Protects Against Boilover to 265°F and Freezing to -26°F
Reduces Engine Wear
Seals Pinhole Leaks
Formulated for All Types of Radiators
For 1987-2020 Jeep Wrangler Models
One Gallon Bottle - Sold Individually
Run Cooler. Mishimoto Liquid Chill™ Synthetic Engine Coolant will protect your Wrangler's engine against boilover up to 265°F and from freezing down to -26°F. It will help your engine warm up quicker and maintain lower operating temperatures to optimize engine performance for a longer engine life.
Additional Benefits. Mishimoto Liquid Chill™ Synthetic Engine Coolant not only lowers the operating temperature of your Jeep's engine, but it also helps reduce engine wear, inhibit corrosion, seal pinhole leaks in your radiator as well as provide year-round protection.
Proprietary Formula. Formulated for use in all radiator types Liquid Chill™ Synthetic Engine Coolant is a combination of an inherently nontoxic propylene glycol base with unique poly organic additives (POAT) that should be premixed with deionized water before use. Mishimoto does not recommend exceeding a 70% coolant / water ratio. Safe for all water-cooled engines.
Application. Mishimoto Full Strength Liquid Chill™ Synthetic Engine Coolant is safe for use in all 1987-2020 Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK and JL models. Sold individually in one gallon bottles.
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