Your radiator might be plugged and restricting coolant flow or corroded and not
efficiently cooling your engine. Without looking at it, I can't tell you for sure, but there can be other reasons to replace it.
If you are considering a second opinion, make sure you see an ASE certified technician. You can locate one near you by going here:
〉 Answered on Jan 10th, 2007 by Patty Streeter, at MondayHotreviews.info
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