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Your Driver's Ed: Maintaining antifreeze levels
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There are two types of antifreeze, also known as engine coolant.
The first is green and it’s called ethylene glycol. The second is red and it’s called propylene glycol.
It’s important to know which type your car uses and stick with it. Before adding antifreeze, you want to mix it 50-50 with distilled water.
YNN’s Ed Keiner shares why it’s important to maintain your antifreeze levels, even during our hot Texas summers, in this edition of “Your Driver’s Ed.”