2012 Honda Odyssey Radiator

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Duralast Radiator B13208 for 2012 Honda Odyssey
  • Part # B13208
  • SKU # 277321

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

  • PRICE: 181.99
  • Integrated Transmission Oil Cooler: Y
  • Outlet Diameter (in): 1.25
  • Integrated Engine Oil Cooler: N
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Tank Material: Plastic

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Performance Radiator Radiator 1970 for 2012 Honda Odyssey
  • Part # 1970
  • SKU # 1152235

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

  • PRICE: 204.99

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Nissens Radiator 606769 for 2012 Honda Odyssey
  • Part # 606769
  • SKU # 1190055

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

  • PRICE: 221.99

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OSC Radiator Radiator OSC13208 for 2012 Honda Odyssey
  • Part # OSC13208
  • SKU # 1181037

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

  • PRICE: 229.99

About
2012 Honda Odyssey Radiator

Just like on most other cars, the 2012 Honda Odyssey radiator cools off coolant so that the engine's temperature can be properly regulated. A damaged radiator might leak coolant, resulting in low coolant levels. Even if the radiator is not leaking, it will likely not work as efficiently, possibly letting the engine overheat. Find the right part and the right price in this selection of 2012 Odyssey radiators.

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Installed in QX4

Alex03

in 2 years

I installed this in my 1998 Infiniti QX4. It even had the radiator drain plug. The packaging was nice and the item was undamaged. All the lines and holes were covered to protect from any debris entering the radiator. It appears well made. Although I could have ordered this item for less from an online retailer, the appeal of being able to return this locally to any Autozone store in case something goes wrong during the lifetime warranty period far surpasses the lower cost or savings not to mention the hassle. I am giving it 4 stars versus 5 as the OEM radiator had foam insulation around the unit and fan housing has a little play. The insulation keeps the fan cover from rattling or touching the radiator causing a possible rattling. Mine had a little movement or had a small amount of play. I purchased some marine insulation and used 2 inches on each side between the radiator and fan cover to keep it better secured or keep it from rattling. You could also put some electrical tape around the plastic half inch post to better secure it. My knowledge is limited to changing brakes and fluids. The install took about 1.5 hours and the bleeding of the system took another hour. I took my time so that I would not damage the thin radiator fins. I had to move my intake breathing hose and/or air filter housing out of the way a little to give it a better or smoother install. I looked at 3 videos online to assist me. None of the videos mentioned the two smaller hoses on the bottom were transmission cooler lines. I plugged those up using an electrical twist on wire connectors as they are cone shaped. This kept the transmission fluid from draining.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1998 QX4 and 2012 Honda Odyssey

I installed this in my 1998 Infiniti QX4. It even had the radiator drain plug. The packaging was nice and the item was undamaged. All the lines and holes were covered to protect from any debris entering the radiator. It appears well made. Although I could have ordered this item for less from an online retailer, the appeal of being able to return this locally to any Autozone store in case something goes wrong during the lifetime warranty period far surpasses the lower cost or savings not to mention the hassle. I am giving it 4 stars versus 5 as the OEM radiator had foam insulation around the unit and fan housing has a little play. The insulation keeps the fan cover from rattling or touching the radiator causing a possible rattling. Mine had a little movement or had a small amount of play. I purchased some marine insulation and used 2 inches on each side between the radiator and fan cover to keep it better secured or keep it from rattling. You could also put some electrical tape around the plastic half inch post to better secure it. My knowledge is limited to changing brakes and fluids. The install took about 1.5 hours and the bleeding of the system took another hour. I took my time so that I would not damage the thin radiator fins. I had to move my intake breathing hose and/or air filter housing out of the way a little to give it a better or smoother install. I looked at 3 videos online to assist me. None of the videos mentioned the two smaller hoses on the bottom were transmission cooler lines. I plugged those up using an electrical twist on wire connectors as they are cone shaped. This kept the transmission fluid from draining.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1998 QX4 and 2012 Honda Odyssey