My radiator just went out, on top of all the other problems I have had with this car. I am getting it fixed but it seems as if the shop I am taking it to is overcharging me. Does anyone know what the cost is to replace one?
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sounds like the radiator might b clogged not allowing coolant to flow. remove both radiator hoses and insert a garden hose and see how much water comes out the bottom..if it flows freely then u have a blockage somewhere not allowing coolant to flow... if the hoses are rock hard when car is running and overheating then u have a cracked head and will have to change it with a new one.
I recommend that you do not add this to your radiator unless it is absolutely needed. It will seal the leak, but also seal other passages,especially in the heater core. It will cause more damage in the long run. If the radiator is leaking, replace the radiator.