|Item Weight||14.02 pounds|
|Item model number||221-0517|
|Manufacturer Part Number||221-0517|
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Denso 221-0517 Radiator
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I also replaced the upper and lower hoses, thermostat and gasket and the serpentine belt - it's super easy to access the belt with the radiator out. I was given a $600 quote to do all this, I paid under $200 for all parts and coolant. Took me about 4 hours, but that includes flushing coolant, cleanup, etc.
When all was said and done it fit okay but I am wondering how long it will last with this kind of damage. If it wasn't 5ºF outside and I wasn't working in the snow on a truck I really needed to work I would have returned the radiator. As it is, I had no real choice but to use it as is.
Very unhappy with the product I received.
Everything else lined up well, but the radiator mounting U-type speed nuts were oversized and I could not use the OEM mounting bolts. I trashed the speed nuts and used 5/16" bolts with flat washers on each side, and lock washers under the nuts. The speed nuts for the fan shroud were properly sized and allowed the use of the original bolts.
The radiator was poorly packaged, with an oversized box and foam inserts that had almost all come loose in transit.
The major problem, however, was that there is a FATAL MOLDING ERROR inside the filler neck, such that no standard radiator cap will fit. Where there is supposed to be a flat landing 5/8" below the top of the neck for the cap spring seal to seat, there is a sharp, raised rim.
DO NOT BUY THIS RADIATOR UNLESS THIS MANUFACTURING MISTAKE IS CORRECTED.
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I waited for a warm (I live in northern Alberta, and it is winter) day, and pulled the front of the truck into the garage and onto a garage mat to change the radiator over. I pulled the skidplate (bottom engine cover) off, removed the 4 shroud bolts and moved the clamps on the hoses where the hoses met the radiator. I carefully removed the top hose from radiator, and set a clean pail underneath to collect fluid. After a while, I did the same for the bottom hose. I did the same for the automatic transmission hoses, plugging the hoses with the caps from pens. Finally I removed the 4 bolts holding the old transmission to the truck grill.
A little patient tugging and wiggling got out the radiator.
Old radiator had slightly more secure/meatier nuts for connection to the grill and for the shroud mounting. But, it was not difficult to install the new radiator. Put back most of the collected coolant (3.5 litres?) into the radiator, rest into the overflow, and top off the overflow. No leaks after 1 day, put back the skidplate. I lost maybe 1.5 cups of coolant, and a couple of tablespoons of transmission fluid.
Only minor mechanical skills needed, but patience is needed in removing or installing the radiator.
The Denso radiator looks every bit as good as the original radiator, which had a very tiny leak.