What kind of coolant does a Mercedes c240 take?

What kind of coolant does a Mercedes c240 take?

Prestone Antifreeze/Coolant European Vehicles Teal 50/50 PREMIXED *5 Year/150K Mile Protection* 1 Gallon.

What type of coolant does Mercedes use?

Your BMW, Porsche, Mercedes Benz, Audi or Volkswagen uses an HOAT coolant. HOAT coolants are derived from OAT coolants with the addition of silicate to protect aluminum surfaces.

What color coolant does a Mercedes take?

Mercedes Benz Engine Coolant/Antifreeze (1 Gallon) (Blue Color)

How do I add coolant to my 2003 Mercedes c240?

How to Add Coolant: Mercedes-Benz C230 (2001-2007) Kompressor 1.8L 4 Cyl. Supercharged Coupe (2 Door)

  1. Find Reservoir – Locate the coolant reservoir and clean it.
  2. Check Level – Determine the coolant level.
  3. Add Coolant – Determine coolant type and add fluid properly.
  4. Replace Cap – Secure the coolant reservoir cap.

Can I put regular coolant in Mercedes?

Can I Use Universal or Generic Coolant? No, generic universal coolant antifreeze should never be used in a Mercedes-Benz engine. Coolants that do not specifically state the correlating Mercedes-Benz coolant quality specification (Example: MB 325.0) for your engine should never be used.

Can I just top up my coolant?

To top up your engine’s coolant, you can simply open the reservoir cap (be careful the engine is not too hot and use a cloth wrapped around the cap to open it, as there could be some residual pressure left in the system) and add to the fluid level – what you use to do this is very important though.

Whats the difference between blue and pink antifreeze?

no dont mix them, pink is longer life (5 years) blue is normal (2 years) for some reason mixing the two counters the effects of the pink meaning you will still only have 2 year life. best is just to do a full coolant drop as 5 liters of pink premix is only about 12quid.

What happens when coolant is low?

When coolant is low, your engine will start to heat up. The feature will automatically shut off the engine to prevent damaging the engine. Once your engine cools down, you will be able to drive your car again.