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Old 01-15-2005, 05:12 PM   #11
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here is a link to the one i use

http://www.misco.com/products/7064VP%2B.html
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ok, i've never seen one like that before
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Old 01-15-2005, 06:46 PM   #13
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Ya I used the green stuff, and when I replaced the rad this last summer, all I used for coolant was pre mixed stuff.....Last time I buy that **** I think.
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Supposed to be -20 tonight. Brrr! Monday should bring temps in the positive digits hopefully.
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Old 01-20-2005, 11:33 PM   #15
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Don't mean to bring up an old topic or nothing but MY BONNE FROZE SOLID TOO!!!!!!!
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Sounds like it'* time for aa engine block heater.......or at least plug yours in
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has anyone ever had their wind shield washer solvent freeze?
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yeah it is cold. it was so cold i almost had to turn on the heater in my car the other day. hehe
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wow ur coolent froze!!! is urs the green stuff? if so at work i make all our pre mixed 50/50 antifreeze to -34 deg and since we dont have that kinda cold here it work but u guys need custom mix i think i made some for a custom order and it tested at -67 deg.
Did you use some kinda other antifreeze b/c you will get the lowest freezing point with a 50/50 mix
actually with the green antifreeze u can go to the coldest temp at about 75% antifreeze and 25% water


ive had a hard time with the cold... my seat frooze so i couldnt move it. it really sucked, and i had to drive for a while b4 it would come back to normal
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has anyone ever had their wind shield washer solvent freeze?
yes, and it majorly sux when you are driving in a lot of slush and need to clean your windows. I hate that!!
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