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Spectra Complete Radiator CU2387
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To allow room for the occurring thermal expansion, OE clevis pins are included where it is required
To reduce stress on the headers and prevent warping during thermal expansion, stress cuts are made to the side rails
Increased tube wall thickness for durability and longevity
Manufactured with high quality material for extended durability
Subject to aging and endurance testing to validate performance under extreme weather conditions
Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium radiators meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment radiators they replace. That extends to all components, including engine and transmission. The complete radiator offers maximum cooling efficiency. No modifications required for proper fit..
From the manufacturer
Designed and engineered in North America, Spectra Premium Radiators are made from the highest grade of materials.
A single piece of high tensile strength aluminum is transformed throughout the manufacturing process into a complete radiator ready to be installed to fit perfectly.
Under the ISO 9001 quality framework implemented by a highly-trained workforce, this complete manufacturing assembly ensures that all our radiator models meet or exceed OE standards for fit, form, and function.
Our radiators feature state-of-the-art packaging designed to protect the radiator during shipping. This ensures that the radiator is delivered in pristine condition and gives the customer peace of mind that their radiator will perform as promised.
Rigorous In-House Testing
Pressurized and leak-tested to ensure a leak-free design
Subjected to extreme hot and cold temperatures for many cycles
High-temperature oven test and sub-zero freezer test
Must withstand pressure build-up and release during tens of thousands of cycles
Warning Signs Before Repair
Deposits in the coolant
Reducing coolant level
Caution During Replacement
Coolant is very hot after use, allow time for the vehicle to cool down
Coolant is very toxic, do not ingest
Never leave a coolant uncovered
Always dispose of waste coolant at an authorized facility
Do not disconnect high-pressure A/C lines of the condenser
Installation Steps Summary
Always refer to the specific repair manual before service
Drain previous radiator; disconnect hoses and lines, then remove radiator
Place new radiator in the car and reconnect lines and fittings (torque to specification)
Perform a complete flush of the cooling system to remove traces of old coolant
Fill the cooling system using 50/50 coolant/distilled water mix
Perform annual cooling system maintenance
Verify the presence of electrolysis by testing the presence of current on the radiator
Use test strips to determine acidity, to prevent corrosion
Do not mix different types of coolant
Boucherville, Canada Headquarters
Heating And Cooling Products
Spectra Premium manufactures exceptional aftermarket cooling system parts, including the first and only CAPA-Certified radiators and high-performance all-aluminum racing radiators. Using only the highest grade of material in production, cooling system parts undergo performance, endurance and leak tests to ensure they meet or exceed OE specifications for fit, form and function.
About Spectra Premium Industries
Trust your vehicle to Spectra Premium
Headquartered in Boucherville, Quebec, Canada. Spectra Premium is a team of more than 1,300 dedicated employees specialized in the design, manufacturing and distribution of cooling systems, fuel delivery, ignition and engine management, climate control, and undercar components for automotive vehicles as well as light and heavy trucks.
The Company owns and operates five manufacturing plants, 16 warehouses and a distribution network in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
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