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May 13, 2014, 4:42 pm

Joel M
 

Question: What could be the problem with my radiator.

I drive a 1995 Acura Intega automatic non v-tech motor. In the past 4-5 months i've had to change the radiator out 4 times. I have already learned how to change one out and have done it so many times i myself and my buddies cant figure out what it could be. Every time i take the broken one off its warped at the bottom seam as to were it wont hold fluid at all. Me and my buddies were wondering if it had somthing to do with the 2 lines were you connect the tranny lines was it but we dont know why that would be. I've also already replaced the thermostat and 4 othe hoses.


May 13, 2014, 8:39 pm

Richard W
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If you are using the same brand radiator I would switch it. I have not seen one split in the same place every time. I would make sure that the bottom rubber mounts are good.


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May 14, 2014, 7:17 am

Joel M
 

Thankyou. And even though this radiator has a life- time warrenty ill just try to up- grade to the next one. And yes the rubber mounts are good.


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