Originally Posted by tufLTD
Not a job you can do at home. The plastic side tanks need to be pressed on with the o ring. You will probably find the tanks are buggered anyway. Easier just to buy a new radiator. Mal.
Thanks mate :)
Yeah i called a radiator joint this arvo which is closer to home. Told him about the preasure test and O ring. He mentioned that the O ring isn't all that common, and it's more likely a split in the tank.
Great. so now we have 2 opinions. I'll go see this radiator guy on monday and have a chat.
But i think you're right. Best to get a new radiator.
Is $220 a good price?. Doubt that includes fitting.