Radiator Overheated. Where to buy from? Advice much appreciated.

Asked by Dec 06, 2010 at 08:00 PM about the 2006 Hyundai Elantra GLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello all.

First things first, I own a 2006 Hyundai Elantra GLS (2.0L L4, automatic transmission, salvage title)

Just yesterday, my car overheated on me. Knowing a bit about cars, I shifted my focus to the radiator, which was in fact the cause of the problem. Upon inspecting this part, I noticed that the part showed signs of coolant leakage as well as damaged fins. I decided to buy a replacement online, and after looking around for a bit I've narrowed it down to two vendors that I particularly liked. Before I take the next step of purchasing the part, I'd like to know if either company is in fact legitimate. I've been scammed in the past by seemingly legit companies, and I can't afford for it to happen again. Has anyone ever dealt with either

http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/details/QQHyundaiQQElantraQQBehrQQRadiatorQQ20012006QQBEH376762121.html?apwcid=P1135867996W43b3f85c7ab9e&apwidQ1hf3qT
or
http://www.radiatorspot.com/hyundai/elantra/radiators.html#MjM3NDE

Thanks in advance.

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You might want to check if you didnt blow a head gasket first, but you can get them cheap from a junkyard, and or local auto part stores. Autozone,advance auto parts, orielys auto parts, pep boys.

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