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If you've ever been stuck on the highway because of the overheated engine, you won't deny it was a terrible episode of your life. You were standing right by your smoking vehicle, with its hood fly open, letting the engine cool off. The tow truck is finally here and you can get back home, but what has caused the problem in the first place? It seems that the damaged radiator is the answer. And if you need a replacement radiator, nice to see you at CARiD!

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We aim to provide our customers with the finest Radiators & Components the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as Replace, Koyorad, Spectra Premium, Denso, Delphi, Auto 7, APDI, Mishimoto, Gates, Stant, Rein the Radiators & Components we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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Radiators are usually made from aluminum. They are underhood components consisting of horizontal and vertical finned tubes flanked by two cooling tanks. The tanks contain some water and coolant to stop engine from overheating. The fluid makes a journey through the mechanical or electric pump to the engine where it absorbs the heat. Then, the warmed fluid returns to the radiator and the excessive heat is dissipated into the atmosphere.

To avoid expensive repairs, check the radiator now and then for any signs of damage. Even small particles of dirt or rust may clog up the device and prevent it from normal operation. Another common problem is leaking. When you move your vehicle and see a puddle on the pavement, your radiator is likely to leak. It may also smoke or steam: if the problem is in coolant, the smoke is usually white and thick. Most often, what you see under the hood is steam - it has no strong smell of engine liquids. As soon as you notice the above symptoms, you better set the alarm bells ringing.

Radiators are subject to corrosion and impact damage. Depleted coolant additives can cause rust and corrosion that can clog and restrict coolant flow. External corrosion caused by weathering and road salt can result in fin deterioration and leaks. Damaged or missing fins can reduce heat transfer to the air, and stones and debris striking the radiator can cause leaks. If visual inspection is inconclusive, pressure test the radiator to check for leaks. Internal blockage and heat transfer efficiency can be checked with an infrared surface thermometer. The temperature should be highest near the inlet and cooler at the outlet.

CARiD carries radiator units from the most trusted manufacturers: Flex-a-Lite, Ford Racing, Goodmark, ACC, Banks, the list goes on and on. They've been in the game for years and have significant experience in providing top-level repair parts. So, when we promise you the uppermost products, we definitely mean it because we accept no compromise when it comes to quality. Get dependable, corrosion-resistant repair parts to be confident in your radiator's operation. The replacements at CARiD will precisely match the OEM parts in fit and function.

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Radiators Reviews
Average rating:54.8 - 38 reviews
G35 Radiator
2004 Infiniti G35
| Posted by | (Tinker Afb, OK)

The products works as advertised & meets OEM specs. Car is running smooth & I had no issues with the Koyorad radiator.

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