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    Duralast Radiator B13293 for 2010 Subaru Outback
    • Part # B13293
    • SKU # 552169

    Notes: With 1-5/8" Inlet. With 1-9/16in Outlets. Does Not Include Radiator Cap, Purchase Separately. Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure.

    • PRICE: 222.99
    • Internal Engine Oil Cooler: No
    • Internal Transmission Oil Cooler: Yes

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    Duralast Radiator C13281 for 2010 Subaru Outback
    • Part # C13281
    • SKU # 466999

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

    • PRICE: 157.99

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    Duralast Radiator A2777 for 2010 Subaru Outback
    • Part # A2777
    • SKU # 207919

    Notes: With 1-9/16" Inlet. With 1-9/16in Outlets. Does Not Include Radiator Cap, Purchase Separately. Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure.

    • PRICE: 233.99
    • Internal Engine Oil Cooler: No
    • Core Width: 27.0625mm
    • Core Material: Aluminum
    • Outlet Diameter: 1.563in
    • Inlet Diameter: 1.563in
    • Internal Transmission Oil Cooler: Yes
    • Tank Material: Plastic
    • Core Height: 13.375mm

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    Performance Radiator Radiator 2593 for 2010 Subaru Outback
    • Part # 2593
    • SKU # 1165504

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

    • PRICE: 224.99

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    Nissens Radiator 67720 for 2010 Subaru Outback
    • Part # 67720
    • SKU # 59261

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

    • PRICE: 239.99

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    Nissens Radiator 67739 for 2010 Subaru Outback
    • Part # 67739
    • SKU # 59085

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

    • PRICE: 164.99

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    OSC Radiator Radiator OSC13293 for 2010 Subaru Outback
    • Part # OSC13293
    • SKU # 1180994

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

    • PRICE: 199.99

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2010 Subaru Outback Radiator

The 2010 Subaru Outback radiator keeps coolant from reaching too high of a temperature and losing its efficacy. Radiator trouble comes in a few forms, but generally they will either leak fluid or simply cool the fluid less effectively. The resulting low coolant levels or hot fluid can make your engine overheating. Check out these 2010 Outback radiators and buy the right one online, or at an AutoZone near you.

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Easy install on Subaru Outback 2.5L

Killo

in 10 months

I’m an old school American muscle car sort of guy. I’m generally not a fan of import engineering but I must say that Subaru made this a pretty easy job. There are a couple of brackets under the hood to secure the radiator, two quick disconnect power feeds for the electric fans and the upper and lower radiator hose. If you have an automatic transmission you’re going to have two additional hoses for the transmission cooler. On standard transmission models, the automatic cooler lines are not used. Disconnect everything and pull the radiator out, swap over the electric fans and shrouds by removing the bolts at the top. Drop the new unit with the shrouds and fans into the car, reconnect the hoses and fan power, the brackets to secure the radiator and you’re done. This should take you no more than about 30 minutes to do with a basic metric tool kit and you can save yourself upwards of $100+ from paying a mechanic to do it. Don’t forget antifreeze / coolant!!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Subaru Outback 2.5L

I’m an old school American muscle car sort of guy. I’m generally not a fan of import engineering but I must say that Subaru made this a pretty easy job. There are a couple of brackets under the hood to secure the radiator, two quick disconnect power feeds for the electric fans and the upper and lower radiator hose. If you have an automatic transmission you’re going to have two additional hoses for the transmission cooler. On standard transmission models, the automatic cooler lines are not used. Disconnect everything and pull the radiator out, swap over the electric fans and shrouds by removing the bolts at the top. Drop the new unit with the shrouds and fans into the car, reconnect the hoses and fan power, the brackets to secure the radiator and you’re done. This should take you no more than about 30 minutes to do with a basic metric tool kit and you can save yourself upwards of $100+ from paying a mechanic to do it. Don’t forget antifreeze / coolant!!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Subaru Outback 2.5L