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Old 12-07-2012, 12:40 PM
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Final Charge Converter..

has anyone used the converter without flushing? this has me intrigued:

At the center of the FINAL CHARGE Global Extended Life Coolant Fleet Conversion Program is FINAL CHARGE Converter. FINAL CHARGE Converter is formulated with a special blend of FINAL CHARGE coolant's patented technology with Contamination Tolerant Additives (CTAs). FINAL CHARGE Converter is specifically formulated to convert conventional and fully formulated coolants to FINAL CHARGE coolant technology.

Prior to conversion, the coolant freeze point should be tested. The cooling system should be maintained between -23f and -65f, or a 45% to 60% coolant and 55% to 40% water mix. If the coolant freeze point is not within this range, it should be corrected at the time of conversion.

Based on cooling system size, add the required amount fo FINAL CHARGE Coolant to correct the freeze point and FINAL CHARGE converter to the cooling system.
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