Nissan Altima Owners Hot Over Radiator Leaks
Nissan Altimas are popular cars and with good reason. They can last well past 100,000 miles with proper care. Eventually, things will wear out and it's a good guess that one of those things could be the radiator.
Older and Modern Cars Can Have Radiator Issues
Nissan Altima owners state in public forums that the older cars, dating back to 1993 seem to have coolant and leak problems associated with the car radiator. One owner of a 1993 Nissan Altima with a fuel injected 2.4 liter engine and with more than 125,000 miles on the car said a mechanic replaced the radiator after repeated antifreeze leaks showed up on his driveway. This seemed to happen after the car sat for a period of time. Unfortunately, this didn't fix this particular problem with the most likely problem being in a heater hose or even the water pump shaft seal.
Newer Nissan Altimas over the 20-year period from 1993 through 2013 can have a variety of problems with the auto radiators, with the most common problem being a leak or a crack in the radiator.
How to Fix a Radiator Problem
It's important for car owners to know for sure the problem is in the radiator before replacing it. Some car owners have had new car radiators put in only to find that the leak was coming from the water pump. An honest radiator shop can be helpful in determining if you truly need a radiator.
Radiator.com is the online resource for car radiators, as well as auto compressors and a variety of other auto parts. The company has more than 200 locations and is the online leader for car radiators for sale as well as distribution. Radiator.com has car radiators for Nissan Altima from 1993 through 2013 models and guarantees you will get the parts you need the same day - all at affordable prices.