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Radiator Failure Information
The below "Radiator Failures" is a chart showing possible problems that can occur to your Radiator in general, not singling out any one particular manufacturer. Click on link below for more information that could lead to radiator diagnosis, or other car problem diagnosis.

Radiator Tube-to-Header Leaks
Radiator Tube to header leaks
RadiatorSolder Bloom
Radiator Solder bloom
Radiator Internal Deposits
Radiator Internal deposits
Radiator Fan Damage
Radiator Fan damage
Radiator Blown Tank/Header Seam
Radiator Blown tank
Radiator Crack Plastic Tank
Radiator Crack tank
Radiator Electrolysis
Radiator electrolysis
Radiator Electrolysis
Radiator Electrolysis
Radiator Leaky Tank/Header Seam
Radiator Leaky tank
Radiator Steam Erosion
Radiator Steam erosion
Fin Deterioration
Radiator Fin deterioration
Radiator Loose Side Piece
Radiator Loose side
Radiator Leaky Inlet/Outlet Fitting
Radiator Leaky inlet
Radiator Leaky Oil Cooler Fitting
Radiator Leaky oil cooler
Radiator Over Pressurization
Radiator Over pressure
Radiator Fin Bond Failures
Radiator Fin bond



SHOULD I REPLACE MY RADIATOR?
Even a skilled cooling system professional can't work miracles on a radiator that's severely corroded or damaged. The only solution is a new radiator, and the best solution is a new RadiatorInfo.com complete radiator. Our radiators give you the assurance of long lasting performance and efficiency. They're completely new and are designed for your engine and performance needs. Our radiators fit perfectly, install quickly and easily and are backed by a factory warranty.

SHOULD I RECORE MY RADIATOR?
Some Radiator problems can be effectively solved with a new copper/brass or aluminum core. Recoring can bring your radiator back to efficient operating condition using old tanks, brackets and transmission oil cooler. Your cooling system professional will help you determine whether recoring is a viable alternative. A new core comes with a limited factory warranty, the reused parts cannot be factory warranted against failure.

SHOULD I REPAIR MY RADIATOR?
Minor Radiator problems can often be repaired, although you should be aware that repairing is frequently a short-term solution to a long-term problem. Copper/brass Radiator are bonded with solder which can deteriorate and corrode. The newer aluminum Radiator are somewhat more durable, but are also more difficult to repair. Plastic tanks on many newer cars present a different set of problems, but in most cases can be replaced.For all Radiator, higher engine temperatures increase expansion and contraction. Before risking failures and costly engine and transmission damage, consult with a cooling system professional who can advise you of your replace, recore and repair options.

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