01-12-2017, 01:08 PM
Join Date: May 2014
Location: Tornado Alley!
Ram Year: 2014
Engine: Hemi 5.7L
A bit of newer info but nothing to answer all questions.
OK now I'm really kind of confused and scratching my balls. After about 12,000 miles I decided to suck a gallon of the global lifetime coolant out of the radiator it's self. Lo and behold after sitting for a couple of hours in the garage the damn stuff turned orange.
When this stuff is still in the jug and has never been used it is a golden amber color.
I am going to not worry about it one bit though I know I've got some of the best coolant available in my radiator and reservoir so I'm gonna try to sleep at night. Here is a pic!
I'm going to filter the coolant through a coffee filter and reuse it overtime.
If there comes a time when I can't find PGL @ Loves or Walgreens I will do a flush & switch to G-05 for sure!
I always have 3 Gal of PGL in the garage though.
2014 Bighorn QC 4WD 5.7L 8HP70 3:92 Anti-Slip "Black & Chrome"
Oil: 5Qts (GTL) Mobil 1 Euro FS 0W-40 / 2Qts Mobil 1 EP 0W-20 Combo w/RP Filter
Front / 8HP70 / TC / Rear: RL 75W-90 / RL D6 / RL D4 / RL 75W-140-90 Mix
Air: AEM (Dry-Flow) Drop-In Coolant: Peak Global Lifetime/RMI-25 Mileage: 21,783
Last edited by SyN; 01-12-2017 at 11:27 PM.