Antifreeze type and color complications

I have been reading today about the incompatability of antifreeze types. To make it short what brand and type would be good for 1. { 93 Park ave.,} 2.{95 Ford taurus}? Thanks, Macy

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If it's green then it's standard ethanol glycol antifreeze. Most likely that's what's in both. In the event that it's a red color it's Dex-Cool and you should only use that. Just don't mix the two and your OK. Brands don't really matter.
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