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1995 Honda Civic Radiator leaks. Not a lot, seems like some dribbles off the top. I took it out, scraped it off around the top. Squeezed a tube full of super glue all around it. Not solving the problem. Would "high temperature gasket cement" be a better alternative. These tiny [14"!!] radiators... should I expect these to go -- so that it's unlikely I would find one at the local "Pick n Pull" junkyards? Worth looking for? Any alternative ways to repair the leaks across the top on what I've got? Love to not buy a new one ($200). Thanks!! Paul from Berkeley CA

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Id try to find a used one but if you are short of cash id buy a thing of bars leak should fix your problem

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