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1995-1997 Mercedes Benz C36 AMG Radiator - Replacement - Natural, Direct Fit

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RADIATOR, 2-ROW, BRAND NEW

  • 24.31 x 16.44 x 1.63 in. core size
  • 1.5 in. inlet size and 1.5 in. outlet size
  • 2.63 x 18.63 in. top header; 2.63 x 18.63 in. bottom header
  • Aluminum core and plastic tank
    • Number of Rows: 2
    • Core Dimensions: 24.31 x 16.44 x 1.63 in.
    • Configuration: 24 x 16 in. core
    • Color/Finish: Natural
    • Product Fit: Direct Fit
    • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
    • 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: No
    • Inlet Location: Top Driver side
    • Inlet Size: 1.5 in.
    • Notes: 2.63 x 18.63 in. top header; 2.63 x 18.63 in. bottom header
    • Outlet Location: Bottom Driver Side
    • Outlet Size: 1.5 in.
    • Replaces DPI Number: 1845
    • Replaces OE Number: 2025004103
    • Replaces Partslink Number: MB3010104
    • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
    This product fits the following Mercedes Benz C36 AMG submodels
    • 1995-1997: Base; 6 Cyl 3.6L;

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97 MBZ C280 radiator by planenuts, November 5, 2014

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#1)The radiator has plastic tanks per OE on the sides. The alignment of the injection mold die halves is poor creating a ridge on the length of the bottom spigot. No matter how much torque I applied to the hose clamp water leaked along the ridgeline. The solution was to use a strip of emery paper to shoe-shine the ridge away. Not easy with the radiator installed. For good measure I buttered up the spigot with hi-temp RTV silicone to fill any voids before sliding the hose on.#2) Radiator was missing the captive nut at aft bottom center that receives the power steering line hose clamp bolt.These two un-noticed defects doubled the time to install the radiator because of inaccessability.