Is Radiator Sealant Safe for Cars?

Answer Radiator sealant is a liquid mixture that is poured directly into a radiator to stop leaks in an automobile's cooling system. When used according to the sealant's manufacturer recommendations, radi... Read More »

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How to Add a Radiator Sealant?

Liquid radiator sealant is a simple solution to a leaking radiator. Radiator sealant will repair pin holes and small cracks quickly. When compared to paying a mechanic for the same type of service,... Read More »

How Does Radiator Sealant Work?

If your vehicle's radiator is leaking, a radiator sealant may help you stop the leak. Sealants will not work on large cracks or cracks in the radiator seams, but they can plug smaller cracks and ho... Read More »

Survey: "Green" cars or Safe cars?

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Do nitro Top Fuel cars have a radiator?

They do not use a radiator or water. Instead, the engine's special fuel and the intake of supercharged air become the coolants. Top Fuel (the most powerful classification in drag racing) typically ... Read More »