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post #1 of 3 Old 04-14-2013, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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Leaky radiator

Today I noticed a couple drops of coolant on top of my coolant filter housing. It appears to be coming from the top of the radiator, at the seam between the aluminum and plastic. I have spare cardboard below my truck, for oil changes of other potentially messy projects that is soaked with coolant. So it has been doing this for a while. I added some coolant a month or so ago, praying it wasn't HG's, since I had NO symptoms. SO, on to the real question...is there any way to fix this? Or am I in the market for a new rad? I would love to install a Mishimoto but don't want to spend the $825. Is the one from Bulletproof a good second option? I want to get an all aluminum rad so I don't do this again. Anybody have good luck with another brand out there?

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post #2 of 3 Old 04-14-2013, 01:40 PM
Fill it up again Dummy
 
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Whatever you do don't put stop leak in there,no no no. LOL


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Thats for sure. I don't want to tear into the oil cooler again!

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