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Radiator Support - Upper, Except RS Model
Replacement
Part Number: REPF250303
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$55.33
Product Details
Location : UpperType : Upper Tie BarRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : CM5Z8A284AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1225214Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Lower, Except Electric/RS Models
Replacement
Part Number: REPF251109
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$36.88
Product Details
Location : LowerNotes : Lower Tie BarType : Lower CrossmemberRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : CP9Z16138AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1225220Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Upper and Lower, Except Electric/RS Models
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$86.86
Product Details
Location : Upper And LowerType : Upper Tie Bar and Lower CrossmemberComponents : (1) Lower Crossmember, and (1) Upper Tie BarRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : CP9Z16138A, CM5Z8A284AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1225220, FO1225214Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Passenger, Upper Tie Bar
Replacement
Part Number: REPB250305
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$66.83
Product Details
Location : Passenger SideType : Upper Tie BarRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 13442732Replaces Partslink Number : GM1225301Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Driver, Upper Tie Bar
Replacement
Part Number: REPB250306
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$66.83
Product Details
Location : Driver SideType : Upper Tie BarRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 23168330Replaces Partslink Number : GM1225302Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Driver and Passenger, Upper Tie Bar
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPB250305
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$125.72
Product Details
Location : Driver And Passenger SideType : Upper Tie BarComponents : (2) Upper Tie BarsRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 13442732, 23168330Replaces Partslink Number : GM1225301, GM1225302Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Upper Tie Bar
Replacement
Part Number: C250308
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$79.36
Product Details
Location : UpperType : Upper Tie BarRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 4805843AKReplaces Partslink Number : CH1225200Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Lower Tie Bar
Replacement
Part Number: C251105
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$9.57
Product Details
Location : LowerNotes : Lower Tie BarType : Lower CrossmemberRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 5065240AGReplaces Partslink Number : CH1225198Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Upper and Lower Tie Bar
Replacement
Part Number: SET-C250308
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$76.73
Product Details
Location : Upper And LowerType : Upper Tie Bar and Lower CrossmemberComponents : (1) Lower Crossmember, and (1) Upper Tie BarRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 5065240AG, 4805843AKReplaces Partslink Number : CH1225198, CH1225200Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Front, Panel, Aluminum
Replacement
Part Number: B250103
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$21.45
Product Details
Type : CenterRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 51647033745Replaces Partslink Number : BM1225124Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Center, Lower, Panel, Steel
Replacement
Part Number: B251101
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$15.09
Product Details
Notes : Center PanelType : Lower CrossmemberRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 51647163462Replaces Partslink Number : BM1225114Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Crossmember, Steel
Replacement
Part Number: REPB250103
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$28.04
Product Details
Type : Upper Tie BarRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 51647033741-PFMWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Crossmember, Steel, with Front Panel Aluminum Radiator Support and Center Lower Panel Steel Radiator Support
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$61.59
Product Details
Type : AssemblyComponents : (1) Lower Crossmember, (1) Radiator Support, and (1) Upper Tie BarQuantity Sold : Set of 3Replaces OE Number : 51647033745, 51647033741-PFM, 51647163462Replaces Partslink Number : BM1225124, BM1225114Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Assembly
Replacement
Part Number: M250113
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$55.84
Product Details
Type : AssemblyRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : BP4K53110JReplaces Partslink Number : MA1225127Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Radiator Support - Center, Hood Lock Support
Replacement
Part Number: REPM250102
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$8.77
Product Details
Notes : Hood lock supportType : CenterRecommended Use : OE ReplacementQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : BP4K5215YAWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
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Radiator Support Customer Reviews

Radiator Support
Jan 22, 2020
Good excellent
Rogelio Barbosa
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Dec 15, 2019
Radiator Support
Aug 29, 2019
It was exciting what I ordered and it came on time..
Rhonda Weltner
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Aug 15, 2019

Radiator Support Guides

Ensuring the good condition of your radiator is important. Installing a new radiator support is one way of maintaining it in top shape.
Even the greatest basketball player is nothing without a dependable team. In the 2007-2008 NBA Playoffs, Kobe Bryant, the monster scoring machine from the LA Lakers, needed more than just a little support from the Spanish power forward Pau Gasol to ensure a memorable Lakers victory against the Denver Nuggets. The same principle is true for most of your car's major components. If the engine needs the engine mount to keep it in place, the radiator needs a radiator support to help keep it functioning at its best at all times.
While a radiator support may not seem important at first glance, a car's cooling system can't run without it. Otherwise, your radiator would bounce around under the hood when you travel. Aside from securing your radiator in place, this metal bracket also attaches your radiator to the side aprons and the upper and lower rails of your engine assembly frame. It keeps the radiator near your engine, which ensures that the coolant is pumped thoroughly in the engine, but far enough to protect it from the extreme heat produced by the engine's operations. Also, by locking down your radiator in place, a radiator core support helps keep the rest of your auto components aligned-particularly your fenders and hood.
No man is an island; likewise, no auto part can function on its own. So get a completely functional engine cooling system and use a replacement radiator support once your stock one gets worn out.

