Radiator.com Offers Radiators for Your Acura TL
Acura introduced the TL luxury sedan in 1995 as a replacement for the Acura Vigor. Since 1995, it has been one of the world’s best-selling midsize luxury cars. The 1996 TL had a 2.5 liter engine that produced 176 horsepower. The 3.2 TL, which replaced the Acura Legend, featured a 3.2 liter V6 that produced 200 horsepower.
The second generation of the Acura TL debuted in 1999. For this year, Acura dropped the 2.5 liter TL from their lineup and focused on the 3.2 TL. A sportier 3.2 TL-S was released several years later. In late 2003, Acura released the third generation of the TL. Based on the Honda Accord, this model featured a V6 engine that produced 258 horsepower. The fourth generation debuted in 2009, with a controversial new look that divided Acura lovers. With its longer wheelbase and aggressive front grille, the Acura TL departed from the conservative look of previous years.
If you own a 1995 or newer Acura TL, you may begin to notice leaks in the radiator core. Owners of older Acuras often complain that their radiator fan stopped working. Some mechanics may try to replace the fan or patch the radiator, leading to overheating and damage. If your radiator is leaking or more than 5 years old, it’s time for a new radiator.
You can take your car to an expensive radiator shop or you can try to install it yourself. If you are a do-it-yourself car mechanic, you’ll want the best price on auto radiators for sale. Radiator.com offers the best quality radiators at low prices, and we ship fast so you don’t have to wait. Not a mechanic? Don’t worry. We’ll contact a certified service center. We can make your appointment right over the phone.