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    #14251
    ^ There's also a M/T and A/T version of the radiator.

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    #14252
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    i have heard of these plastic tub to metal tub conversions.
    i have no experience with it.
    same here sir, naririnig ko lang din dati. kasi yung ford ranger xlt namin plastic din ang top ng rad nung nagcrack ito natakot naman kami e paconvert kasi baka madali ring bumigay. kaso itong si mekaniko garantisado naman na mas matibay pa yung converted kasi hindi na nga plastic yung ipapalit. tested na daw manila to laoag nde nagkaroon ng leak. yun nga lang daw parang ang pangit tignan kasi tanso yung looks kaya nag high temp paint daw sya ng itim para mas magandang tignan.

    naka sked ako kay rad expert mayang 2pm, sana ok sana all. hahaha

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    #14253
    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    ^ There's also a M/T and A/T version of the radiator.
    noted sir salamat

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    #14254
    Quote Originally Posted by thearsenal1205 View Post
    baka yung radiator na ipalit diyan yung pang gas na innova vvti
    no idea sir. balitaan ko po kayo mamaya kung ano gagawin nung rad expert

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    #14255
    gawa na po radiator ko and 2 hours ko syang test drive. mag tatanong ulit po ako kasi pure distilled water ang nakalagay ano nilalagay or akmang coolant para sa innova diesel 2005? paano po mixture. iba iba kasi nakikita ko at sinasabi ng iba kaya gusto ko po manggaling mismo sa mga owner ng innova. salamat po.

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    #14256
    Quote Originally Posted by corner View Post
    gawa na po radiator ko and 2 hours ko syang test drive. mag tatanong ulit po ako kasi pure distilled water ang nakalagay ano nilalagay or akmang coolant para sa innova diesel 2005? paano po mixture. iba iba kasi nakikita ko at sinasabi ng iba kaya gusto ko po manggaling mismo sa mga owner ng innova. salamat po.
    they're color-coded, po.
    innova uses the pink coolant.
    pre-mixed or concentrate.
    if you want to be sure, buy from the casa.
    it may be more expensive, but hey! how often do we have to replace our coolants...

    in the olden days, distilled water was fine, because engine blocks then, were iron or steel.
    today, most engine blocks are aluminum alloy. they may need the anti-oxidation properties of modern coolants.

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    #14257
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    they're color-coded, po.
    innova uses the pink coolant.
    pre-mixed or concentrate.
    if you want to be sure, buy from the casa.
    it may be more expensive, but hey! how often do we have to replace our coolants...

    in the olden days, distilled water was fine, because engine blocks then, were iron or steel.
    today, most engine blocks are aluminum alloy. they may need the anti-oxidation properties of modern coolants.
    salamat po. sa casa nalang ako bibili para malaman ko narin paano at gaano.

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    #14258
    Using just distilled water in your cooling system was never ok, iron block or otherwise. But water is water... you could put in brown water in a pinch and it will definitely work to cool the engine.

    However, the lack of the necessary additives (or the presence of unnecessary chemicals and substances) will cause it to eat into vulnerable parts. What you'll end up having in your cooling system is an aquarium of electroplating materials.... or simply, corrosion. Ever seen the water pump impeller go 'bald'?

    Coolant that is designed for your vehicle helps to inhibit those reactions from happening. And quite equally, using the wrong coolant may even be more harmful than good.

    The coolant does three major things:
    1. Cool the engine
    2. Inhibit chemical reactions
    3. Lubricate moving parts (ie. pump, thermostat, valves, etc.)

    By using just distilled water, you've just effectively ignored #2 and #3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    Using just distilled water in your cooling system was never ok, iron block or otherwise. But water is water... you could put in brown water in a pinch and it will definitely work to cool the engine.

    However, the lack of the necessary additives (or the presence of unnecessary chemicals and substances) will cause it to eat into vulnerable parts. What you'll end up having in your cooling system is an aquarium of electroplating materials.... or simply, corrosion. Ever seen the water pump impeller go 'bald'?

    Coolant that is designed for your vehicle helps to inhibit those reactions from happening. And quite equally, using the wrong coolant may even be more harmful than good.

    The coolant does three major things:
    1. Cool the engine
    2. Inhibit chemical reactions
    3. Lubricate moving parts (ie. pump, thermostat, valves, etc.)

    By using just distilled water, you've just effectively ignored #2 and #3.
    & raises the boiling point around the engine's operating temps.
    Those of you who are planning to rebuild your engines(where you can drain em totally dry of old coolant or water) can go the ultimate option....Evans Waterless Lifetime Coolant.
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    Evans Waterless Coolants PH

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    #14260
    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    Using just distilled water in your cooling system was never ok, iron block or otherwise. But water is water... you could put in brown water in a pinch and it will definitely work to cool the engine.

    However, the lack of the necessary additives (or the presence of unnecessary chemicals and substances) will cause it to eat into vulnerable parts. What you'll end up having in your cooling system is an aquarium of electroplating materials.... or simply, corrosion. Ever seen the water pump impeller go 'bald'?

    Coolant that is designed for your vehicle helps to inhibit those reactions from happening. And quite equally, using the wrong coolant may even be more harmful than good.

    The coolant does three major things:
    1. Cool the engine
    2. Inhibit chemical reactions
    3. Lubricate moving parts (ie. pump, thermostat, valves, etc.)

    By using just distilled water, you've just effectively ignored #2 and #3.
    oo nga po. anyway po kaya po distilled water lang muna ang nilagay ko kasi kakaconvert lang nung radiator ko kaya under observation sya that time sayang kasi kung my problem pa pala sa rad at ibaba ulit sayang yung coolant. bukas po makakapunta na ako sa toyota bili ng coolant. or need ko pa e flush si radiator? may pang flush ba ng radiator or diretso ko na si coolant? TIA

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