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Minor radiator leaks can be temporarily fixed by pouring metal flakes from a product called Bar’s Leak into the radiator. Use epoxies from local auto parts stores to fix a radiator leak with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on car repair and diagnostics. Expert: Tom Brintzenhofe Bio: Tom Brintzenhofe has been a mechanic for the past 17 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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9 Responses to “Car Repair & Diagnostics : How to Temporarily Fix Minor Radiator Leaks”

  1. EdReb88 says:

    Awesome…now i gotta go fix mine.

  2. WatchedPurse says:

    Eggs work pretty good too if your stuck on the road.

  3. dnl5649 says:

    he looks high:)

  4. grindingears says:

    do not use any kind of cooling system leak sealer in your cooling system. although these products can stop a cooling system leak they also cause other problems that will end up costing more in the long run. the main problems are they also will stop up the heater core, which in 98% of vehicles on the road today is a very costly repair, they also accumulate at the thermostat ( basically a heat controlled orifice) causing a restriction in the coolant flow which causes an overheat condition

  5. 13chadman says:

    I have used radiator stop leak by bars and i agree with (grindinggears) it did stop up my heater core and can cause clogs elsewhere in the cooling system in the engine block if the leak is minor just keep the coolant level checked and filled until you can afford to replace it in the summertime you can remove your thermostat to reduce presure build up in the system

  6. BK2dafullist says:

    omg! this is my mechanic, wow. hey Goober! how you been Goober? its Gomer, hi ya pal!

  7. Lancifer07 says:

    My crazy Uncle told me to try something that ALWAYS works for him. He told me to take a cigarette, and roll all the tobacco out of the cigarette into the radiator, and fill it with 50/50 fluid. I did…. and haven’t seen a drop of fluid since!! IT REALLY REALLY WORKS!!!!

  8. khmerangkorthom says:

    Thank you for information. It’s helpful.

  9. annmariem58 says:

    mechanic told me I had a crack in my radiator (a 1996 Volvo 850). He replaced the radiator. I drove 3 miles and something burst, smoke coming into car through vents and there was coolant on driver’s side underneath mats. mechanic told me heater core broke and that sometimes happens when you replace the radiator. Mechanic replacedheater core I drove it 2 miles and same thing happened something burst, coolant inside car and on ground and smoke through vents. $700 later what’s going on!

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