Most important to the overall health for your Mitsubishi Eclipse those parts comprising the cooling system. The cooling system is made up of hoses, belts that drive the water pump and/or cooling fan, water passages in the engine block (known as water jackets), and the radiator. The between fire and heat conductors (in this case, iron), the process of internal combustion creates a large amount of intense heat.
Water circulating through water jackets in the engine block helps to keep this in check. Water is circulated through these water jackets by the water pump. Within the engine block, water absorbs excess heat, carrying it back to the Mitsubishi Eclipse Radiator where excess heat is dissipated - literally "radiated" - to the outside through the radiator's hundreds of cooling fins.
It's flimsy looking, made of thin metal and containing narrow, easily-clogged passages - but the Mitsubishi Eclipse Radiator works remarkably well, as long as it is back flushed and cleaned periodically. Radiators can and do wear out, however - or suffer damage from flying debris such as rocks or even gravel. Should this kind of damage not be reparable, you can always count on us for the lowest price on a genuine factory-authorized Mitsubishi Eclipse Radiator. Replacing a radiator is a big job, but it doesn't have to be expensive. Shop around and check out other prices on the radiator you need, then come to us. If we don't have the lowest price already, we'll make it by meeting or beating our competitor, and throwing in free shipping to boot (purchase of $50 or more required).Order online via secure server, or call us toll-free, any time of day or night!