Radiator trouble

Asked by Feb 18, 2018 at 08:31 PM about the Chevrolet Impala

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just bought an impala 2004 and they said
that it needs a new radiator, is it okay to
drive it before doing that? Just trying to
move it to my house wondering if I should
get it towed or risk driving it

5 Answers

299,075

if it's not a huge leak and the coolant reservoir doesn't drain in a day. You can add daily before you replace it.

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Ok otherwise I should probably get it towed rather then driving it?

299,075

You risk overheating the engine causing more problems. The coolant system is pressurized, and can't have any leaks to operate properly. err on the safe side.

7,275

do "they" know what they're talking about ? you might not even need one

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How far is the car from your house?

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