Looks like that is a plastic tank type.
If your handy you might drain out the coolant and dry it out and using
an epoxy, and something like polyester mesh like for silkscreens you might
to stop the leak.
At www.kragen.com seems to be about $160 for a radiator.
Difference is 1 or 2 rows of tubes.
I loaded www.radiator.com into my browser and they have a radiator for like
lowest cost. I mean I don't know if a leak in a plastic radiator can be
are low cost enough, to get a new one. Seems to depend if it has air
conditioning 1 or 2 row
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