most car radiators are copper
or aluminum and plastic.
The car engine radiator.
The radiator is made of copper because copper transfers heat very well.
question- what was the car without a radiator? well it's probly a car without a stinking radiator,,,
Older vehicles had copper and steel radiators, newer vehicles are made of aluminum and plastic.
yes, a car radiator can be fixed in a repair shop
When a car is hot, keep the car running and add water to the radiator. When a car is cold, you can simply put the water into the radiator.
When your radiator fails in a car, your car will overheat. Sometimes it will explode with steam. Usually you lose your radiator coolant. Often you will have to replace your radiator.
The parts that are needed to fix a car radiator depends on what is wrong with the radiator. It would be best to have the radiator fixed by a professional.
a radiator core support
They used to be copper and steel but now they are made of aluminum and plastic.
passanger side of the car on my 1998, it is made of plastic so becareful not to force it or it will snap off and you will be replacing your radiator
Remove radiator from the vehicle and have it boiled out and refurbished by a radiator shop...