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I put a heater in the back and had to add antifreeze.
It's called "Celsius" Extended Life Antifreeze/Coolant.

This stuff is clear and is compatible with ANY colour antifreeze/coolant.
Suitable for use in any car or truck with alluminum and other metals.

No colour is not safe for spills as it looks like water!
 

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I put a heater in the back and had to add antifreeze.
It's called "Celsius" Extended Life Antifreeze/Coolant.

This stuff is clear and is compatible with ANY colour antifreeze/coolant.
Suitable for use in any car or truck with alluminum and other metals.

No colour is not safe for spills as it looks like water!
So basically we can use a universal type of coolant?
 

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Well after further research I found out Chrysler started using OAT (Organic Acid Technology) antifreeze in 2013 and it must meet Chrysler Material Standard MS-12106. So far it seems to be only available at the dealer.
 

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Disregard my posts, Looks like I made a mistake. Have to get it flushed out now.
Thanks for the info.
 

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An OAT not Mopar can be bought at Autozone. Check before buying Mopar at Autozone because it's usually not the part number or an OAT antifreeze. Regular Mopar says 5 year OAT says 10 year
 

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Yep, better safe than sorry. I needed some more anti-freeze to fill the additional coolant loop supplying our IsoTemp hot-water heater. Given those very specific specs in the owners manual and potential warranty concerns, I ended up buying Mopar 10-yr OAT from the dealer.
 
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