How Much Antifreeze Should Be Mixed with Water?

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Concentrated antifreeze in a cooling system should never be used without adding water. At least 40% of the mixture should be water. If antifreeze is mixed with distilled water at the ratio of one part antifreeze to one part water, the freeze protection will be down to –34°F and boil- up to 265°F that is if using 15 PSI pressure cap.
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