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  1. I 2nd the post earlier today on Nano Pro MT Products and Highly Recommend ! Their entire line is the Internet's Best Kept Automotive Secret. They used to be in Auto Zone however, now their products are available exclusively through their EBAY Store ( https://www.ebay.com/usr/nanopromt)! I purchased their Scheduled Maintenance 2-Pack of Coolant Additive (Nano Cool) and Oil Stabilizer for $34.98 and it was the best $35 bucks I ever spent! (https://www.ebay.com/itm/100-Authentic-Nano-Pro-MT-Oil-Stabilizer-Nano-Cool-Combo-Pack-Brand-New-2020/164031942138?hash=item263110cdfa:g:hRMAAOSwc7teHlYP) I've got to tell you, I'm thrilled about this Nano Pro MT Oil Additive. The very 1st thing I noticed was my truck had a ticking noise when it was accelerating or idling. That noise is gone! I ran it about 15 miles to work it through and I don't hear any trace of that noise anymore. Color me impressed! I have tried a few times to find anything that does what it claims to. You cant imagine how important my truck is to me. It's the thing that gets me from job to job. I swear it's the smoothest my vehicle has been in a very long time. FORD F-150 (153,738 Miles). Below is my current mileage and the Nano products I used! Do yourself a favor especially if you have a High Mileage vehicle and pick up a few bottles of this stuff! You won't be sorry!
  2. I have been having overheating issues with my 2005 HEMI Jeep Grand Cherokee (113K Miles) for as long as I can remember. The dealer told me time and time again that these SUV's just run hot. I replaced the Radiator and Thermostat and noticed very little improvement. I tried every Antifreeze/Coolant out there with little success! A friend of mine recommended a Coolant Additive from a Company called Nano Pro MT called NANO COOL. It cost $17.99 via their eBay Store ( https://www.ebay.com/itm/100-Authentic-Nano-Pro-MT-NANO-Cool-Antifreeze-Coolant-Additive-Brand-New-2020/164024870872?hash=item2630a4e7d8:g:NmgAAOSw3~ZeHKBV) and came in a 16oz Bottle! I flushed the Radiator put new Coolant in along with The Nano Cool Additive. The following day I put about 25 miles on the Jeep in heavy Rush Hour Traffic and was amazed with the result. My temperature gauge averaged 9-10 degrees cooler and the Temp gauge never got close to the "Danger Zone" . I am going on 2 weeks and 300+ miles on the same bottle on Nano Cool mixed with my regular Coolant and the engine temp is the same as the day I added the Nano Cool! I was very skeptical in the beginning however, now I swear by this stuff and purchased a Full Case and a few of their other products from their eBay Store ( https://www.ebay.com/usr/nanopromt). They also have excellent customer service and answered all of my questions promptly. I thought I would share this Hidden Gem in case anyone else out there is having overheating issues with their vehicle! I have attached pictures I pulled from their website! The company looks to be pretty serious on the Racing Scene and connected to Roush Performance! Happy New Year, Cheers, Chris
  3. I won a 2002 pt cruiser a year ago in a school raffle. Me and my family have never owned any cars before, so we have absolutely no car knowledge. I only started driving it recently and noticed that the coolant tank was dirty with dark brown, mud-like stuff. A friend helped me take out the coolant tank and rinse it, but we did not do a full radiator flush. The car had a red coolant originally, but I do not know if it was the HOAT recommended by Chrysler. I bought a Phosphated HOAT coolant, but it is blue. We added it to the car, again, without doing a flush first. Will the car be okay? Does color matter as long as they are both HOAT? Is Phosphated HOAT coolant different from non-phosphated?
  4. I have a 99 Grand Am SE with 186K miles on it. It has had its share of problems within the past 6 months. To call it an oil "leak" would be an understatement. The oil is literally dropping right out of the bottom. I have to carry a quart of oil in my car and top it off a bit to get the "low oil" light to come off. The car will drive about 20 miles before the "low oil" light comes on again. I have to refill the oil every time i park and restart the car. A little history: For the 6 years or so, I'm pretty sure I had a head gasket or lower intake valve leak. These engines are known for this. But I was able to easily manage this. This would cause the coolant to slowly leak, and every month I would top off the reservoir. The oil would leak/burn too, but not much - I'd use just a quart in between oil changes. Then within the past couple years, it became progressively worse. The coolant began to leak faster, perhaps weekly, and the car would tend to overheat in the summer - so I had to run the heat in the summer to keep the thermostat level. In the winter, with the heat already running, the engine runs too cool and thermostat never reaches 200 degrees. At one point this winter, my oil was so thick and yellow sludge from not warming up enough. I am probably going to buy a new car at this point, I think it's done. Just wondering what the problem is or if I could plug up the hole somehow at home.
  5. Can the fact that the coolant is low make the coolant warning symbol appear on my dash? is that the cause of it all? It would really help me out if someone could tell me thats why my warning light is coming on or not because if not I have to take it to a shop to get everything figured out. IF so I just need to visit a Volkswagen dealer to get the G12 coolant I need. I may need to get my tubbing checked because I think there maybe a leak somewhere in the system if the coolant has dropped as much as it has, it really didn't look so low the other day according to my mechanic.
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