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Old 19 Feb 2004, 04:16 pm
Gondo
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Default 95 Accord EX - can Toyo radiator replace Nippondenso?

I need to replace the radiator in my 95 Accord EX Wagon, 4-cylinder, auto.
transmission. The factory radiator is a Nippondenso. A local used parts
dealer has a used Toyo model with low mileage, but tells me it won't fit
because of the different fan placement. My mechanic says the Toyo should
work okay and I heard that from someone else.

So will the Toyo work? Thanks for any recommendations!

-Gondo


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