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Old 08-13-2008, 03:29 AM   #1
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My mom has a forester. She asked me about what options she has for the radiator. She is on her second one and needing a 3rd. Is there a better option for N/A? I have a pwr on my wrx. I could giver her the rad off my 02 wrx yet I doubt it would work correctly. Any quick idea's as I go there this weekend to look at it.

2nd question/problem. There is a small possibility there is a coolant head leak. Both a shop and the dealer said it's possible. Yet we are wondering how bad. As well how fast it becomes a problem. At this point it looks like it's a misfire on cyl 2 and 4 but the o2 sensor was bad as well. So we are a bit confused. I told my mom that we could pop a new engine in there but she doesn't want to consider that at all. So maybe one of you guys has advice or experience in this.
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Old 08-13-2008, 04:54 AM   #2
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Your in the wrong forum first off. Second what is wrong with the radiator? One from an rs might work but I'm not positive. If it has been overheating then it could just be a head gasket in which case take it to a reputable shop or the dealer and have them fix it.
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Old 08-13-2008, 11:05 AM   #3
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Wrong forum... ops ok

Rad has a problem where the plastic clips to the aluminum.
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