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Old 10-25-2020, 09:58 AM   #1
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Aquahot Propylene Glycol color?

Our coach heater is not working this morning and the Propylene Glycol tank is empty. I can't see any fluid to determine the color.

Does anyone know what if a 2011 Winnebago Tour would have green or red Propylene Glycol?

We are in Kelowna BC, Canada. Our local RV dealer has pink in stock.
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It turns out the color is pink.
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My 2015 had green yellow when I got it but it was dark and nasty. While changing my pumps I flushed the system several times and now I use the Camco Pink in mine. I think mostly they are the same, pretty much just a different color from what I could tell.
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