OP Here...yes it was definitely antifreeze, I didnt know I had that so thanks to everyone for that info. I took the H/W heater out for a few reasons. One, there was no hot water pressure at all, (2) the floor pan it was sitting in was getting very rusted out with many holes so I wanted to clean all that up as well. Ok so I was not sure which check valve I needed to remove so I took both off and removed check valves from both upper and lower brass fittings. Managed to get everything all back together again, I was feeling pretty good, getting ready to crack a cold one when I noticed a drip!! looked underneath the moho and noticed water coming out from underneath and I cant tell where from. RATS!! not sure I want to go through all that again, it was a real pain, might have to call in the pros...
Also BE SURE to make sure it is not transmission fluid. Often coolers are put near the radiator. Trace all the lines and determine.
4 whopping cylinders on Toyota RV's. Talk about great getting good MPG. Also I have a very light foot on the pedal. I followed some MPG advice on Livingpress.com and I now get 22 MPG! Not bad for a home on wheels.
The motor aid is really nice if you are Wally parking for the night, no need to use propane to heat the water because it will be HOT when you stop and stay that way for a looong time. Nice to stop, have dinner, clean up, shower, go to bed and then go in the morning, all without having to use propane to heat water.
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