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An important part of owning a car is taking care of its maintenance. A well-functioning radiator is essential to a vehicle’s performance. A good radiator sales shop can locate and repair problems with a car’s radiator. Below are six terms to be familiar with when using a radiator sales business to repair or replace your radiator.

  • Radiator – Part of a car that cools the engine by passing coolant through the engine. A well-functioning radiator prevents a car from overheating. Broken radiators can be repaired or replaced by mechanics.
  • Fan – A part of a radiator that forces air through the radiator to cool down the coolant that will be circulated through the engine. If a radiator fan breaks, it will hinder the radiator’s ability to function.
  • Radiator Pump – Part of an automobile radiator that pumps coolant through the engine of a car.
  • Radiator Hose – A hose attached to the radiator in a car, that goes around the engine, through which coolant is pumped to absorb heat from the engine. Radiator hoses sometimes leak due to wear and need to be replaced.
  • Heater Core – A small radiator responsible for heating the passenger area of a vehicle. A heater core forces heat from coolant that has passed through the engine into the cabin of a car.
  • Engine Coolant – Water or a mixture of water and antifreeze used to cool the engine of a car and prevent it from overheating. Coolant needs to be replaced occasionally. Often, coolant will be refilled as part of an oil change service.
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    Starrett Auto Radiator
    4218 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11232
    We sell and repair radiators at wholesale prices. Come to us for condensers, fan assemblies, AC and heater parts and more. We even have heavy industrial and truck radiators! We stand behind our work and our parts.
    (718) 649-3388
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    197 West Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
    (203) 357-8344
    Radiator Store The
    35 Benham Ave Ste 2, Bridgeport, CT 06605
    (203) 334-1160
    Family Radiator Inc
    46 Colonial Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06606
    (203) 367-1019
    Acme Radiator Plus
    94 Factory St, Derby, CT 06418
    (203) 736-6337
    DeMusis Radiator, Inc.
    155 Fulton Ter, East Haven, CT 06512
    (203) 469-1194
    Chart Radiator Service
    101 Benham St, Hamden, CT 06514
    (203) 288-0155
    Dougan Radiator Repair
    2260 State St, Hamden, CT 06517
    (203) 865-6336
    J & D Auto Sales LLC
    1224 Old Colony Rd, Wallingford, CT 06492
    (203) 294-9548
    Auto Air
    55 Nathans Ln, Madison, CT 06443
    (203) 245-0464
    Perreault Radiator Shop
    553 W Main St, Meriden, CT 06451
    (203) 235-9065
    Western Auto Associate Store and Service Center
    265 Main St, Terryville, CT 06786
    (860) 582-7429
    Bristol Auto Center LLC
    178 Terryville Rd, Bristol, CT 06010
    (860) 582-6551
    Radiator Store The
    120 Tolland St Ste 2, East Hartford, CT 06108
    (860) 291-9549

    Automotive radiators are sold by auto supply stores and mechanics. They are generally installed by mechanics, although some car owners may attempt the task themselves. Radiators are generally hard to repair and replacement is often recommended. However, some repairs are possible. Replacing the fan or a leaky hose may be recommended by a mechanic shop. Heater hoses may also be replaced. Fans are the most commonly replaced parts. Aftermarket radiator sales are important. Modern radiators are more complicated than older ones, with electric parts and sometimes with heaters to physically warm the engine before starting the car or truck. Most modern radiators are made of aluminum to save weight, and sometimes with a very old vehicle, the radiator may be replaced for this reason alone. Companies may also sell other cooling systems, such as oil cooling or auto air conditioning. Used radiators may be available at a considerable discount, but with the usual caveats associated with purchasing used equipment. Radiators are also used in home heating and air conditioning systems. Traditional radiators use hot water, but oil filled radiators are now common. However, radiators are now less popular than convection heaters. Traditional radiators, for example, need to be bled to release air bubbles. The heat from a radiator is controlled by valves, but can also be reduced by special paint. Some stores, however, sell parts and supplies for home radiator systems. Sales of new radiators are relatively low, however. However, there is a market for repair and reconditioning of older home heating systems. The market for automotive radiators, however, is far more significant.
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