How do you fix a plastic radiator for a 1995 Chevy Corsica?
A two part epoxy for $3.00 should do the trick, just follow the directions. I did mine two years ago and I run antifreeze/coolant.See: http://www.urethanesupply.com/radiator.html
I have a crack in mine as well with a slow leak, my mechanic on a cadillac had the same problem and had to be replaced. If you have a better answer let me know. FYI I did find one on
for $119.00 plus a little freight
I went to a radiator shop and they have a proses they use to fix them i got mine done for $50.00
sand the spot to be fixed and used some j b weld apoxy it's sold in walmart in the automotive area.let sit for 2 hours and you are good to go. Improvement done by sickofjunk JB weld is a great idea for a lot of things however getting it to bond to plastic will most likely never happen. That was the first thing i tried on my radiator too but i had no luck with…
My 1995 Chevy corsica's rocker panels are starting to rust Would I be compromising the frame to fix this?
Only the 5-speeds. You can't swap automatics without running into problems, and you can't swap an automatic for a 5-speed without modifying (and it will still throw an engine code afterward). A 1992 Corsica had a 3T40 automatic, and the 1995 Beretta had a 4T60E automatic. Your best bet is to swap in another 4T60E. It came in a lot of GM vehicles. Go to car-part.com and enter "1995 Chevy Beretta automatic transmission" in the…