Can a 2000 LincolnTown Car Signature cooling radiator be repaired?

Asked by Apr 29, 2013 at 12:07 PM about the 2000 Lincoln Continental 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Where is this radiator located? And just how much will it cost to repair this thing. Thanks for any help you can give me ....

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In front of the engine, some radiators can be reapired/resoldered depending on the failure. But a new one is probably around the same cost of buying new one. $100 to repair vs maybe $150 for a new one. Tack on labor, collant, hoses and tax on top of that. Call a couple of local shops to get some quotes.

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yeah, it is in the front on a Lincoln for gods sake. but if you think you would want to try and yank this thing and replace,give a yell! we,ll be happy to walk ya, thru this challenge

Thanks Tom, I asked where it was located because I was told the dash board had to be taken out ,the whole thing to get to this radiator!!!!

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