4492Re: Overheating issues
- Jun 19, 2006Probably RED in color, eh Larry ? Most, if not all new cars ( lincoln town cars ) use the red
stuff, correct ??
So here's the dilema, can I just flush the greenie stuff, and pray ??
--- In bmwe28@..., "Larry R." <dallas_larry@y...> wrote:
> BMW radiator fluid does not contain phosphates.
> The cheap green stuff that most folks buy to use for
> their cars does.
> If a BMW has had cheap fluid in it for a period of
> time, the radiator and heater core may be corroded and
> Non Phosphate fluid must be put in and changed every
> two years to keep that radiator/heater core clean and
> not allow the vanes inside to close down.
> One of the majolr reasons I see so many dead BMW autos
> here in the Dallas, TX yards is from burning up an
> engine from overheating.
> GM formula is now phosphate free also for this same
> reason. GM ended up paying way too much for colling
> system repairs so they now require owners to use GM
> Dextron fuild only.
> Dallas, TX where is is HOT.
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