About GM Radiator
Technically, radiator is a device that stops your engine from being overheat. In other word, when the engine is working, the engine generates a huge heat, and the radiator delivers the heat form the hot coolant to the air. For most of GM modern car, the radiator is made of aluminum. The radiator is located under the hood and next to the engine. Since you already know where it is, open your car’s hood and check if there is enough fluid in it. The fluid inside is called coolant that makes your engine cool down. If there is no enough coolant in it, and when you driving your car with the engine overheat, and this does an unpredictable damage to your engine. After you know the location and method to check, if you radiator is not ready for work, you may need to find a new one to replace it. You can find a satisfying GM OEM radiator here with a shocking discounted price.