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Old 07 Jul 2004, 01:34 pm
David Reid
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Default 95 Integra Radiator

Hey,

How much have people for a radiator replacement? It's an RS, so no A/C. I
live canada, so let me know what currency you're quoting in.

Thanks,
david



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Old 07 Jul 2004, 03:08 pm
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"David Reid" <dreid_nospam@remove_no_spam_mechtronix.ca> wrote in message
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> Hey,
>
> How much have people for a radiator replacement? It's an RS, so no A/C. I
> live canada, so let me know what currency you're quoting in.
>
> Thanks,
> david
>
>
>



Had a raditaor replaced ~4 years ago on my '92 Integra, & if I remember
right, it was under $200 (USD), and I think there was a few other things
done, too. So, IME, it was manageable, being under or around 2 bills.


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Old 07 Jul 2004, 09:15 pm
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> > Hey,
> >
> > How much have people for a radiator replacement? It's an RS, so no A/C. I
> > live canada, so let me know what currency you're quoting in.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > david



I replaced my rad last summer. I can't remember the exact price as I
replaced a few hoses and the thermostat at that time, but I think it was
below $200 CND (rad only, iI did the job myself). My car is a 90 RS.

Note that I could not get a rad for my manual transmission car. The only
aftermarket rad I could get is one for auto transmission Integras, with
the ATF cooler in it. I was told they don't stock the manual
transmission rad anymore, as the auto one fits both cars. So I put the
auto one in, and everything is fine.

Carl
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Old 08 Jul 2004, 02:41 pm
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Default Re: 95 Integra Radiator

Put one on my brother's '95 Accord last week. Part was 100 bucks U.S.
and it took two small clamps on the cooler lines too. bob

carl@spamfree.ca wrote:
>
> > > Hey,
> > >
> > > How much have people for a radiator replacement? It's an RS, so no A/C. I
> > > live canada, so let me know what currency you're quoting in.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > david

>
> I replaced my rad last summer. I can't remember the exact price as I
> replaced a few hoses and the thermostat at that time, but I think it was
> below $200 CND (rad only, iI did the job myself). My car is a 90 RS.
>
> Note that I could not get a rad for my manual transmission car. The only
> aftermarket rad I could get is one for auto transmission Integras, with
> the ATF cooler in it. I was told they don't stock the manual
> transmission rad anymore, as the auto one fits both cars. So I put the
> auto one in, and everything is fine.
>
> Carl

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Old 20 Aug 2004, 03:55 pm
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'95 Civic. Did the work myself $89 USD.

DGB

"David Reid" <dreid_nospam@remove_no_spam_mechtronix.ca> wrote in message
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> Hey,
>
> How much have people for a radiator replacement? It's an RS, so no A/C. I
> live canada, so let me know what currency you're quoting in.
>
> Thanks,
> david
>
>
>



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Old 23 Aug 2004, 11:23 am
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On 2004-07-08 15:41:01 -0400, "N.E.Ohio Bob" <rgstroud@neo.rr.com> said:

> Put one on my brother's '95 Accord last week. Part was 100 bucks U.S.
> and it took two small clamps on the cooler lines too. bob
>
> carl@spamfree.ca wrote:
>>
>>>> Hey,
>>>>
>>>> How much have people for a radiator replacement? It's an RS, so no A/C. I
>>>> live canada, so let me know what currency you're quoting in.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> david

>>
>> I replaced my rad last summer. I can't remember the exact price as I
>> replaced a few hoses and the thermostat at that time, but I think it was
>> below $200 CND (rad only, iI did the job myself). My car is a 90 RS.
>>
>> Note that I could not get a rad for my manual transmission car. The only
>> aftermarket rad I could get is one for auto transmission Integras, with
>> the ATF cooler in it. I was told they don't stock the manual
>> transmission rad anymore, as the auto one fits both cars. So I put the
>> auto one in, and everything is fine.
>>
>> Carl



$150 CDN bought me an aluminum rad for my 95 del sol vtec from
mississauga radiators. installation was very simple. simple bolt on
affair. but careful when working with the coolant, very toxic. wear
rubbergloves. i had a mask and rubbergloves, and still had a brutal
headache for a day.

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