Yeah. I'm kinda starting to think that while there may not be a problem
mixing fresh green and fresh Dex, perhaps adding one or the other to an
established cooling system that has suffered the routine contaminate
buildup and additive depletion is where we get in trouble. (Like there's
no problem until electrolysis set in?) I am not a chemist, so I'm just
speculating, of course.
On Tue, 13 Jan 2004 20:31:17 -0700, Phillip Schmid wrote:
remove 'spamsucks' from mail addy for replies.
I fart in Darl McBride's general direction.
Mixing Dexcool and regular antifreeze is not recommended by GM or the
people that manufacture Dexcool. Dexcool has a bad reaction to any
contaminant and that list includes air, dirt and green antifreeze. Many
of the problems with Dexcool have been traced to faulty radiator caps
and incomplete "burping" of the sytem at the factory to remore trapped
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