Well it sounds like you got the old one out. So logic dictates that you purchase a New Replacement you may even have a choice Same Plastic or Metal. Good Luck and Remember.
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It is on the inside bottom right corner of the radiator. Towards the engine. It will be a plastic drain cock. It is hard to see, but it is there,
The sensors are located at the bottom of the radiator supports. You have to remove the plastic windshield at the bottom (4 simple bolts). At the bottom you'll see the yellow plugs, small wire harness to on each side of the radiator
If the radiator tanks are plastic you will have to replace the radiator.
If you mean the plastic overflow tank, replace it. If you mean the plastic tanks on either side of the radiator core, replace the radiator.
1. Place a drain pan of sufficient capacity under the radiator and open the petcock (drain) on the radiator. è Plastic petcocks easily bind. Before opening a plastic radiator petcock, spray it with some penetrating lubricant. 2. Drain the cooling system completely. 3. Close the petcock. 4. Remove the drain pan.
the radiator itself is either aluminum or copper only the tanks are plastic
A new radiator.
Usually a radiator is made of metal. Plastic can not take the pressure. A hole can be fixed by welding. A radiator shop can tell you for sure.
Nunchucks can certainly be made completely our of plastic. The plastic must be a very hard plastic, though. They can be made from wood, metal, or plastic.
replace the radiator correct, the radiator is junk.
The plastic shroud behind the radiator usually covering the fan blades
It's an aluminum radiator with plastic tanks.
Plastic petcock shaped like a T. it will be on the passenger side of the radiator facing the rear of the truck.Be careful when draining as to not burn yourself. Also try to catch the coolant in a tub or something so animals dont drink it. It will cause them immediate death.
Aluminum core, plastic side tanks.
By replacing the radiator. I've seen people use JB Plastic Weld and it only holds up for a few weeks.
If the radiator cracks on top or bottom (bolth sides are plastic) ........ replace the radiator, can't be properly repaired.
Yes it is the cap on the plastic radiator fill tank
On top of the radiator under a black plastic shield.
plastic valve on driver side on inside of radiator
Bottom of the radiator. In most cases you have to remove the plastic splash guards that run under the radiator.
plastic bezel that holds the three lighter in the dash of my 99 suburban clip on?
No. Over the years, being a mechanic, I've tried every imaginable attempt at repairing the plastic and nothing has held. REPLACE THE RADIATOR. Usually radiator shops have the best prices.
On my 91 it is metal (copper, or an alloy I believe?), although I have never heard of a plastic radiator.
Aluminum core with plastic side tanks.