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Pretty neat. Makes sense what he says to me.

I’ve had a hydrometer (?) for many years but haven’t used it in a long time. I change the coolant in my tractor and wife’s car on a scheduled basis (both diesels) and just hope my truck is OK as it doesn’t call for a coolant change until 90k miles which it will never see in my ownership.

I love his 3 minute videos. I just can’t watch a 20 minute video where the guy basically says nothing.

I’ll have to go check up on their videos this afternoon - haven’t watched any since last summer.
 
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Pretty neat. Makes sense what he says to me.

I’ve had a hydrometer (?) for many years but haven’t used it in a long time. I change the coolant in my tractor and wife’s car on a scheduled basis (both diesels) and just hope my truck is OK as it doesn’t call for a coolant change until 90k miles which it will never see in my ownership.

I love his 3 minute videos. I just can’t watch a 20 minute video where the guy basically says nothing.

I’ll have to go check up on their videos this afternoon - haven’t watched any since last summer.
So is it good with the higher voltage of 2.4 volts or bad with the 0.4 volts? Or vice versa? I could not watch and listen.

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So is it good with the higher voltage of 2.4 volts or bad with the 0.4 volts? Or vice versa? I could not watch and listen.

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It should be less than 0.40 volts (400 mV). He misread the meter when he said 2.4 volts, it was actually reading 0.024 volts.
 
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