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Type of Antifreeze for Volkswagen Eos. How Much Do You Need

Engine selection:

Engine Engine code Year Which How much
1.4 CAXA 2013 Blue 5.6 liters
2012 Blue 5.6 liters
2011 Blue 5.6 liters
2010 Blue 5.6 liters
2009 Blue 5.6 liters
2008 Blue 5.6 liters
1.6 BLF 2008 Blue 8 liters
2007 Blue 8 liters
2006 Blue 8 liters
2.0 CFFA 2013 Blue 5.6 liters
2012 Blue 5.6 liters
2011 Blue 5.6 liters
BMM 2010 Blue 0-0 liters
BVY 2009 Blue 8 liters
2008 Blue 8 liters
2007 Blue 8 liters
2006 Blue 8 liters
BVZ 2009 Blue 8 liters
2008 Blue 8 liters
2007 Blue 8 liters
2006 Blue 8 liters
3.2 CBRA 2009 Blue 9 liters
2008 Blue 9 liters
2007 Blue 9 liters
2006 Blue 9 liters
BUB 2009 Blue 9 liters
2008 Blue 9 liters
2007 Blue 9 liters
2006 Blue 9 liters
3.6 CDVA 2010 Blue 9 liters
2009 Blue 9 liters
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Make sure you service system at Volkswagen with installed 3.2 engine correctly. There are some conditions in servicing cooling module at Volkswagen Eos. Otherwise Eos made in 2008 won’t serve you long enough. Before choosing fluid note that engine code BLF and volume of 1.6 were installed to your car in 2006. Only Blue antifreeze type is suitable and you’ll need 9 liters of it.

  • Up-to-date Blue coolant has anticorrosion effect on Volkswagen Eos parts.

  • With 2.0 engines having BVZ code it’s the best choice.

  • Make sure you fill up in 2006 Eos exactly 8 liters and not less amount of coolant.

It’s obvious that every BLF motor needs good service as stated by Volkswagen in instruction. Providing you keep the rules 3.2 motor installed in Eos of 2008 year will be long lasting. Better buy 9 liters of good antifreeze in Blue color. It will be advantageous to follow Volkswagen’s rules for 2006 Eos service.

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