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Radiators & Engine Cooling

The radiator protects against engine damage caused by overheating. If your radiator is past its prime or got damaged in a wreck, call RAW Auto Parts.

Replace your car's radiator with a used one in Winter Haven & Bartow, FLWe sell high-quality radiator and engine cooling parts for foreign and domestic cars, vans, SUVs, and light-duty trucks.

Parts we sell include Radiator, Fan Clutch, Engine Cooling Motor, Fan Shroud, Fan Blade, Intercooler, Oil Cooler, Overflow Bottle, Misc. Rad. / Engine Cooling Parts.

Common Signs You Need to Replace Your Vehicle’s Radiator

It can be tough to know when your vehicle’s radiator or other engine components are nearing the end of their lifespan, but here are some red flags to watch for.

Overheating Engine: If your engine frequently overheats, a failing radiator could be to blame. Overheating can cause significant damage, including warped or bent pistons and a cracked engine block.

Coolant Leaks: Puddles of coolant under the car or constantly topping off the coolant typically point to a radiator leak. This can happen if the radiator suffered internal damage and can’t hold coolant like when it was new.

Corrosion or Damage: Visible signs of corrosion, rust, or physical damage indicate that you should consider replacing the radiator.

Discolored Coolant: Does the coolant look sludgy or rusty? If so, it typically means the radiator has internal damage and needs to be replaced.

High Temperature Gauge: If your car “runs hot” it could mean the radiator isn’t doing its job at cooling the engine. Check with your mechanic to determine if the gauge is faulty or if the radiator is the problem.

Cracked or Collapsed Radiator Hoses

Damaged hoses can negatively affect the radiator’s performance. If the hoses are cracked or collapsed, the entire radiator may need to be replaced.

Sell your old car in Auburndale FL & Polk County FL

The average lifespan of a car radiator is between 5-10 years, but it’s not uncommon for them to need repairing or replacing sooner.

The best way to maximize the radiator’s lifespan is to flush the coolant system according to the manufacturer’s recommendation. Also, get into the habit of checking your radiator fluid levels and top them off if necessary.

Let RAW Auto Parts Help

RAW Auto Parts is here to help you find the right part for whatever project you’re working on. Whether it’s replacing a dead radiator or wanting to upgrade your car’s performance, our knowledgeable staff can help.

We’re a family company that has been in operation since 2019. We sell high-quality auto parts at discount prices.

Come visit us at 805 Old Winter Haven Rd, Auburndale, FL, or call (863) 875-7518. ¡Se habla español!