2008 Honda Civic Radiator

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Duralast Radiator A2922 for 2008 Honda Civic
$
151
99
  • Part # A2922
  • SKU # 34147

Notes: 1" Core Thickness. Does Not Include Radiator Cap, Purchase Separately. Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure

  • PRICE: 151.99
  • Internal Engine Oil Cooler: No
  • Core Width: 26.3125
  • Core Material: Aluminum
  • Outlet Diameter: 1.25
  • Inlet Diameter: 1.75
  • Internal Transmission Oil Cooler: No
  • Tank Material: Plastic
  • Core Height: 14.625

Duralast Radiator A2923 for 2008 Honda Civic
$
135
99
  • Part # A2923
  • SKU # 522453

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

  • PRICE: 135.99
  • Integrated Transmission Oil Cooler: Y
  • Outlet Diameter (in): 1.25
  • Integrated Engine Oil Cooler: N
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Tank Material: Plastic

Duralast Radiator A2927 for 2008 Honda Civic
$
133
99
  • Part # A2927
  • SKU # 34144

Notes: 15/16" Core Thickness. Does Not Include Radiator Cap, Purchase Separately. Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure

  • PRICE: 133.99
  • Integrated Transmission Oil Cooler: N
  • Outlet Diameter (in): 1.313
  • Integrated Engine Oil Cooler: N
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Tank Material: Plastic

Performance Radiator 2410 for 2008 Honda Civic
$
97
99
  • Part # 2410
  • SKU # 1165484

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

  • PRICE: 97.99

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Slow and steady wins the day

Nick

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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