Zerex pink, Toyota red/pink, Prestone green would work, friends been using that for years These cars are not too picky. I’m be more concern how long the coolant was ran.
I would use either red or pink. If it looks orange or dark brown, coolant is ran too long and or mixing occurred. How’s the radiator cap looking?
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When I mean green, it’s that yellow container that prestone has. Below is my personal experience with this so far
1995 Camry V6 - friend had it for good 10yr. They used to use tap water with prestone “yellow” from Wallyworld. I haven’t had any coolant issues, but I recall finding a quite a bit of corrosion (white crap) on the radiator neck when doing top end work. Water pump was fine though.
2001 I4 Camry - my dad has his radiator replaced about 10yr ago. Shop used generic yellow coolant. It has a coolant change 5~yr ago when I did the thermostat and I used prestone . When I recently did the timing belt on his car I didn’t notice anything too crazy. Everything seemed okay and I couldn’t find any crazy corrosion or build up.
1998 Camry v6 with 204K previous owner did very good maintance but used a yellow coolant (again shop used it). When the bypass hose blew I took apart the top end. Noticed light to moderate amount of corrosion on the intake gaskets and radiator neck.
2004 Camry - car came with pink from Toyota. I got it at 52K. It has factory pink fill. I would top off only with red/pink. When I did the timing belt job for it 118K, everything was freaking SPOTLESS. Couldn’t find any corrosion around radiator neck outlit.
Best results is to use red or pink. Zerex pink for Toyota/Lexus is my choice as we don’t have much options besides Wally World here and the over priced big auto parts store and dealerships. Red is harder to find at reasonable price here.