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Porsche antifreeze


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I need to top off my 2000 Boxster with antifreeze and the manual says not to mix other manufacturer's antifreeze with Porsche brand. Any need to heed that warning, or are they all pretty much the same? I know it's a lifetime quality anti-freeze, but I don't really want to pay the dealer price. Is there anywhere else to buy Porsche brand if that is the only one that I should be using? Thx.

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I need to top off my 2000 Boxster with antifreeze and the manual says not to mix other manufacturer's antifreeze with Porsche brand. Any need to heed that warning, or are they all pretty much the same? I know it's a lifetime quality anti-freeze, but I don't really want to pay the dealer price. Is there anywhere else to buy  Porsche brand if that is the only one that I should be using? Thx.

It only cost just a few bucks for the Porsche anti-freeze that comes in a pint bottle. It's concentrated and you can mix as much as you need with distilled water to top off. It's better than having a big anti-freeze bottle taking up garage space. :clapping:

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