Can I Mix Red and Green Antifreeze?

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You should not mix red and green antifreeze because they two colors are usually a sign that they are made of different chemicals. One type is made of Ethylene Glycol and the other is made of Propylene Glycol. The mixture of the two can cause serious problems in a car.
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