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    Default Liqui Moly Engine Flush and Protectants for Honda Civic Hybrid

    Recently I got Liqui Moly products for my Honda Civic Hybrid which is now 140K driven. When I was changing the Liqui Moly mobile oil, the Honda dealership told me not to use the Liqui Moly Engine Flush and Motor sport (engine protectant). They said these products are for very old cars. What do u guy's suggest?

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    I also used Liqui Moly product, result is best as compare to others products... But bro remember Honda is not making engine oil, means they set an agreement with other company like 1 year before when i went to Honda company to change the engine oil i saw caltex sealed tag on bottle. which means they use caltex products...........

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    they are correct, you do not need to use any flushing product or conditioner if your engine does not require any such repair. Infact keep in mind that while a Honda civic is considered luxury and super duper limousine level coach in Pakistan it still is a cheaply built econo car around the world. It was never specced for any expensive engine oils either.

    Use oils with the best cost/run benefit. Anything more is a waste of money.
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    Xulfiqar Bhai! Thanks for the comment. Need a guidance regarding one more thing. Today I changed the coolant. There wasn't any Genuine Honda Coolant available so I've to change Toyota Genuine Coolant. What do u suggest is it ok to use Toyota Coolant because its original coolant was blue in color while Toyota one is reddish pink in color.

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    Offtopic...
    I'd like to ask what fuel average are you getting from your Civic hybrid nowadays? Just wanna compare the figures with mine.
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    I have using Guard coolant red color for last two years and it is excellent. Use two one liter bottles in your car radiator and top up the radiator with distilled water. Guard coolant is available in both red and green color. I think there is no difference between both color coolants expect personal preference. Change radiator coolant once every two years for prolonging the life of car cooling system.

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    I don't think there is a need to flush the engine with expensive additives. Just put 5W/30 or 0W/20 in your car and change it after 3000 KM and it will flush and clean your car engine very well. These thin oils are completely safe for new as well as old engines and cleans the engine thoroughly from inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khjodat View Post
    I have using Guard coolant red color for last two years and it is excellent. Use two one liter bottles in your car radiator and top up the radiator with distilled water. Guard coolant is available in both red and green color. I think there is no difference between both color coolants expect personal preference. Change radiator coolant once every two years for prolonging the life of car cooling system.
    Price? Will it be fine for Corolla? Red or Green ?
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    Rs 200 for one liter bottle of Guard coolant. Yes Guard coolant is completely safe and fit for Toyota coralla car...

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    Quote Originally Posted by khjodat View Post
    Rs 200 for one liter bottle of Guard coolant. Yes Guard coolant is completely safe and fit for Toyota coralla car...
    Thank you so much Sir, what should be color? Red one or green? I will pour 3L coolant and will mix it with air condition water. Fine?
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    I dont know the chemical make up of the guard coolant, but you can always call them up and ask. However I do know that the toyota red coolant and honda blue and nissan dark green are exact same products with different dyes.

    The new toyota pink (super long life) is not the same as the red and is not recommended for old cars with metal tank radiators or heater cores.
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    Akram Bhai! I mostly drive on motorway, recently I'm getting a little low mileage around 16 to 17km/ltr. That's because I'm using 17" rims. Secondly performance of IMA battery is also getting on lower side from last few months.

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    Im using caltex coolant and its amazing..bit expensive but worth it:-)
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    I tried to find caltex coolant in Islamabad /pindi but unfortunately could not find it. So I used liqui moly G11 blue color coolant with deionized battery water in my Honda city2010.
    Can any body tell me is it safe for Honda city engine? Because guy at workshop was ignorant and told me there is no difference in liqui moly G11 (blue) and G12(red) coolant . He told me bus rang ka frq hay 😬

    Any one has experience with fuchs coolant or engine oil ?

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