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Pontiac Radiator

Pontiac began as a company in 1893. Founded by Edward M. Murphy, then the Pontiac Buggy Company based in Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan started as a horse-drawn carriage producer. By 1907, Edward M. Murphy decided to create motor car with Oakland Motor Car Company at the same time withdrawing the carriage production. Two years later, as the horse was replaced by motor engine, General Motors bought half of Oakland in an exchange of stock and later bought the whole company.

Over the next period of years, Pontiac continued making quality and powerful cars. One of their greatest breaks was the birth of the muscle car era wherein they have created one of their very best and strongest cars. This period presented the world the capability of Pontiac to produce cars with strength, speed, style. Pontiac cars are powered by V8 engines. This era also gave the company the prestige of having the fastest engine on the planet with their 4 engine Pontiac powered the vehicle to 406 mph.
Pontiac continued to blow away the competition with their race quality vehicles in the 60s and the 70s. With their engine and proper engine parts, their vehicles went to distance. And with the importance of the engine in every Pontiac car up to the present period, the company produces high performance cooling system to level the heat of the engine. The center of this system is the auto radiator. It is considered the heart of the cooling system of the automobile and thus a very essential component of the system. auto radiator works as a heat exchanger that is used to cool an engine once it has started running. Without a properly functioning auto radiator, your GMC truck, van, or SUV is guaranteed to overheat. The engine would perform poorly and would not last that long. Along with the auto radiator fan that brings in additional air to cool the engine, the auto radiator keeps the temperature of the engine at bay.

Some common problems of the auto radiator are leaks and cracks. It is often caused by caused by corrosion and split seams which can be related to poor maintenance, vibration, wrong connection, mechanical stress, and collision damage. To avoid this, regular inspection of the car auto radiator in needed. Cleaning by hosing with water is another practical way to keep the auto radiator in good condition. By doing so, the overheating can be avoided and auto radiators can last for extended time.

Pontiac Radiator Models