New Core - Old Radiator

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New Core - Old Radiator

Post by Johnny_S » Sun Aug 24th, 2003 4:49

Has anyone had their original radiator rebuilt? Cost? Results?
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Re: New Core - Old Radiator

Post by 49ther » Mon Sep 15th, 2003 3:59

yes $450 re-core with tax
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Post by RiversideSteve » Thu Aug 17th, 2006 6:01

I know its late for this and by now your issue is solved but its gonna cost 400+. I just recored mine and it cost 417. I tried several places but I never found a replacement OE for it. The issue is that our cars coolant hoses at the bottom point upward where most point out so an exact out of box rad is hard to come by unless you modify it. The hard part is unless the rad is infront of you, you dont know if the new one is correct in size.
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