[mkiv] Toyota Red Coolant Life
jza80_gte at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 30 19:54:10 CST 2005
I stand corrected.
--- Jack& Kathryn Riott <jriotk at netway.net> wrote:
> Toyota Red is silicate free & borate free. The
> absence of these compounds
> reduces the risk of corrosion, especially when in
> contact with aluminum,
> Happy New Year to everyone.
> Jack 97TT
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> > From: Marlon S <jza80_gte at yahoo.com>
> > Subject: Re: [mkiv] Toyota Red Coolant life
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> > The Toyota red coolant contains organic and
> > salts, so
> > it's silicate based. A quick google search for
> > coolant
> > shelf life" shows a max shelf life of 18 months.
> > Silicate free
> > coolants have up to 8 years shelf life.
> > --- workmanw at bellsouth.net wrote:
> > > A few years ago I got a number of brand new,
> > > unopened jugs of Toyota red coolant from a
> > > I still have one or two left but I wasn't sure
> if it
> > > has "broken down" over the years or if it is
> > > o.k. to use. It has not necessarily been kept
> in a
> > > climate controlled place (outdoor storage shed).
> > > Any light someone could shed on this would be
> > >
> > >
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