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By: michael.lacy.14
Mauricio Radiator
They have outstanding customer service...for basic jobs...starter..alternators...radiators or a/c service they can't be beat. They are not master mechanics so don't expect to take your car there for a complete engine or transmission change. Great bunch of guys!!!
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By: Kimberly G.
Radiator Depot
I had a great experience here. Fast response great customer service. I almost didn't email them for a price so happy I did saved me about $400 on a new radiator with warranty. Thanks Ruben
By: Barbara B.
Mike's Radiator Service
My car was whining and wouldn't hold a charge. Called early Tuesday morning, got right in, they took care of the problem and I was done and on my way before lunch time.Great service.
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By: Dion K.
Radiator Depot
Sent an email for a price quote and got a reply within minutes. They also beat the cheapest price I had found by $80. Thanks again Ruben!
Tips & Advices
The cost of repairing a radiator can range from $15-$200 or more. A new hose can be purchased you can get the job done by purchasing a hose for between $15-$50.  If the water pump needs replacement, one can be purchased for $35-$75. Hiring a professional mechanic to repair a radiator will cost $80-$125 hour, and repairs typically take one or two hours.
Self-installing a radiator can be difficult without having  previous experience working under a car's hood. The process involves allowing the radiator to cool, and then draining all the coolant. The radiator's sensors, hoses, and fans need to be unhooked. Next, the radiator is unscrewed and removed from the frame, and the new radiator is installed.
When selecting a new radiator, look for one made by a brand with a strong reputation, since quality can vary tremendously among brands. Crossflow radiators tend to be more efficient, but some older cars will only accommodate downflow radiators. Determine whether you want to purchase a plastic, aluminum, or copper radiator. Aluminum radiators offer superior cooling capacity.
Aftermarket radiators are safe to use. The benefit of aftermarket radiators is that they are often less expensive than radiators from the car's manufacturer. It's possible to find high-quality aftermarket radiators, and there are many solid choices out there. However, the quality can vary significantly from brand to brand.
Radiators can be repaired. If the temperature gauge on the car's dash is reading higher than normal, it's a good idea to get a mechanic to take a look at the car's radiator and cooling system to see if repairs are necessary. Prompt radiator repair can help avoid costly engine damage.

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