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How A Radiator Works - car radiator, radiator core

Have you ever wanted to be able to take care of your car radiator maintenance but thought it was too difficult to learn? Maybe you aren't even sure what a radiator is or how a radiator works, much less what to do to prolong the life and improve the function of your car radiator. Books can be helpful, but sometimes flat pictures and illustrations don't show enough detail. And unless you personally know a mechanic, it's hard to get hands-on instruction. But by watching the free How A Radiator Works video on Radiator.com, you'll see an expert show you how to get under the hood with confidence.

In this short but information packed video you will learn where the radiator tank is, what a radiator core is made from and how to identify the different types such as a crossflow radiator and a downflow radiator. By watching the instructor show where the car radiator parts are located and how they work, you will be able to identify them in your own vehicle and start to do some basic maintenance.

Safety issues are addressed, and the video points out that you should always be careful when checking the fluid level in the radiator tank. Never check it when the engine is hot, and never remove the cap until it is completely cooled down. The same applies to checking all hoses and connections to the car radiator or inspecting for leaks on the radiator tank. After watching the video on http://www.radiator .com you won't be a certified mechanic, but you will have a better understanding of how a radiator works and should be able to spot any potential problems with your radiator core. And if you have any questions, you can call the toll free number seven days a week for advice or to order parts. We want to be your one stop for all things radiator, from start to finish, and you won?t find better discount prices from any other supplier.

What is a car radiator? Ever wondered how a radiator works? Learn where the radiator is located in your car, or truck. Learn about the different types of radiators and what they are made of including their tanks and cores. Learn the difference between crossflow radiator and downflow radiator.

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On Sunday 31st of August 2008 01:49:49 AM, NETSHITUKA - MULALOFROM LIMPOPO-SA wrote:


On Sunday 08th of June 2008 05:04:36 AM, aman wrote:

video is not played

On Thursday 13th of March 2008 01:49:13 PM, Anonymous wrote:

thermostat should be mentioned as a flow controler to maintain the proper engine tempreture. Coolent, over time, will clog the tubes, restricting the cooling flow of coolent.

On Saturday 08th of March 2008 01:02:34 AM, eugene wrote:

a have a 1993 caddy eldorodo touring with nothstar v8 overheating no coolant flow

On Friday 07th of March 2008 07:19:58 AM, Anonymous wrote:

my radiator have a hole can fixit

On Friday 07th of March 2008 07:18:41 AM, Carlos wrote:

my radiator have a hole can fixit

On Thursday 28th of February 2008 12:11:07 PM, Anonymous wrote:

where is draincock located on the radiator of the 1998 Ford Taurus 3.0 v6

On Thursday 21st of February 2008 08:45:48 AM, kendric wrote:

play the video