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Coolant/Antifreeze for 2005 Mini Cooper

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Pentosin Coolant/Antifreeze

Pentosin Coolant/Antifreeze, Direct Fit, Sold Individually, Same Day - 1 Business Day
Pentosin Coolant/Antifreeze Pentosin Coolant/Antifreeze
$12.95 List Price $18.98 Save $6.03 Availability: In Stock
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"Although I am not a chemicals genius topping a toyota with pink antifreeze with this blue stuff is not the factory reccomendation. Blue/green antifreeze is VW part no G11 used in Audi/VW cooling systems prior to 1996. Purple is VW part G12 pink/violet is g12++. Neither of the twain should meet look at pink stuff to top your Toyota. This all of course could be mechanics superstition. Antifreeze is to prevent corosion and to raise the boiling point lower the freezing point. If a part fails it was probably gonna fail anyway." posted by: MaynardGK on January 3, 2013 view all 2 reviews

"So every two years I drain my rad and resovoir and refill with a gallon of Toyota's Ultra Long Life Pink Stuff. I used to do it every year. The idea being to stay ahead of oxidation and corrosion so I do not ever need to flush it! $18 for a gallon is not bad. This year more coolant drained out then in the past so a gallon was not enough! I did not want to drive 60 miles one way to get another gallon. So while I was at my Local CarCraft Parts store I say this product. I looked at the label and the chemicals are identical for the first 3 of 4 ingredients. THe last ingredient on the Toyota product is Potassium Hydroxide and the Pentosin use's Sodium Hydroxide but both are functionally the same in the engines coolant system and will work in like fashion. The only thing to keep in mind is that the Pentosin is blue not pink!" posted by: Britannica John on April 16, 2010 view all 2 reviews