Shop Automotive Antifreeze from NAPA
All vehicles - from diesel engine trucks to electric cars - rely on antifreeze to maintain proper engine temperatures. NAPA AUTO PARTS has locations throughout the US that offer antifreeze and heating and cooling parts.
Antifreeze vs. Coolant
What's the difference between antifreeze and coolant?
Antifreeze is the concentration of ethylene glycol (or propylene glycol) that gets mixed with water to become engine coolant. It has a higher boiling point and lower freezing point than water, making it less likely to evaporate or freeze and affect engine cooling capabilities. Coolant additives are necessary for the health of the engine and to prevent overheating.
Most quality coolants already contain antifreeze properties. If you're not sure what you need to purchase for your vehicle, swing by your local NAPA AUTO PARTS and ask one of our team members.
Signs You Need to Buy Antifreeze
Any time antifreeze is leaking, the coolant level will be lower than it should be, so you should monitor it more often and purchase antifreeze to have on-hand. Here are a few signs that it's time to look under the hood:There's a puddle on the ground under your car