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Type of Antifreeze for Audi Q7. How Much Do You Need

Engine Engine code Year Which How much
3.0 CJGD 2013 Blue
2012 Blue
CLZB 2013 Blue
2012 Blue
CRCA 2013 Blue
2012 Blue
CASA 2011 Blue
2010 Blue
2009 Blue
CCMA 2011 Blue
2010 Blue
2009 Blue
CJGA 2011 Blue
2010 Blue
2009 Blue
CNRB 2011 Blue
2010 Blue
2009 Blue
BUG 2008 Blue
2007 Blue
2006 Blue
3.6 BHK 2010 Blue 0-0 liters
2009 Blue 0-0 liters
2008 Blue 0-0 liters
2007 Blue 0-0 liters
4.1 CCFA 2013 Blue
2012 Blue
2011 Blue
2010 Blue
2009 Blue 0-0 liters
2008 Blue 0-0 liters
2007 Blue 0-0 liters
CCFC 2013 Blue
2012 Blue
2011 Blue
2010 Blue
2009 Blue 0-0 liters
2008 Blue 0-0 liters
2007 Blue 0-0 liters
4.2 CCFC 2013 Blue
2012 Blue
2011 Blue
CCFA 2013 Blue
2012 Blue
2011 Blue
BAR 2010 Blue
2009 Blue 0-0 liters
2008 Blue 0-0 liters
2007 Blue 0-0 liters
2006 Blue
5.9 CCGA 2013 Blue 0-0 liters
2012 Blue 0-0 liters
2011 Blue 0-0 liters
2010 Blue 0-0 liters
2009 Blue 0-0 liters

For filling up the system you will use 0-0 liters of special Blue coolant type. In other way 2012 Q7 won’t be used quite long and efficiently. You may use code of motor CCFA and volume figure of 4.2 or just tell the 2011 year of production to buy liquid. For Audi Q7 it’s important to have optimal antifreeze inside. Make sure you service system at Audi with installed 3.0 engine correctly.

  • It’s original type of liquid for CCFC motors with volume of 4.1.

  • One more thing to remember is to use 0-0 liters of fluid for 2013 Q7.

  • It’s interesting that Blue type of antifreeze may help to avoid rusting in Audi Q7 cooling system.

So, don’t choose different from Blue coolant and obey the number of 0-0 liters. A lot of BHK motors are used long in Audi cars but only with good service. Providing you keep the rules 3.0 motor installed in Q7 of 2012 year will be long lasting. Look at Audi’s requirements and make your 2010 Q7 serve longer and with no problem.

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