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I'm an avid user of AMSOIL products and am planning a radiator flush for the first time and was wondering how much coolant to replace after I flush it out? Any thoughts or maybe a tutorial, lol :Thanx:
 

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Look up the total coolant capacity in your owner's manual, add 1/2 of that amount of pure antifreeze. If that doesn't fill it up then alternate between adding water and antifreeze until it is full.

The reason I do mine this way is because there is still water left in the system after everything has been drained and flushed. Mixing that water with a 50-50 antifreeze mix will result in a less than 50% concentration when you're finished.
 

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You should use the correct MOPAR 50/50 mixture. Old-school amsoil didn't design their products specifically for Chrysler vehicles.
 

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You should use the correct MOPAR 50/50 mixture. Old-school amsoil didn't design their products specifically for Chrysler vehicles.


AMSOILS site says its rated for these

Chrysler MS-7170, MS-9769
 

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Very helpful guys. We just bought it sans owners manual. But I downloaded one and got the numbers I need. Thanks again
 
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