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Freightliner Radiator

Freightliner = a variety of build options

If you are a Freightliner driver, you should plan on keeping it in good shape. Anyone who owns a Freightliner will agree that nothing but top quality replacement Radiator parts are the only parts that belong on their car, truck, or SUV. Granted, a reliable name and long-lasting quality are reasons why you bought your Freightliner. But you have to keep it running by installing on the highest-quality Radiator parts you can find. Your vehicle is renowned for the ability to customize and German engineering, which is possibly the best reason for owning it.

Don't ignore problems with the Radiator in your car or truck.

Liquid cooling became the norm for most automobiles sometime around the middle of the 20th century, and it would not be possible without the radiator. Your Freightliner engine operates at around 180-degrees Fahrenheit (82 C), but the chemical properties of the coolant running through the block, cylinder head, and the hoses keep it from boiling. The radiator core at the front of your engine compartment uses the air stream in front of your vehicle to lower the coolant temperature as it travels from top to bottom, and then the water pump propels it back to the engine. Without all these parts working properly, your Freightliner would suffer a major breakdown because of overheating.

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