Radiator Support Buyer's Guide 

Summary

  • A  radiator frame is a large metal framework with circular and rectangular holes that hold the radiator in place.
  • Purchasing Individual parts of the radiator support can range from $30 to $1,300 
  • A Set of 2 is roughly $90 to $680
  • The Kit is roughly $540 to $2,500
  • A Set of 3 is roughly $130 to $540
  • Replace your radiator support to avoid possible coolant leaks and maintain a healthy radiator

 

Combustion engines need radiators to keep it from overheating. The radiator is located in front of the engine and is mounted to the car using a front radiator support. The radiator support is a reinforcement, typically made out of metal, designed to house the radiator, as well as other cooling components of the car.

 

Where is the radiator support?

The radiator support is a large black frame with round and rectangular cutouts. It holds the radiator in place. It is also where the radiator cover is mounted on. If you have to replace the radiator support, you will need to remove the headlights, grille, bumper, and header panel before you can remove it from the engine compartment. 

 

What causes a radiator support to break?

Due to its location, radiator supports are very prone to damage caused by frontal collisions. Bumping into another car or any object on the road, as well as hitting a bump hard, can end up bending the radiator support. A broken radiator support has the tendency to wrap itself around the radiator, causing the coolant to leak.

 

Do all radiator supports come as a single unit?

You can find some cars with a radiator support consisting of different parts like the upper tie bar, side panel, lower crossmember, the actual radiator frame, and center braces.

 

Upper tie bar

This is a radiator support bar that secures the top portion of the radiator assembly.

 

Side panel

The brace that attaches the radiator support to the side frame. It consists of the driver and passenger side panels.

 

Lower crossmember

This is a bar that holds the bottom portion of the radiator support.

 

Radiator frame

The rectangular cut-out or window that encases the radiator assembly.

 

Center braces

These are beams that connect the upper tie bar to the lower crossmember. It supports the radiator assembly from being thrown forward during a rear-end collision.

 

How much is a radiator support?

Prices for OE replacement radiator supports vary depending on the part design and construction along with the year make and model of your vehicle. If your radiator support consists of different parts, you will need to consider what part location needs replacement. The price ranges from around $30 to roughly $2,500, from a center brace to a complete kit.

 

If you’re looking for a certain part for a single piece radiator support assembly, prepare to dole out around $30 to $1,300. Meanwhile, a set of two like side panels and braces is priced around $90 to $680.  If you need to replace the whole radiator support assembly, there are kits that are available from $540 to $2,500.

 

Importance of replacing a broken radiator support

A broken radiator support could lead to an array of problems when not dealt with properly. For example, ignoring a bent radiator support can sometimes lead a radiator leak and eventually to the engine overheating from the lack of coolant. The damage could also affect neighboring components like the condenser, electric harnesses for the headlights, and the cooling fan system.

 

Frontal collisions can bend the radiator support bars easily, which degrades the supporting frame’s ability to hold the radiator in place. The radiator mount becomes loose and may possibly result in coolant leaks. You also need to check if there is a presence of rust build-up, as it could affect the durability of the metal frame in the long run.

Important Facts You Need to Know About Radiator Support

Overheating: it's a problem that drivers are all too familiar with. This problem is typically caused by the radiator's inability to keep engine temperatures at a manageable level. The radiator's job is to basically cool your engine and prevent it from getting too hot. It does this by passing engine coolant through the engine block, then back through the radiator where the heat is dissipated. If the radiator breaks, then your engine temperatures could reach dangerous levels, which would impede engine performance and lead to overheating. In light of this, you must ensure that your radiator is well taken care of and complete with a sturdy radiator support.

The radiator of your ride is very heavy and will require a durable support to keep it in place. The radiator support is design to protect your radiator against unwanted vibrations and engine heat, both of which could cause premature radiator damage. In addition to that, this component even controls the alignment of the fenders and the hood because it's connected to the mounting points of the horns and headlights. Most importantly, with a solid support for your radiator, you'll be able to maintain proper engine temperatures, which will help prevent overheating and boost engine performance.

Like all auto parts, your ride's stock radiator support will eventually give in to wear and tear. When this happens, your engine's main cooling component won't be able to function properly. You need not worry, though, because you can replace this busted component with a brand-new one. Aftermarket radiator supports are typically made with heavy-duty materials that enable them to carry such a heavy auto component. In addition to that, these parts come with OEM specs that guarantee a problem-free product fit and installation process. So don't waste any time; reinforce your radiator with a new and improved radiator support right away!

