Because the tubes and fins of a radiator depend on maximum surface area, any leak in your radiators core requires a new part. Patching the core depletes the surface area and can plug necessary flow, creating the potential for future engine overheating and damage. You should also replace your radiator if it is more than 5 years old; think of it like an air filter for your engine temperature. If the leak is coming from your hoses, you probably do not need to replace the entire part, but have a mechanic check it out to be sure. You can give us a call at any time if you want more advice on this.
We can usually get your radiator out to you by the next day. Depending on your area and what time you place an order, we can even have the part on your doorstep the same day you purchased it.
No problem. We have certified service centers who install our parts at competitive rates. Call us and we'll get you a part, book you an installation appointment, and take care of the billing all over the phone.
We cannot accept returned parts that have had fluids run through them. If the part has a manufacturers defect or breaks after proper installment and fit, it falls under our lifetime or one-year warranty coverage. Otherwise, make sure the rad fits your vehicle and you are completely satisfied with it before running fluids through it. If you are not, we will arrange to have the part picked up and refund your money as quickly as possible.*
We guarantee the best quality part for the best price. Many radiator companies out there import cheaply made parts to increase their margin. With our satisfaction guaranteed lifetime warranty, we cannot afford to sell parts that will break in a matter of a few years. That's why we sell quality OE style and aftermarket parts at great prices. Our direct to the customer set up eliminates the middleman and allows us to keep our prices low and our quality high. We also have warehouses all over the US, making our delivery times significantly less than the competitors.