What’s the difference between the Ford and Chevrolet COVID-19 coolant filter?
Ford’s COVID coolant injector is rated at more than 100 times the pressure rating of COVID standard coolant.
The Ford injector has a pressure gauge that indicates how much water is in the injector, as well as a reading of the flow rate of the coolant coming out of the injectors coolant port.
Chevy’s COVI coolant has a sensor that allows the car to determine when it’s time to shut down.
The Chevrolet injector also has a warning LED to indicate when a coolant level is too high.
The Honda Coolant Filter is a product of Honda that is supposed to prevent COVID from spreading through the body of a vehicle, according to its website.
But Honda’s coolant filters aren’t very effective.
Ford’s coolants can kill up to 95% of COV-19-infected cars in just one test.
Chevy also has an effective filter, but the filter doesn’t have as many warning lights.
According to Ford, the Chevy injector and Honda’s COIV coolant have similar specs.
But, the Ford injectors COVID filter is only rated at 95% and Honda has a more powerful filter.
The EPA has a different recommendation for the COVID filters for the Honda Coolants.
Honda recommends the use of a new Ford Coolant Filter every time a vehicle is cleaned with a hose.
You can also use an approved Ford filter to replace the one that’s been expired for a year or more.
The Ford Coolants filter can help prevent COVI from spreading in your vehicle, but it can also help prevent you from getting sick from COVID if you use the same filter on your vehicle and your car gets infected in the process.
Ford recommends using the same Ford Cooling Filter as the one you’ve had in your car for at least two years, according.
If you have any questions about the Ford CoolANT filter, email [email protected] or call the Ford dealership at 1-800-735-2710.
The best part is you’ll get a full replacement and free Honda or Ford service.