Your Audi radiator is an essential part of your vehicle cooling system. Without your Audi radiator performing it cooling tasks, your vehicle would not run at all, as most of us have experienced at one time or another with the overheating of an engine. Overheating is nothing to take lightly, as it can cause harm to a variety of parts in the engine, as the overwhelming heat produced by the combustion system has the power to melt seals and warp metals, thus destroying parts. The Audi radiator, when working as it should, serves to keep this powerful heat under control by dissipating it harmlessly out into the air. As the coolant flows through the engine, pushed by the water pump, it absorbs the heat produced by the combustion system. The coolant continues its journey through the cooling system, moving into the Audi radiator, where it is cooled by the metal that radiator is made of, which has its surface area increased by many fins, absorbing the heat that it carries. The air that passes through the grille, behind which the Audi radiator is located, assists in the cooling process when the vehicle is in motion. Over time, as the fins break off or the delicate tubing inside of the Audi radiator becomes clogged with rust particles and other debris, the Audi radiator may become less and less able to perform effectively, until, finally, total failure occurs. When the time comes to replace your Audi radiator, you'll be able to find an affordable replacement of high quality in our online catalog, readily available and safe and easy to order, whether you choose to place your order online or via our toll-free telephone number.