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1998 - 1999 Nissan Altima Radiator

1998 - 1999 Nissan Altima Radiator

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Fits 2.4L L4 98-99, A/t,

SKU #: ARN003-0017071-0058726 DPI #: 2150 Partslink #: NI3010102 OEM #: 2.15E+05
Fitment Information

This part will fit the following vehicles:

Years Make Model Trim Engine Attributes
1998 - 1999 Nissan Altima Base All Sedan

Fits years: 98 1998, 99 1999

Fits 2.4L L4 98-99, A/t,
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Nissan Altima Radiator

When Nissan released the Altima in 1993, the semi-popular Stanza was no more. While the Sentra was enjoying nice compact sales for years, Nissan elected to alter their lineup and add a new mid-size model that would excite buyers. The Altima has been a successful venture, as new models are released annually. And, because the automakers based in Japan had built a reputation for quality vehicles that could last for quite some time, Nissan was sure to use similar engineering to produce a family-friendly vehicle that could reward buyers with a reliable automobile.

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