Heater cores transfer heat from the engine's cooling system to the inside of the vehicle. Thermostat housing and water outlets are connections that transfer coolant between the radiator and the engine block and generally house the thermostat.
- Designed to meet/exceed OE fit, form and function
- Durability tested on every new design
- 100% leak tested
- Constructed with quality, durable materials
If you are experiencing unexplained or reoccurring heater core leaks, or notice dark spots on your failed heater core, test your coolant for Electrolysis
. If detected, correct the source of the problem before replacing your failed heater core to prevent repeat failure.
Cooling System Maintenance | Tips & Tools
Premature Heater Core failure is often caused by poor Cooling System maintenance. Protect your engine and maximize system performance with simple preventative maintenance:
- Completely drain and flush the system using Cooling System Flush. Flushing the system is critical to prevent system contamination and failure.
- Consider replacing the Heater Hoses (and Hose Clamps), Thermostat and Radiator Cap as part of routine preventative maintenance. Rust and debris from degrading parts can clog the Heater Core and Radiator, and lead to costly engine damage.
- Refill Radiator with fresh Coolant / Antifreeze according to the volume and formula specified in your Owner's Manual. Inspect levels and condition every year.
Tech Tip: Electrolysis in Heat Exchange Products
|OEM / Interchange Numbers: 3091316, 3949254, 52452915, 52452918, 52467018, 52467186, 8231250, 8901973|
Warranty Information:12 Months