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Celica_Zheng Nov 8, 2:02am - #320195 
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Toyota Coolant

Ok i just bought the Toyota long life coolant and i wanted to know how do i used them. do i just plour it in or do i mix with water?
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Celica_Zheng Nov 8, 2:11am - #320197 
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i did but still don't get it, so help me out if you know how to used them
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VSGTS14 Nov 8, 2:19am - #320198 

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nope, don't know..
i figured instructions would tell you

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DiabloGTS Nov 8, 2:30am - #320199 

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mix it 50/50 with distilled water wave

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Celica_Zheng Nov 8, 3:13am - #320200 
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What do you mean distilled water? sink water? so mix half coolant and half water.
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DiabloGTS Nov 8, 3:16am - #320201 

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Distilled water has had many of it's impurities removed.

If you don't know what distilled water is, I would recommend against you doing anything with the Celica's pressurized coolant system.

However, buy some distilled water from CVS/Walgreens, mix it 1oz to 1oz with the coolant (50/50)

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Virgilson Nov 8, 8:26pm - #320202 

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i think there is a install thread on this. look in the installs forum.
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sxyimports125 Nov 8, 9:09pm - #320203 

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Whatever the amount of coolant you put in, you have to mix it 50/50 with distilled water and or sink water, doesn't really matter (distilled is recommended). But the important thing is to mix it 50/50.
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GOLDCELICA Nov 9, 5:05am - #320204 

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Originally Posted by Celica_Zheng
Ok i just bought the Toyota long life coolant and i wanted to know how do i used them. do i just plour it in or do i mix with water?


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Toyotapartsdude Nov 10, 2:29am - #320205 
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depends on what part # coolant you purchased bro
did they sell you the
00272-SLLC2?
or the
00272 1LLAC 01?
the 1LLAC 01 needs to be 50/50 mixed
the SLLC2 is already premixed toyota coolant
hope that helps
the # is on the corner of the label on the back
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