It will probably be OK, but it's not the best. Unless Tech 2000 has more info. on the label, it's hard to say if it's traditional green type, OAT, or some new so-called "universal" stuff, and I'm sure they would tell you it will work in anything regardless.
The DexCool™/Prestone Extended Life™ OAT phosphate-free and silicate-free antifreezes have problems. Both Chrysler and Ford got away from those problems with G-05 (HOAT) type. Can be harder to find in the auto parts stores, but some do stock it - it will say G-05 somewhere on the labeling. Shell and Zerex make it, and you can find it at Ford and Chrysler dealers. Chrysler's is orange, the other brands are yellow. If you want the best, you will use G-05.
'98 LXi - Later Concorde gages (black w/ chrome rings)/'99 LX - LHS gages (white) - HIR bulbs