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Greetings, forum! I've got a quick question.

Exposition: My 2007 Versa's cooling system is filled with Nissan's blue coolant. However, I was under the impression that Nissan didn't start with the blue coolant until 2009. I'm not the first owner; the first owner had it until 63K miles.

Question: If the system is currently filled with blue coolant, that must mean that the original owner brought the car to Nissan sometime during or after 2009 to have the cooling system serviced, correct?

Question 2: How long is this blue stuff meant to last? I hear 105K miles, but that sounds long.

If the system has in fact been flushed then that saves me the trouble of doing it myself. This car is headed to upstate New York next month (as well as Long Island) so I have been going over the car to make sure that the maintenance is all up-to-date. Everything else is done.
 

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Kool!!

Green coolant is 3 years or 40,000 miles

I was lucky i received a winterization coupon in the mail last month from a local nissan dealer. oil change and coolant flush and fill and their multicheck inspection for 69.99 so I called and made an appointment for next day. usually is 120.00 for coolant flush at the dealer
 

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Well I will definitely be doing it myself. I'll be draining it and refilling it with Autozone's generic LLC (the yellow/lime color stuff.) That's my normal go-to for coolant and I have a gallon of it on hand already. The yellow LLC will mix with the normal green stuff with no problems.

PS: What color is your 07' HB? I have a blue 6 speed 07' HB myself.
 

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I used Keystone coolant. They seem to be OEM equivalent here in Canada. Did flush it, but no bad stuff came out. Gotta make sure you have the right coolant, can't go wrong with OEM stuff. Might want to do radiator thermostat WYIT.
 
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