Antifreeze coolant help?

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  1. Pull Ya

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    After further reading the manual it says to use ms.90032 Mopar antifreeze coolant. So, what’s the difference between MS.90032 and other Mopar one that is MS12106? I’ve been reading some forum where they said they discontinued the MS.90032 and replaced it with MS12106. Not sure why the owners manual says ms99032 but I don’t see anywhere online where anyone sells that, it’s all MS12106.

    I found this video to be a little helpful.
     
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    If you are only a little bit low you can always just top it off with some distilled/demineralized water. I doubt even a quart or so to top it off is going to make a whole lot of difference in its heating/cooling properties. Pretty much every new Mopar I've ever bought required the coolant to be topped off after the first few thousand miles and then it stayed on the full mark after that.
     

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