|Item Weight||17.9 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||34.5 x 31.2 x 5.6 inches|
|Item model number||1998|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1998|
|OEM Part Number||16400-75180|
|ABPA Partslink Number||TO3010192|
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TYC 1998 Toyota 4Runner 1-Row Plastic Aluminum Replacement Radiator
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- OE-comparable configuration and appearance
- Vehicle test-fitted prior to market release, ensuring perfect drop-in fit
- Plastic-aluminum radiators are brazed with the state-of-the-art Nocolok furnace process
- Aluminum treated coating is applied to prevent corrosion and ensure product longevity
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To restore your vehicle's factory cooling efficiency, all TYC radiators are equivalent to OE construction for number and placement of fluid tubes and cooling fins. For those radiators with transmission oil coolers, the tanks are molded using heat-resistant, high-density polymer plastic for added protection against extreme engine temperatures. Each TYC radiator is leak-tested before leaving the factory to ensure consistent quality.
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I also had a slight issue with the bolt holes not lining up perfectly. It took a little work to get the bolts in. I found that it was doable if you back the radiator away from where it mounts by a half inch or so and then get the bolts started. Do this on all four holes and then tighten them down once you have all four started. At least, this worked for me. YMMV.
When the bolt holes didn't line up properly, I thought I could just take the radiator supports off of the stock radiator and use them with this replacement radiator to see if the old supports would line up better with the bolt holes. You cannot do this, however, because the supports on the sides of the TYC radiator connect different;y than the supports on the stock radiator which prevents you from swapping them out.
I also did not use the built in transmission cooler on the radiator and instead opted to install an external transmission cooler from B&M. That way, the two systems are completely segregated and I do not have to worry about the "pink milkshake".
Overall, I was pleased with the product. Once installed, everything seems to be working just fine. If you are just swapping the radiator, it's really not that hard to do. Tip: While it is not necessary, I did find that removing the passenger headlight on my '02 4runner made it a little easier to access the bottom passenger side mounting bolt for the radiator.
The radiator itself looked like a quality unit. The problem I had was with the fit - neither the fan shroud or the radiator support holes lined up. What should have been a quick one hour swap ended up taking three hours. I wanted to reuse my Toyota rad supports, but they had some broken fan shroud nuts so I couldn't. I did manage to get the unit in and the shroud on it just took some persuasion.
If you can find the Denso unit i recommend spending the extra money.
Aside from that issue (which added about 45 minutes to the install) everything was as expected, and the 4Runner has been running well for over a month.