Question about 2001 Saturn SL
Depends on what type of radiator (copper, aluminum, or aluminum and plastic) and where at the leak is. in most cases you just clean the area where the leak is with a wire brush or light sandpaper. then with a brazing rod or sauter just weld over the area. if its an aluminum radiator with plastic tanks(a common type) them its most likely leaking at the clamp weld where it changes from plastic to aluminum (they are notorious for leaking there as plastic and aluminum expand differently as they heat and cool and over time will start leaking at that point) . in that case you may be able to temporarily fix it my applying JB weld or some sort of apoxy resin if your tight on money but if you can afford it you should just replace it.
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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