Re: Forgot how old my antifreeze is
I had about four new gallons of Texaco antifreeze that was over fifteen
years old, maybe close to twenty, and I asked the same question. I
received mixed responses and decided not to use it just in case.
My neighbor snatched it up when I told him I was going to take it to our
neighborhood recycling center. He has been using it in his vehicles
without trouble ever since. I don't go through that much coolant and
don't regret not using it in my vehicle.
> i have heard that antifreeze that has never been used (still in container)
> will always be OK, regardless of how old it is.
> is this true??
> "Big Shoe" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> If it has been so long you don't remember, you should probably drain,
> flush and fill with new coolant. Corrosion inhibitors do wear out and
> it's not worth taking a chance.
> On Wed, 14 Sep 2005 17:55:54 GMT, Spud Unger <email@example.com>
>>are these testers you buy at the auto parts store accurate in testing
>>your AF? the one i have just tests freeze point.