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Old 05-07-2005, 12:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I need to purchase a new radiator for my 97 528i, I was searching around and I found one for about $150. Could I find any universal ones any where or what? ANy cheaper?
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You could probably use one from a Honda Civic... but you would have to fabricate the mounts, piping etc... not worth it.

That's pretty cheap for a rad.

btw. make sure it fits your car... if your car is manual, one from a automatic can work (u'll just have a spare hose coming off of it), but one from a manual will NOT work on automatics... it will burn your tranny up as it doesnt have the proper hook ups.
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