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Would it be ok to Mix green coolant with blue? I know it is not a good idea to mix with Red.. but will green and blue be ok?

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Coolant is orriginal colourless, they add a colour so you can see better when the level is low.

You can mix all colours you want.

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yeah but each color has different chemicals for the type of weather ... Red can stand lower tempratures than blue.. Red is mainly used in Japan... mix green with red and it can corrode your coolant system... but i needed to know if green was ok with Blue.. even though they have different chemicals.

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To the best of my knowledge the colour does not say anythink about weather types.

Ask your dealer to be sure though.

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different manufacturers use different kinds of coolant,some have different chemicals in to protect the engines internals,e.g VW use there own

the colour is relevent to manufacture and whether it is a natural coolant......BLUE,

man made coolant.......any other colour,red,,orange(ford),

so there are differences,also the colour is to aid leak spotting

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