So after always using Toyota red, when I stopped into the dealer today, I was told that there was a price increase to $43.85/gal and they were no longer doing a discount on it. So I might be flushing my trucks and going green at that price!? Lol
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That has nothing to do with the type of coolant you use.Just got my Blackstone report...10W30 conventional and Toyota red for 22 years and 118K miles. I'll be sticking with the red.
"ERIC: Only a slightly low viscosity kept the first sample from your Land Cruiser from being perfect. And the
viscosity is not a problem - it's obvious this oil worked well for you while it was in service. Universal
averages show typical wear from this type of engine after 4,700 miles. You only kept this fill in place 2,000
miles - why so short? If you're feeling like you needed to change it because the oil had been in place 6
months or a year, don't worry. Oil doesn't go bad, so feel free to run 3,500 miles next time. Silicon &
insolubles show good air/oil filtration. No fuel or coolant found."
This parts guy said there was just a price increase.