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1988-1990 GMC S15 Radiator - Replacement - Direct Fit

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RADIATOR, 1-ROW, BRAND NEW

  • 26.25 x 15.06 x 1.25 in. core size
  • 1.31 in. inlet size, 1.56 in. outlet size
  • 2.38 x 16.5 in. top header; 2.17 x 16.5 in. bottom header
  • Aluminum core, plastic tank
    • Core Dimensions: 26.25 x 15 x 1.25 in.
    • Number of Rows: 1
    • Product Fit: Direct Fit
    • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
    • Tank Material: Plastic
    • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
    • Automatic Transmission Cooler: Yes
    • Core Material: Aluminum
    • Engine Oil Cooler: Yes
    • Inlet Location: Top left
    • Inlet Size: 1.31 in.
    • Notes: 2.38 x 16.5 in. top header; 2.17 x 16.5 in. bottom header
    • Outlet Location: Bottom right
    • Outlet Size: 1.56 in.
    • Replaces DPI Number: 705
    • Replaces OE Number: 52450026
    • Replaces Partslink Number: GM3010406
    • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
    • Fit note: With Engine Oil Cooler
    This product fits the following GMC S15 submodels
    • 1988-1990: Base; 6 Cyl 4.3L;
    • 1988-1990: High Sierra; 6 Cyl 4.3L;
    • 1988-1990: Sierra Classic; 6 Cyl 4.3L;
    • 1988-1988: Gypsy; 6 Cyl 4.3L;

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    Simplicity by , February 4, 2014

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    Fast and easy ordering. Item came well packed and secured.


    just problems by Mav, February 1, 2009

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    Upon installation there was a transmission fluid leak. Come to find out the threads in the radiator fitting did not go deep enough to permit the flare nut to bear down on the tubes flared end. I have had the radiator out twice to weld leaks in the aluminum which apears to be lighter gage than the original.