Your engine needs to avoid overheating to keep working right. What does the best job of helping it stay relatively cool? Your factory Honda radiator. But how do car radiators work? It all starts with coolant. This fluid's job: to absorb the heat your engine produces as it runs. It does so while flowing through a radiator hose and between an inlet and outlet. As it travels, a radiator cap condenses it. This helps the coolant absorb as much heat as it can. The fins on your radiator core then expel the heat, and a fan scatters it. The result: an engine that works better and lasts longer. When a radiator goes bad, though, you can start to see all sorts of problems, like HVAC malfunctions and engine overheats, if not outright engine failure. Luckily, the signs are easy to recognize. The most obvious is fin damage. Other symptoms of radiator failure range from abnormal engine noise and sludgy coolant to the sweet, syrupy smell of ethylene glycol, which indicates coolant leakage. If you think you have radiator problems, take a look at your temperature gauge first. It'll let you know if your engine's too hot. Then, run an inspection. If it calls for radiator replacement, avoid aftermarket radiators. Our auto parts store has the best solution: a genuine Honda radiator. Your OEM designs them specifically for its models, guaranteeing they'll work together. Check a big DIY project off your to-do list -- order online today!
Part Number: 19010-P03-505
Replaces: 19010-P01-003, 19010-P01-013, 19010-P03-305, 19010-P03-901, 19010-P03-903, 19010-P08-003, 19010-P08-013, 19010-P1Z-A01, 19010-P28-A01, 19010-P28-A03, 19010-P28-C01, 19010-P2C-903, 19010-P2J-013, 19010-P2K-013
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