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Improving the cooling on our TJs

cpwolf

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Main reason why I use the drain plug is that I live in HOA area, and our HOA is like bunch of very angry Karens, so using the hose and flush until clean is not an option.
Cannot spill anything more than little bit.
The street drain goes into our lake, so nothing can be flushed there

I hope no one would run that out into the street and storm drain. I'm a redneck hunter and don't buy off on man made warming business, but as someone who loves to be in the woods or wading through mud waiting on ducks.....man made pollution is real, and not cool. I flushed 6 or 7 times this summer and every ounce that came out went in a bin that went back into the jugs and dropped off at Travis County hazardous material dump.
 

cpwolf

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Is antifreeze biodegradable?

Loaded question. Yes, eventually. You still don't dispose of it by running it down the drain. Some will poison animals some will not, Ethelyne poison Proplyene not...I think I read, but neither should be consumed. Now...if you're feeding it where cotton mouths or copper heads live....ok I'm cool, pour it out, ha.
 
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Loaded question. Yes, eventually. You still don't dispose of it by running it down the drain. Some will poison animals some will not, Ethelyne poison Proplyene not...I think I read, but neither should be consumed. Now...if you're feeding it where cotton mouths or copper heads live....ok I'm cool, pour it out, ha.

So, with the drain plug, I did the following:
Drain all antifreeze, recycled with my friends garage, where he has large antifreeze tank that gets picked up once in a while, he gets some penny or two for every gallon of old antifreeze.
 
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