Learn Vital Factors of a Radiator Support to your Vehicle

Your ride generates some very extreme temperatures as you drive from one place to the next. Engines perform best when they're warm; but if their temps get too high, then they could overheat. When your engine overheats, you have no choice but to pull over and let it cool down. In order to prevent such a problem, your ride comes equipped with a handy radiator. The purpose of this component is to keep your engine cool by passing engine coolant through the engine block. This coolant is then passed back into the radiator where it loses heat into the atmosphere. If you want your radiator to operate properly, you must ensure that all its components are functional. This entails checking your thermostat, water pump, and radiator support for any signs of damage.

One component that you'll want to zero in on is the radiator support. As its name implies, this auto part is designed to support your radiator and hold it in its proper position. The support also protects the radiator against engine heat and vibrations that can hasten its wear. A radiator can be quite heavy, and that's why the support must be made of strong and durable materials. If your radiator's support component deteriorates, then radiator damage can occur prematurely. This will, in turn, open up the chances of your engine overheating.

In order to give your radiator the protection and reinforcement it needs, you should have your busted radiator support replaced with a new one right away. Spare supports are made with durable materials that will allow them to withstand the weight of the radiator as well as the heat and vibrations of the engine. In addition to that, such a component typically comes with OEM specs, granting it a precise product fit and making it rather easy to install. So don't let yourself fall victim to an overheated engine; buy a new radiator support straightaway.

The Automobile Basics: Radiator Support

If you're a big fan of off-roading, then it's highly-advised that you make sure you have a durable radiator support in your engine bay. That's because all that vibration in your engine bay caused by countless road irregularities makes it easier for your radiator to disconnect from your ride. With hardwearing and rigid upper and lower radiator supports, you can be sure that your radiator will stay in place no matter how bad the road conditions get. To support your radiator, your radiator supports connect to the various parts of your engine bay-particularly the front edges of your mudguard skirts. In the case of your upper radiator support, this component holds your radiator against your front fenders. While your lower support bolts onto the front section of your engine cooling system. These components work together in holding your radiator in position. Though built from extra tough materials like aluminum, plastic incorporated with steel, fiberglass, and steel, it's not unlikely for this component to break after years of use and abuse. When your radiator support breaks, your best recourse is to replace it immediately. In replacing your radiator supports, you'll be faced with two options. One is the support assembly, which comes with various components like a hood latch support, an upper tie bar, a crossmember (lower), and a supporting panel (side). Another option is a single component that combines two sheet metal components to form your upper and lower radiator supports. Choose the product that's compatible with your ride.

Radiator Support: Just the Facts

When it comes to cooling down your car's engine, no other part does it better than the radiator. It helps lower engine temperature through the simple process of heat exchange. As coolant flows through the engine, the fluid absorbs much of the engine block's heat. This keeps engine temperature at manageable levels, preventing the dangers of overheating.After taking heat from moving engine parts, the hot coolant returns to the radiator. The radiator is usually equipped with one to three rows of finned tubes that can hold heated coolant. The heat exchange process happens when air blown in through your vehicle's grille picks up heat from hot coolant, leaving the coolant at a lower temperature.The radiator's tubes are, however, thin and delicate. Front-end collisions can easily break these tubes, rendering the radiator useless. If you discover water dripping under your car, or you notice the engine's coolant level dropping unusually fast, then chances are good that the whole eadiator is busted.A replacement is probably due, but don't worry. Car Parts has the right stuff for you.


• Prevents engine overheating

• Designed to handle hot coolant

• Fits perfectly and last longer than stock
 

Easy Fix: Replacing the Radiator Support

The radiator support is a metal frame welded to the vehicle that keeps the radiator in place. If it's damaged, the radiator will not be stabilized, and your car will overheat. If you want to replace your old radiator support, this guide will teach you how.

Difficulty level: Moderate

What you'll need:

  • New radiator support
  • Axle Stand
  • Work table
  • Wrench
  • Socket wrench

Step 1. Open your car's hood. Then, disable your car's electrical system. Use your wrench to unhook the battery's negative or black cable.

Step 2. With your socket wrench, unscrew the bolts securing the plastic pieces under the radiator support first. Then, place the axle stand below the radiator support, so it won't fall.

Step 3. Remove the bolts holding the bumper in place. You can ask someone to help you because the bumper is heavy.

Step 4. Disconnect all wires and cables attached to the radiator support. Remove the wiring at the lower side, the cables for the hood release, and the electrical sensors for the hood and airbag system.

Step 5. Remove the bolts connecting the power steering mechanism to the radiator support.

Step 6. To fully remove the radiator support, unscrew the two bolts at the top. Once they're unscrewed, you can easily remove the radiator with the fan assembly. Place the radiator and fan assembly on the work table.

Step 7. Before you can install the new radiator support, you have to unfasten the latch from the old one first. Unscrew the bolts securing the old support, and screw them back in place on the new one.

Step 8. Once the new radiator support is secured, put the radiator and fan assembly back.

Step 9. Connect the wires and cables. Then, reattach the bumper. Your car now has a new radiator support!

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