anti freeze

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Asked by Dec 24, 2008 at 08:58 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

what type of anti freeze is recomended for 2004 tb

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Im sure a simple 5050 mix found at any canadian tire or walmart will be fine... prestone... in the yellow jug ... you gotta get the good stuff hahahahahahaha....

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the product thats in the rad right now is orange,pink in colour. Prestone is green in colour, would adding prestone to the mix create a problem?

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GM Dex-cool red in color

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Dekcool is orange in color and Prestone does make a coolant that is compatiable with all typs of antifreezes but best to stay with what u have already

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It will tell you in your owner's manual, which should be in the glovebox, or wherever you put all the papers that came with it.

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YES!!!! The two types are NOT COMPATABLE. The reddish color is DEX-COOL extended life anti freeze. It is generally changed about every 5 years or so. CHECK YOUR OWNERS MANUAL for intervals. In a 2004 vehicle though, you should be getting close to change time.

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