Your car requires a lot of power to move. As a result of all that power, a lot of heat builds up in your engine. There is enough heat to cause internal harm and completely shut down the vehicle. The purpose of the radiator is to keep the inner components of your car at safe temperatures to prevent costly damages. Radiators use conduction and a coolant fluid to transfer heat from inside the car to the air. If your car frequently overheats, you may need to check your radiator and replace the coolant or make repairs to the system as a whole. Signs of a failing radiator include leaking coolant, overheating, visible sludge, or low coolant. How long do they typically last? About 8 to 10-years. For a consistent level of quality that's sure to last, experts suggest using genuine factory parts designed specifically for your GM car, truck, or SUV. While aftermarket options exist, they rarely match the fit and finish of an OEM part straight from the factory. If you own a GM vehicle, look no further than GM Auto Parts Nationwide. Feel free to browse through our extensive inventory and have your order sent straight to your door.
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