Question about Chevrolet Impala
You could try and recore the radiator. Do it yourself. See this
Posted on Jun 29, 2016
The days of having a radiator recored are gone, and that would have to be done at a specialty shop. so you replace a radiator, you do not repair it. If you want to mess it up further you can go to any car parts store and they will have a host of radiator fix additive goos that you pour into a warm radiator. I have never found one that actually works, most just make the situation worse.
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