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Type of Antifreeze for Ford Ranger. How Much Do You Need

Engine Engine code Year Which How much
2.2 GBVAJQJ 2013 Red 11.5 liters
2012 Red 11.5 liters
2011 Red 11.5 liters
2.5 WLAA 2011 Red 9.4 liters
2010 Red 9.4 liters
2009 Red 9.4 liters
2008 Red 9.4 liters
2007 Red 9.4 liters
WL-T 2006 Red 9.4 liters
2005 Red 9.4 liters
2004 Red 9.4 liters
2003 Red 9.4 liters
2002 Red 9.4 liters
2001 Red 9.4 liters
2000 Red 9.4 liters
WL 1999 Red 9.4 liters
3.0 WEAT 2011 Red 9.4 liters
2010 Red 9.4 liters
2009 Red 9.4 liters
2008 Red 9.4 liters
2007 Red 9.4 liters
3.2 SAFA 2013 Red 12.9 liters
2012 Red 12.9 liters
2011 Red 12.9 liters

For sufficient use of Ford Ranger you need to use suitable antifreeze. There is no chance 2012 Ranger engine will work efficiently with bad cooling. It’s important to provide cooling for Ford’s engine with 3.2 liters volume. It’s important to use 9.4 liters of coolant which has Red color. In 2010 the company produced vehicles with 3.0 engine having code of WEAT.

  • In Red type of liquid was a lot of toxic fluid, but now you still use it in motors with WL-T engines.

  • So, it’s a dye stuff, and the one important thing for 2.5 motors is to keep the amount of liquid at 9.4 liters.

  • The composition of antifreeze for 2009 Ford Ranger was earlier told by color.

Use your 3.2 engine longer in 2012 Ranger by keeping these rules. Look at Ford’s requirements and make your 2011 Ranger serve longer and with no problem. There is an important thing for WL-T engines of Ford’s production – they expect good service. If you choose other than Red coolant or use less than 9.4 liters, you can’t expect normal work.

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