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Nissan Blue Antifreeze Equivalent

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There are a variety of coolants on the market, including inorganic, organic, and hybrid varieties. The color of the coolant may also be misleading. It’s doubly surprising to look up your Nissan owner’s handbook for the precise sort of coolant required and when you should have your cooling system flushed.

Hybrid Organic Acid Technology (HOAT) coolants are orange and yellow, as opposed to the usual Organic Acid Technology (OAT) coolants, which are generally orange, yellow, red, or purple. Inorganic Acid Technology (IAT) coolants are often green, with some manufacturers offering them in blue.

 
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The blue antifreeze (Nissan long life coolant 999MP-L25500P) is supposed to extend the service interval of the engine by four years and 60,000 miles, while the green coolant should be replaced every 2-3 years.

The green Nissan coolant is backward-compatible with the blue coolant and may be used to top off cooling systems that were initially filled with the blue coolant.

A mix ratio of 50% Nissan antifreeze and 50% demineralized or distilled water is recommended.

Are All Blue Coolants The Same?

No, all blue coolants are not the same. The different colors can be deceiving, and knowing which type of coolant is in your car is important. IAT, OAT, and HOAT coolants all have different service intervals. It is important to check your owner’s manual or ask your mechanic which type of coolant is in your car.

How Often Should You Change Coolant In A Nissan?

The Blue Nissan Antifreeze is an inorganic coolant used for years in various Nissan models. It’s important to know the difference between types of coolants, as some are not compatible with each other and can cause damage to your car’s engine. The Blue Nissan Antifreeze should be changed every four years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. You can check your owner’s manual for specific maintenance schedules.

If you’re unsure about what coolant is in your car, it’s best to take it to a mechanic and have them check it for you. Mixing different types of coolant can cause corrosion and deposits on engine parts, leading to expensive repairs down the road. It’s always better to be safe than sorry about your car!

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