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My van is 1995 dodge B2500. I tried to flushing my radiator 5 times and still clogged few holes so I called radiator shop to see how much cost to flush my radiator and he said , will cost me 85.00 dollars , is that reasonable price or should I get new radiator? Please let me know, needs your opinion.
 

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My van is 1995 dodge B2500. I tried to flushing my radiator 5 times and still clogged few holes so I called radiator shop to see how much cost to flush my radiator and he said , will cost me 85.00 dollars , is that reasonable price or should I get new radiator? Please let me know, needs your opinion.
Just buy a new radiator. They're around $150. Also, have you replaced your water pump and thermostat?

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Just buy a new radiator. They're around $150. Also, have you replaced your water pump and thermostat?

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Hi, I have been thinking about to buy new radiator so I will order it today and I already bought thermostat ( 195 degrees) . Not water pump
 

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I'm not sure how dirty your cooling system was, but you may consider changing the water pump later down the road. Also flush your heater core as well.
I changed my 1998 original water pump, radiator, hoses, and thermostat at 158,000 miles in 2019, and it had some pitting around the impeller pump area.


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I'm not sure how dirty your cooling system was, but you may consider changing the water pump later down the road. Also flush your heater core as well.
I changed my 1998 original water pump, radiator, hoses, and thermostat at 158,000 miles in 2019, and it had some pitting around the impeller pump area.


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Hi

here is update, I replaced new radiator, new water pump, new thermostat, new fan clutch and fan blade. Then poured new anti freeze and overheated.
I don’t know what happened. Upper and lower radiator hose cold and I turn heater on and high, still cold air. Help!!!
 

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Have you tried to flush your heater core with a garden hose and see if it flows water through?

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