Radiator leak at bottom/what damage could I have if I use Radiator stop leak on 2010 Chevrolet Camaro

is there any damage to using Radiator stop leak and if not, what is the best one to use?

by in Portsmouth, VA on July 02, 2014
4 answers 3 comments
ANSWER by on July 02, 2014
I would not recommend added stop leak to the radiator, it might stop the leak, but it may also create other problems in the cooling system and /or heating system. Is it possible that your vehicle is still under the factory powertrain warranty? The radiator would be covered if it is. Please call me direct and have your VIN number ready, I will check to see if the warranty is still valid. Thank You, Gene Woodson Suttle Motors 757-886-1819 gene.woodson@suttlemotors.com
COMMENT by on July 02, 2014
Thank you, I will call you soon
ANSWER by on July 02, 2014
you could plug coolant passages. rec new radiator
COMMENT by on July 02, 2014
Thank you!!!
ANSWER by on July 02, 2014
you could plug coolant passages. rec new radiator
ANSWER by on July 02, 2014
Please do not use stop leak products, you run the risk of clogging other parts of the cooling system. I n my experience stop leak products do not work. You need a new radiator. We can happily install one for you, we're at 643-2559, just across the MM Tunnel in Newport News.
COMMENT by on July 02, 2014
Thank you!!!
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