How Does Antifreeze Differ From Engine Coolant?
Engine coolant is a generic term used to describe fluids that remove heat from an engine and prevent it from freezing in the winter. There are also antifreeze products intended only to provide freeze protection for RVs, boats, and idle equipment. These are not suitable for use in engines or heat transfer systems.

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