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Duralast Radiator B13582 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A1290 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A2923 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A13221 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A930 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A13257 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A2922 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator B2572 for Honda Civic
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  • SKU # 832869
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Duralast Radiator B2354 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A2574 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A13583 for Honda Civic
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  • SKU # 334
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Duralast Radiator A2927 for Honda Civic
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  • SKU # 34144
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Duralast Radiator A886 for Honda Civic
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  • SKU # 22288
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Duralast Radiator A815 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator B13715 for Honda Civic
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Duralast Radiator A929 for Honda Civic
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  • SKU # 58172
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SureBilt Radiator VA1046 for Honda Civic
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  • SKU # 82963
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SureBilt Radiator VA1000 for Honda Civic
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  • SKU # 82915
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Nissens Radiator 68143 for Honda Civic
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Nissens Radiator 68115 for Honda Civic
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About
Honda Civic Radiator

Your Honda Civic is a majestically reliable car, but you need to maintain your radiator if you want to continue to drive your vehicle for years to come. It's not unusual to see a well-maintained Civic top half a million miles if you frequently drain and refill your cooling system so corrosion and rust won't take over your radiator. AutoZone has the right radiator for your make and model so you can get back on the road and enjoy your next adventure.

Civic radiators use a series of metal vanes and tubing to carry heat away from the engine compartment to the surrounding air. An undamaged radiator does this efficiently and maintains an optimal engine temperature. Engine overheating is one of the quickest ways to seriously or irreparably damage your car's engine. Regularly cleaning and flushing your car's radiator is an easy way to prevent these costly repairs. AutoZone's helpful and friendly staff is available to help you find the radiator fluids and components you need.

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Slow and steady wins the day

Nick

in 2 months

Replacing the radiator in a 8th generation Civic is an easy job to do. The biggest tool you'll need is "patience." There's a slew of 'how to videos' on YouTube. Spend a little time reviewing them and then go to work. I actually took my laptop out to the car with me and paused it on each step. It was a simple repair that took several hours to do but a slow and steady pace got it done without a hitch. Make sure you circle back after replacing to re-check your antifreeze level. Once the air pockets work themselves out, you're likely to need to top it off.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2008 Honda Civic

Replacing the radiator in a 8th generation Civic is an easy job to do. The biggest tool you'll need is "patience." There's a slew of 'how to videos' on YouTube. Spend a little time reviewing them and then go to work. I actually took my laptop out to the car with me and paused it on each step. It was a simple repair that took several hours to do but a slow and steady pace got it done without a hitch. Make sure you circle back after replacing to re-check your antifreeze level. Once the air pockets work themselves out, you're likely to need to top it off.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2008 Honda Civic

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Affordable Replacement

Melissa

in 2 months

My old radiator was leaking and I didn't really have a whole lot of money to spend fixing it or sending it out somewhere to have serviced. This radiator was within my budget and only took me a couple hours to install. No issues with the radiator itself, however I drive a manual and didn't realize that the extra knobs on the bottom on the new radiator was for the transmission on an automatic. I just kept the cover on those and was still able to use it.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda Civic

My old radiator was leaking and I didn't really have a whole lot of money to spend fixing it or sending it out somewhere to have serviced. This radiator was within my budget and only took me a couple hours to install. No issues with the radiator itself, however I drive a manual and didn't realize that the extra knobs on the bottom on the new radiator was for the transmission on an automatic. I just kept the cover on those and was still able to use it.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda Civic

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Works as intended.

Coty

in 8 months

Radiator is made by spectra which is a reputable brand. Works as intended. Fan mounting is slightly different from oem for Honda. Required slight modification on lower fan mounts.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Honda civic ex (D16Y8) / 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 (4,7l magnum)

Radiator is made by spectra which is a reputable brand. Works as intended. Fan mounting is slightly different from oem for Honda. Required slight modification on lower fan mounts.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Honda civic ex (D16Y8) / 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 (4,7l magnum)