Ford car radiators is an essential part of the vehicle's cooling system. The Ford radiator is connected to the receiving tank and the dispensing tank. Water, mixed with antifreeze circulates the engine through the cylinder block and head. The radiator is in charge of removing the excess heat from the engine. At the combustion stage, the engine produces heat which is twice its temperature at normal condition. The connection between the engine and the radiator is completed by the upper and lower radiator hose. This allows the stream of coolant between them to flow. In case of a problem in the radiator hose, the engine efficiency and performance would be lowered.
Rust, age, corrosion are factors which contribute towards the replacement of a Ford radiator. Even though you can clean the radiators every now and then, but eventually, it is cheaper to replace it rather than flush or repair it. Any attempt at soldering will only make the vehicle hotter and slow-moving in the long run.
Focused on quick turnaround times to minimize your down time, Midwest Radiator provides quality repairs for Ford radiators. We can repair damaged tube, fin, or tube and shell heat exchangers used in industrial, large truck, agricultural, construction, forklift, military, and crane equipment. Midwest Radiator has solved some of the most difficult heat exchanger problems and are experienced repairing radiator cores, radiator tubes, condensers, charge air coolers, intercoolers, oil coolers, and tanks. We have a successful history of repairing plastic tank, copper brass radiators, aluminum core radiators, and more. We also are able to patch and clean fuel tanks and diesel fuel tanks for all vehicles. Midwest Radiator is skilled at repairing inlet-outlet fitting leaks, fin bond failures, cracked tanks, tank/header steam leaks, and fan damage on Ford radiators.