The radiator in your Mercedes allows for heat exchange, which, in turn, allows for the car to remain cool enough to run. As the car runs, it creates heat and the radiator helps disperse the heat to protect your engine from failure. A thermostat in the front of the engine is what detects changes in engine temperature. When the thermostat senses a temperature increase, water and coolant are released in the radiator to help cool the engine back down. The radiator also cools down the engine coolant so that it can be sent back through the engine. If your radiator is going bad, you will likely notice that the gauges in your car are reading higher or that a low coolant light has come on. Your car may even overheat to the point where it will no longer run. Ignoring the first warning symptoms of existing technical problems with your radiator can easily cause major damage to your Mercedes' engine. If you think that your radiator is failing, ensure that you replace it with an OEM option that was made specifically for your engine. Aftermarket replacement parts may not be durable or even certified. That is why we insist on using our radiators as we get them straight from the manufacturer. Shop today!
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