1994 Chevrolet Suburban K1500 5.7 gas from North America
It's good, but has stupid design flaws that are minor details
I got a mysterious leak in the radiator twice and replaced it twice. The second time I replaced it, I did the work myself and found out why it kept developing a leak. There is a screw that holds the plastic piece above the bumper that is the wrong type of screw. The screw has a pointed tip and goes though the plastic piece on the bumper and into the part of the engine compartment infront of the radiator. It takes 2 to 5 years for the radiator to move forward just enough to jar itself into that screw and create a very small hole in the tank on the driver side.
I fixed it by screwing the screw half way out.
I have pictures if anyone wants to see them.
Radiator leak cased by a screw that is pointed instead of flat and the screw is too long.
The leak happens only on the driver side because the passenger side screw is beyond the width of the radiator.
A sealant will seal the tiny hole for about a week.
I have pictures.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 25th August, 2005