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        Duralast Radiator B2147 for 2000 Acura TL
        • Part # B2147
        • SKU # 332735

        Notes: Does NOT include Radiator Cap. Purchase separately. Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure.

        • PRICE: 183.99

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        Performance Radiator 2148 for 2000 Acura TL
        • Part # 2148
        • SKU # 1172126

        Notes: Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure.

        • PRICE: 224.99

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      Nicely packaged, good product, easy, DIY

      Andrew

      in 7 months

      First off, loved the easy to open minimal packaging. May sound silly but personally, I really appreciated that. Easy DIY for my 2000 Acura TL. Drain your old coolant with the drain plug at the bottom of your old radiator. Disconnect the 2 hoses. I disconnect the top hose at the radiator and the bottom hose I disconnect at my thermostat on the engine. Disconnect the fan wires. I had 2 plugs. I took out my battery to make room to pull out the old radiator. Plop the old radiator next to the new one on the ground. Take off the old fans from your old radiator. Put them on the new one. Same with the hose and pads at the bottom. Put the new radiator in. Connect hoses and wires. Put the battery back. Fill with coolant. Get the air out of the system. That's it. Hardest part for me was being patient while my engine heated up as I was adding coolant and bleeding the air out. Great!

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Acura TL

      First off, loved the easy to open minimal packaging. May sound silly but personally, I really appreciated that. Easy DIY for my 2000 Acura TL. Drain your old coolant with the drain plug at the bottom of your old radiator. Disconnect the 2 hoses. I disconnect the top hose at the radiator and the bottom hose I disconnect at my thermostat on the engine. Disconnect the fan wires. I had 2 plugs. I took out my battery to make room to pull out the old radiator. Plop the old radiator next to the new one on the ground. Take off the old fans from your old radiator. Put them on the new one. Same with the hose and pads at the bottom. Put the new radiator in. Connect hoses and wires. Put the battery back. Fill with coolant. Get the air out of the system. That's it. Hardest part for me was being patient while my engine heated up as I was adding coolant and bleeding the air out. Great!

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Acura TL