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Old 28-05-14, 10:25 AM   #1
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Looking at antifreeze for my 2010 107 1.0ltr
seen some but not 100% sure its correct. Can anyone tell me if this spec is ok for our cars.


Suitable for all engine types conforming to British Standards BS6580 (2010) and VW G-12/TL-774D & VW G-12+/TL-774F, MAN 248 & MAN 324, MB 325.3, Renault 41-01-002
It can be left in the system as a coolant and rust inhibitor for up to a maximum of 5 years in accordance with vehicle manufacturers requirements.

TRIPLE QX Red Ready Mixed Antifreeze - 5ltr Ready Mix Ethylene glycol based Antifreeze, incorporating the latest in Organic Acid Technology (OAT) with winter protection upto -36 C upon dilution Suitable for all engine types conforming to British Standards BS6580 (2010) and VW G-12/TL-774D & VW G-12+/TL-774F, MAN 248 & MAN 324, MB 325.3, Renault 41-01-002 . It can be left in the system as a coolant and rust inhibitor for up to a maximum of 5 years in accordance with vehicle manufacturers requirements.
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Old 28-05-14, 11:21 AM   #2
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Your service handbook should tell you. I think the usual advice is not to mix colours.
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According to Peugeot they say its special antifreeze for the 107 as its got
a Ally head.
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chopper might know, hes had a 107.



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The reason two different Antfreeze should not be mixed is that it can cause a reaction turning your coolant Into a jelly like substance If you change to that Additive from what I recall as being a pink/orange colour Do a full system flush first As it is OAT (Organic Acid Technology) Based Its a product that most of the Alloy headed MG drivers changed to some time ago due to its 5 year life in use
But I am not saying that its ok in your car ,
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Old 28-05-14, 08:01 PM   #6
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You need the red/Orange silicone free organo phosphate coolant in a 107. Replace it every 4 years, and flush the cooling system out thoroughly when doing so.
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You need the red/Orange silicone free organo phosphate coolant in a 107. Replace it every 4 years, and flush the cooling system out thoroughly when doing so.
Nice one so is the spec above ok as i asked Euro parts and they say its the right one for the 107
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