Other identifiers for this part: TYC #: 2375, DEPO #: 327-56001-030, PBI #: PR2375A, .
- Each product conforms to US Motor Vehicle Safety Standards
- All products are brand new, NOT used or refurbished
- Packaging is secure to prevent shipping damage
- As good as or better than the original OEM part
- Easy to install - just bolt it right on
- DOT/SAE Certified
This part will fit the following vehicles:
|2002 - 2003||Acura||TL||All||All|
|01, 2001, 02, 2002, 03, 2003||CL||V6 AT TYPE S MODEL||Radiator|
|02, 2002, 03, 2003||TL||V6 A/MT||Radiator|
|01, 2001, 02, 2002, 03, 2003||CL S||OEM: 19010-PGE-A51; AT; 1 ROW RADIATOR; PLASTIC ALUMINUM||Radiator|
|02, 2002, 03, 2003||TL||OEM: 19010-PGE-A51; 1 ROW RADIATOR; PLASTIC ALUMINUM||Radiator|
|02, 2002, 03, 2003||TL S||OEM: 19010-PGE-A51; 1 ROW RADIATOR; PLASTIC ALUMINUM||Radiator|
About a year ago, I left my home just like any other typical work day. As I get to my car I look and notice the driver side mirror is dangling by a thread. Someone had knocked it off and hadn't offered the courtesy of informing me. What kind of neighbor does that? So I tell my wife and she starts surfing the Internet trying to find the best deal. Meanwhile I call the Nissan dealer trying to find a replacement mirror. The dealer wanted almost $300 just for the part, and they had to order it, and that didn't include the install fee. There was no way I was going to pay $300 for a replacement mirror. Later on that day my wife emailed me the part listing on Go-Parts.com and it was listed for $40! I couldn't believe it. It was a deal I couldn't pass up. I immediately logged on and ordered the mirror. Two weeks later it arrived and I had a mechanic install the part. Two months later, long after it was installed, my wife let me in on a little secret. She was the one that backed in and knocked off the mirror. Unbelievable!
Radiators are an important part of the Acura cooling system. The radiator cools the engine with a water-based coolant that is passed through the engine that absorbs the heat before returning to the radiator. Heat damage or on-road debris can cause small holes that leak coolant from the radiator, causing the engine to overheat important components to break down.
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