Hey all, For the time-being I'm daily driving a 1998 Grand Am GT with the 3100 engine and I recently had the low coolant light pop on. The reservoir was definitely low so I re-filled with the appropriate Dex-Cool coolant. Thing is, the car is barely over 60k, so I didn't expect to intake gaskets to be on their way out yet, but I guess that's certainly possible. I have two different oils in my stash and I want some short term protection against the coolant leak until I can get a couple more paychecks in the bank and get the intake gaskets done. The engine bay is still spotless and I don't see any pooling of coolant anywhere around the lower intake, but I guess that doesn't mean it isn't making its way down into the crankcase. I've got some GC 0w-30 and YB 5w-30 in the stash. Is the GC going to be any more effective at saving my bottom end if there really is a coolant leak? I'd hate to use it for a 500-1,000 mile interval if isn't going to offer any better protection, but it'd be a small price to pay for not suffering a spun bearing. Thanks all.