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How can you fix a radiator crack the crack is at the top of the radiator on plastic it is not big in length nor width?

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what should i use to fix a small crack on top of radiator. on a 1998 ford ranger what should i use to fix a small crack on top of radiator. on a 1998 ford ranger

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