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1998-2001 Ford Ranger KOYO Radiator A2172 (OEM #1F2515200)

Fits: 98 1998, 99 1999, 00 2000, 01 2001

KOYO Radiator
 
2172
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YOUR DISCOUNT PRICE: $172.95
Dealer Price: $299.20
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 Notes High-Performance KOYO Brand. Fits 2.5L L4 98-01,
 DPI #  2172
 Reference #  23230
 Width  21.5"
 Height  20"
 Engine Oil Cooler  
 Transmission Oil Cooler  12" 3/8 FLARE
 Replacement OEM #   1F2515200
»  Installation is made easy with matching mounting holes and brackets
»  Made by high-quality manufacturers (TYC, PBI, Visteon, Modine)
»  Every unit is manufactured using strict quality processes
»  Will perform just as well or better than the OEM part
»  All designs match or exeed factory specs

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Paul Nagle-McNaughton
Paul Nagle-McNaughton

My son is a new driver and he broke the front passenger head and side light on his 1994 Subaru by getting close to a much larger pick-up truck. After a couple of trips to the local wrecking yard to look for crash parts, we were able to find the headlight, but not the side light. I was able to easily locate the part on the Go-Parts website, and it was available as a new part at a very reasonable price. The part was shipped quickly and well packed. We were able to install the side light the next day. By using a used headlight from the wrecking yard and a very reasonably priced new part from Go-Parts, my son was able to turn his $200+ lesson in being more careful when pulling out of tight places into a $100 lesson. Not bad for his first accident.

Ford Ranger Replacement Radiators

Trucks are often put under quite a bit of stress, as they can haul loads, tow recreational vehicles, and handle some rugged terrain. The engine is designed to withstand such abuse, but overheating can lead to a complete system failure if the owner does not take action immediately! The radiator can fail over time due to wear or be punctured in a collision. When this occurs, fluid drains from the cooling system, leaving the engine with no means of lowering its temperature.



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