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SCITOO Radiator Compatible with 2003-2008 for Forester CU2674

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SCITOO Radiator Compatible with 2003-2008 for Forester CU2674

Product description

What is function of a radiator?
The radiator is an essential part in an engine cooling system. When the engine is in use, it produces a lot of friction and heat. A radiator is responsible for preventing the vehicle engine from overheating. The radiator is connected to the engine with channels through which a liquid (engine coolant) is pumped. The circulating coolant receives the combustion heat and has to cool down by the radiator. The radiator has a series of thin channels where the coolant flows through. By a continuous air flow the coolant is cooled down. This results in a constant engine temperature and prevents the engine from overheating. The radiator is placed in the front of the vehicle, often attached to other heat exchangers, such as the intercooler or condenser.
Whether it concerns complete brazed or mechanical radiators, flat fin cores or serpentine cores, customers can always rely on high quality products engineered and manufactured by SCITOO.

Applications:
2003-2008 Forester 2.5L

Package Included:
1 Pcs Radiator

Note:
1.Project operation, the vehicle normal temperature 60 to 80 degrees.
2.Add detergent if the tank is too full can take some antifreeze.

SCITOO Radiator Compatible with 2003-2008 for Forester CU2674

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