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You can probably buy a can of corrosion inhibitor to extend the life of your antifreeze if funds are limited. But if you plan to keep the car a while, flush and fill is probably the right move.

Funds are not limited. Being the frugal person that I am, I also don't like spending money if the expense is not needed.

spent a bunch already on two other vehicles this past week
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