color in antifreeze
Color Is Good
a: Color in antifreeze ~
b: food coloring
What: "The color in antifreeze is like food coloring. It's added by the manufacturer as an identifier. Prestone has always used fluorescent yellow, Texaco and Shell have always used green. So it gives you a hint as to the identity of the coolant's manufacturer, but it doesn't tell you what type of coolant it is, and that's the more important question."
Writer: Ray M.
Date: Oct 1 2013 11:33 AM
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