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misplaced radiator cap - buy a new onecross threaded radiator cap - take off and put on properlyhole in radiator - drain the radiator of coolant, solder the hole closed, refill the radiator.worn-out water pump - buy and install a new or rebuilt one.hole in radiator hose - buy and install a new one.
Weak solder joint when mfg.? Excessive water pressure due to: 1) Bad radiator cap 2) Plugged radiator 3) Thermostat not opening 4) By-pass hose crimped or plugged 5) Leaking head gasket(s) Possibly the radiator hose was weak. So in other words, a bad radiator hose.
Hi I've seen some pro's solder a radiator up, but because of the thinness of the vanes it probably isn't something you might do yourself. However a trip to Pep Boys or Auto Zone will turn up at least three or four product that you pour into your radiator and, unless you have Niagara Falls coming out of there, they have a reasonable chance of sealing it from the inside. Personally I have used one called Barr's, but that might not be available in the States. Phil
Yes, usually no problem. If you know how to solder, then solder away.
In some solder it is. But even if it is in the solder you should still use flux.
Yes, solder is conductive.
There are radiator sealants available at many auto parts stores. I personally have never been able to get them to work though another good way to seal a leak if it is on the aluminum part of the radiator is to solder it with silver solder. However, in general the only real solution is a new radiator. if your in a bind and your desperate and just so happen to have eggs available keep in mind that you can throw a couple of them in your radiator when its still warm and the eggs will cook and when they do they will fill the cracks a little so you can limp it somewhere, no racing.. hope this helps... oh ya do this while its running for those of you with less common sense than us other people
Not very easily, the metal is too thin. I have seen radiator repair shops use a two part epoxy to repair leaks though.
Yes: flux core solder is. No: acid core solder is not.
Solder is a metallic alloy
Solder is a metallic alloy
solder is use for to make jewles
Depends on the kind of solder.
I only know four: Cold solder joint Too mush solder Not enough solder and a Bridge
To de-solder there are two ways: 1. Use a solder sucker (a tool that practically just sucks in air), to use it melt the solder whit the soldering iron and then place the solder sucker next to the melted unwanted solder and use the solder sucker to suck it off. 2. (I prefer this one) Use a strip of copper, simply place the strip of copper on the solder and then place the soldering iron on top of the copper. The heat will transfer to the solder and melt it, so (when the solder is still partly melted) just pull the copper strip and the solder should come with it. NOTE: do not touch the copper strip with your hands it will burn you.
A reel of solder used for joining electrical circuits together on circuit boards. Solder is made of a mixture of tin and lead and sometimes has has flux (a form of acid) in the core of the solder to ensure a clean surface for the solder to flow into.
Yes. solder is very flexible and soft.
Solder is a mixture that im sure of.
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95/5 is legal solder in usa
The solder wont stick.
SN63BS is SN63 in Bar Solder form