[DML] Re: Radiator Leaks - but only sometimes?!
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[DML] Re: Radiator Leaks - but only sometimes?!



Well, I guess that blows that theory! If the radiator leaks it must be
removed and repaired or replaced, new or old. It isn't so new if it's
been in the car for a year. Before removing I would pressure test the
system and make sure it is not any of the 3 connections or fittings.
If it IS on the side and it has the plastic tanks, then it is garbage
and cannot be repaired.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757




> It is a new radiator. I had it replaced last year. The garage that 
> installed it won't replace it and I don't have the money for yet 
> another one.
> 
> 
> 


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