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Old 01-01-2017, 07:50 PM   #1
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Cummins Antifreeze/Coolant

Wondering if anyone has use this antifreeze?
Cummins CC36154 FluidPOWER HD Antifreeze/Coolant.
This is what Cummins Coach Care put in my ISX. They said it is compatible with OAT Coolant. The water filter that was installed is a Fleetgaurd, # WF2127

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Nope, have never seen it. When they rebuilt my ISX in 2015 they used CC36077 which is Fleetguard ES Complete OAT. This is also Detroit Diesel Power Cool Plus which I have a couple gallons of for adding.
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I used Complete also. Drained, flushed (3 times) and filled about 2 months ago.
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Wondering if anyone has use this antifreeze?

Cummins CC36154 FluidPOWER HD Antifreeze/Coolant.

This is what Cummins Coach Care put in my ISX. They said it is compatible with OAT Coolant. The water filter that was installed is a Fleetgaurd, # WF2127



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Appears that you have a premium OAT coolant and the appropriate blank filter. Interesting that this Cummins branded coolant is significantly more expensive than the equivalent Fleetguard ES Compleat OAT coolant.
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The 50/50 mix cost $13.17 and the concentrate cost $19.97 a gal. I did call Cummins to ask if it was compatible with Fleetguard ES Compleat OAT and they said it was.

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price wise not bad. global final charge concentrate was $17/g when i bought it a year ago.
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unless topping off I would recommend you get the concentrate to do a full change out. You never know how much water is in your system after you do your final flush. Just add 50% of your total cooling system capacity with the concentrate. Now fill with distilled water. You now have a perfect 50/50 mix.
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unless topping off I would recommend you get the concentrate to do a full change out. You never know how much water is in your system after you do your final flush. Just add 50% of your total cooling system capacity with the concentrate. Now fill with distilled water. You now have a perfect 50/50 mix.
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Not sure if you are talking to me, but if you are I had a complete flush done when they installed the new radiator and CAC.

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Not sure if you are talking to me, but if you are I had a complete flush done when they installed the new radiator and CAC.

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i flushed mine in nov 2015. the price i paid was from then.
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Not sure if you are talking to me, but if you are I had a complete flush done when they installed the new radiator and CAC.

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I am talking to those who have and will have their radiator done weather you do it your self or have some one else do it. The method I described is the only way to get a 50/50 mix because you don't know how much water is trapped in your system.
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Over the 5 year coolant change cycle, I'm betting the source and price difference twixed any and all is not much.
The cost of "now" against the time span is pretty much trivial.
I call it "Git er dun and move on".
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Hi Curt,


Where did you take the picture of the Cummins CC36154 FluidPOWER HD. I can't find it anywhere. I converted over last summer in Alaska, but now have a leaking radiator. Cummins in Ca. give me a blank stare when I ask about it.


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