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HELP!!!! Is this the right radiator? O'Reilly's says yes.

Old 05-20-2011, 07:43 PM
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HELP!!!! Is this the right radiator? O'Reilly's says yes.

Long story short, uneven parking lot, heat exchanger pushed into the radiator and broke at the mounting point.



My question is what the hell are the two compression fittings for? This is a Murray Heat Transfer product. I bought it from O'Reilly's because they had it in stock and they said that it was a direct replacement. Unfortunately, they do not have another one to compare to. Any help is greatly appreciated. I wanted to get this back together tonight, but it doesn't look like it is going to happen.

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Old 05-20-2011, 07:50 PM
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yes it is my buddy ive replaced 1000000000 of them they are universal foe auto
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Cool. Thanks... I was shitting bricks over here...
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That is correct. Do use it.
Those fitting are for an Automatic's oil cooler.
Will not bother anything.
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Exactly most new aftermarket radiators are built for automatics but will work just fine in a manual.
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Thanks for the help guys. I haven't ever had a replacement that was universal. I will be having a new tank put on the original and tucking it away for the next time this happens...
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Help not sure what to do

I got a Murray of my 99 Dodge Grand Caravan. I took my old radiator out and it only had two small valves on it whereas when I open the box for the murrey it had four small valves on it. Help what do I do???
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