A new radiator.
the drain plug (which is plastic) is a couple of inches from the bottom of the radiator on the passenger side of the vehicle. You may have to buy a replacement plug beforehand in case it doesn't seal properly after reinstalling it. Do this when the car is cool and dont run cold water into a hot block. Also, don't leave it running after it drains (obviously!)
the thermostat is on the lower radiator hose next to block. the thermostat is all one piece when you buy it at the store. it has 2 bolts.
No you cant buy the seal of orichalcos,you can only get them from upper deck members,when you beat a upper deck member,you get the seal of orichalcos.
You can buy a Seal of Orichalcos card. You will have to look for it on sites like eBay though.
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.
Buy it off eBay dik hed
Most department stores should carry them. NoNonsense is another place online that sells metallic tights.
take the cap off and check this look under the cap and see if the rubber seal is broken or it looks worn but if in doubt replace it a mechanic has tool for connecting to radiator to check cap pressure. but if you think radiator cap is the problem, just buy a new one they cost under 10 bucks. if that is the problem, it is sure cheaper than going to a mechanic
You can buy one of several products from your local auto parts store that will stop a small leak in the front of the radiator... Now If you are mechanically inclined you can also mark where the hole is at and then drain and remove the radiator.. Once you do this you can clean the area around the pinhole and use a soldering gun and some 60/40 solder to permanantly seal the hole...
If you mean a freeze plug, that is usually in the engine block, not in the radiator. Maybe you mean a clogged radiator. If that is the case. First you would flush it out with water. You can remove the hose from the bottom. Then reattach the hose and add water and a chemical radiator flush product that you can buy from the auto supply store. Drive for about an hour of more. Then flush out the radiator again. Refill the radiator with water and see if your engine runs cool enough. If all that does still does not work go to a radiator shop and have them rod it out. If they can't do that, you may have to put in a new radiator. Good luck. One more thing. You may also want to check the thermostat.
I would order it from the manufacturer.
It all depends on what size engine you have in it, if you have a 383 or larger I would get a 3 or 4 core radiator, a radiator shop can use your old radiator tanks and build you a new radiator pretty cheap.
When the current one is leaking or plugged.
Take your car into a shop that does radiator flushes or buy a radiator flush kit from autozone or advanced auto stores you just need the cleaner and a hose
Nowhere because no such salt or mineral block exists.
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You should probably just buy different meat.
buy the universal fluid at your local automotive store.
if u do it urself n buy the radiator for liek 120-150 bucks