I discovered that I have a small radiator leak. its on the passenger side
bottom portion. on a seam. The leak looses very little, enough to leave a
6inch damp spot under the car on days or nights when the temp goes under
30degrees.(temp above 30, no leak) Is there some type of stop leak stuff I
can add to the coolant or is the radiator up for replacement or repair?
I'm not sure how hot a radiator gets... and while I realize JB Weld has its
limits.. I'd try it out. Of course, if the radiator is old.. you could end
up getting another leak elsewhere. Make sure you let the JB Weld fully
cure... and btw, don't ever put the radiator stop leak crap in your radiator
A happy kid behind the wheel of a 98 Mustang GT
Cold air intake
FRPP 3.73 gears
Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter
Flowmaster 40 Series mufflers (self-installed woohoo)
Hi-speed fan switch
255/60R-15 rear tires
Aluminum adjustable clutch quadrant
If it was my car, there'd be a new rad in there, now. I can't speak for
anyone else but my life is a little too important to me to trust my
timetable to jerry rigged repairs.
Cooling systems deteriorate from the inside out..... (except, of course for
punctures)...... If it's getting bad in one spot, it'll be getting bad in
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