I thought when I used it years ago it was just distilled water and 1 bottle of water wetter...no antifreeze. It's been awhile though. What did the bottle say?
****** just looked it up on the red line site--they say to use straight with water OR add a little antifreeze for better heat transfer.
Used the whole bottle definantly made a difference can't tell you how much exactly with a factory temp gauge. But its definantly running colder. Which is great cause its heart stopping when you see that gauge moving.... And moving.... And ah crap its gone more than half way! Pull over now! Guess what... Stuck in a drive thru
(In Wisconsin) I use 1 bottle of W.W., then 50/50 w distiled h2o and anti freeze
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Even if you live in San Diego, you should put antifreeze in your coolant. Antifreeze contains rust inhibitors. Running straight water or water with a "water wetter" and no antifreeze isn't a good idea.
Whenever I see a coolant system gunked up with rust and lots of other nasty stuff, I'm convinced somebody ran straight water in it at some point.
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