The main job of your radiator is to keep your vehicle's engine cool while it is running. It gets very hot under the hood of your vehicle. Overheating can cause lasting damage to your engine. Coolant runs through the engine block, is heated and then goes through the radiator where it is cooled and then returned to the engine. Be sure to keep an eye on your check engine warning lights, as this could signal a problem with the radiator. Another sign there might be a problem is engine overheating. Along with the original radiator in your GM vehicle, the cooling system is made of several other vital components. What might seem like a problem with the OEM radiator, might actually be caused by a malfunction with another part. Consider inspecting the water pump, thermostat, cooling fans, pressure cap, heater core, hoses and overflow tank as well. With your genuine radiator replacement, you might also need some of these components. Thankfully, when you shop directly here at Go GM Parts, you can find all of these elements that perfectly fit your car, truck or SUV. Don't forget to also order the hardware you require for installation.
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