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How much should it cost to replace a 2006 ford explorer radiator?

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how much should it cost to replace a 2006 ford explorer radiator?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Tim replied 6 years ago.

part about $310.00 and labor 2.7 hours at the dealer labor rate per hour.


you can probably get an aftermarket radiator for half that price.

Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Have there been any recalls for faulty radiators on Ford Explorers? If this isn't at a dealer, what price should I try to find? I'm seeing radiators for $150 online.
Expert:  Tim replied 6 years ago.

The radiator about $150 - $175 and the labor will be about the same hours wise since dealers and independant shop usually use the same labor manuals just different hourly rates.


I have not seen any recalls.

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