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Dodge Radiator

The heat from the controlled ignition of diesel or gasoline in an engine's cylinders needs to be dissipated safely to prevent an engine from getting too hot. The Dodge auto radiator provides a simple and elegant solution to the need for engine cooling. Your car auto radiator is the primary cooling mechanism for your engine. By passing a cooler liquid through the engine, the Dodge auto radiator transfers heat from the metal of the engine block to the liquid. The hot liquid coolant then passes out of the engine and needs to be cooled.

That's where your Dodge auto radiator comes in: by passing the hot coolant through the cool metal grate of the auto radiator, a large amount of heat can be dissipated quickly. Every Dodge auto radiator, whether it is Dodge Dakota auto radiator or Dodge Caravan auto radiator or Dodge Neon auto radiator, will have the same mounting points, hose attachment points, and high quality as your original Dodge auto radiator. Plus the cooling ability of a new Dodge auto radiator will have your car running like it did off the showroom floor--no more watching the temperature gauge on hot summer days.
 
Maintain your Dodge auto radiator and cooling system. This is important for keeping your car in good working order. A vehicle's engine produces a lot of excess heat, enough to quickly damage or destroy the engine it if is not properly cooled by the cooling system. Just like going to the dentist for a check-up, you should regularly take your vehicles in for auto radiator maintenance. This should be done at least once every two years, especially if your Dodge vehicle is more than five years old. When you take your vehicle in for a auto radiator and coolant system check-up regularly, your auto radiator will last for a long time.

  • Closer Look at Dodge Radiator 11 October 2012

    The Dodge radiator is an important part of your engine's cooling system -- without it, your engine is susceptible to overheating, placing other engine systems and components in danger of being damaged or even destroyed. Heat is your engine's best friend and it's worst enemy'without it, your car won't start; but unregulated heat levels will leave you stranded on the side of the road with a steaming engine. A mix of coolant, or antifreeze, and water moves through your engine via the cooling system, cooling it down by taking up excessive engine heat, and then moving to the Dodge radiator, pushed through the radiator hose by the power of the water pump. The radiator receives the scorching coolant and lowers it's temperature by circulating it through its winding tubing. Intentionally designed with a wide, flat surface area and positioned behind the grill of your vehicle, the radiator makes contact with the rush of oncoming air as your vehicle propels forward, thus cooling the antifreeze. After it's been cooled, it is delivered back to the engine where the whole process repeats itself. Because unregulated heat is a potential enemy to your engine, you should check your Dodge radiator regularly to avoid engine overheating. The first and most obvious sign of radiator problems is that your dashboard gauge will indicate that your engine is overheating by displaying a red zone. Over time, radiator problems may include antifreeze leaking out of your Dodge radiator. When your leak is small and new you may be able to keep the situation under control by refilling your fluid frequently, but eventually the leaking will progress to the point that you need a new Dodge radiator. When that time comes, you can order your new Dodge radiator online, through our securely encrypted site, or with a fast toll-free phone call. Order your Dodge radiator with us today and avoid having to call a tow truck tomorrow.