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    04 Wrx was wondering if mix and match would hurt at all just wanna add some for my drive to ocmd is there any recommendations
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    If you need to add coolant there is a leak. Fix it.

    There are coolants formulated as "univeral top-up" products suited for what you want. So, you can either use Subaru coolant, something that says specifically "suited for topping up absolutely anything" or if the quantity is low, just use distilled water.
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    It just look a little low in my coolant tank but i just wanted to add a little for the long ride to ocean city this weekend but I go to a&a or somewhere to find some thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    If you need to add coolant there is a leak. Fix it.

    There are coolants formulated as "univeral top-up" products suited for what you want. So, you can either use Subaru coolant, something that says specifically "suited for topping up absolutely anything" or if the quantity is low, just use distilled water.
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    Then just use distilled water; any difference in coolant concentration will not be significant since you are likely adding less than a few hundred ml. It's available at grocers and it's cheap; just make sure it's distilled.
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    thnaks alot

    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    Then just use distilled water; any difference in coolant concentration will not be significant since you are likely adding less than a few hundred ml. It's available at grocers and it's cheap; just make sure it's distilled.
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