Mitsubishi Outlander Radiator

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      Duralast Radiator A2617 for Mitsubishi Outlander
      • Part # A2617
      • SKU # 832912
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        Duralast Radiator B2978 for Mitsubishi Outlander
        • Part # B2978
        • SKU # 68004
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          Duralast Radiator B2979 for Mitsubishi Outlander
          • Part # B2979
          • SKU # 68005
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            Standard Delivery by Mar. 11 - 12
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            OSC Radiator OSC2978 for Mitsubishi Outlander
            • Part # OSC2978
            • SKU # 1181178
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              Standard Delivery by Mar. 06

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            Nice radiator

            RB

            in 2 years

            Always buy parts at autozone because they’re reliable, durable and the best part is the warranty. Unlike the competitor, you dont need the $&&&:()/!!! receipt. Your info is always in the system,. Fits perfect, lifetime warranty, what else you we want!!!!

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? Mitsubishi Outlander 2010

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            The radiator was not built to spec. Minor issue

            Capt. Bubaru

            in 3 years

            The radiator did fit inside the engine compartment. The cooling hose for the engine and the transmission did fit fine. But on the top of the radiator, the way it was made was for a five lug fan assembly to bolt on the radiator, but the car I have has a three lugs for the fans to bolt to the radiator. But still fit, but had to use shorter bolts as not to dig into the new radiator.

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Mitsubishi Outlander