Not 100% sure about the Ford coolants, but I'm fairly certain that 0000-77-501E-02 is NOT FL-22, but the "1st gen" long life coolant that Mazda was using for a while. This chart seems to back that up:This information may be elsewhere in this forum. But, since I recently replaced a CX-9 water pump I was forced to become more knowledgeable about the FL22 coolant and options.
For future readers here are the options that are currently available for FL22 coolant:
OEM diluted Mazda part#: 0000-77-508E-20
Mazda has a concentrate formula OEM: 0000-77-501E-02 but this can be tougher to find and appears on some sites to be discontinued.
Ford (Motorcraft)diluted version: VC-10-A
Ford (Motorcraft) concentrate: VC-10-A2 (specialty green)
There are aftermarket options from Ravenol and Pentosin (and Zerex if you don*t care about the resulting color of the mix):
Ravenol is available in both diluted and concentrate:
Diluted: Ravenol J4D2091-1-10 HJC FL22
Concentrate: Ravenol J4D2091-10 HJC FL22
Pentosin Pentofrost A2 is a dark green concentrate that must be mixed with water. The nice thing about Pentofrost A2 is that it is available at some auto part stores and Rockauto for a much better price compared to most of the options above.
The Zerex Asian formulas are also compatible and likely the same chemistry * but the color can be a challenge (blue or pink) unless you do a complete change. And, as far as I am aware, the Zerex Asian vehicle formulas are only available as diluted.
I believe that Pentofrost A2 is also equivalent to 0000-77-501E-02 (i.e. not FL-22), since it references the 501E part number, and their antifreeze guide states that A2 should be not used in Mazdas 2006 and newer : http://www.pentosin.net/literature/Pentosin Pentofrost Antifreeze Guide.pdf
Ravenol appears to be FL-22 as far as I can tell and, as I said, no idea which category the Motorcraft coolants fall under.