Re: [Chrysler300] Transmission cooling line failure inside radiator
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Re: [Chrysler300] Transmission cooling line failure inside radiator





In general I dont disagree - IF properly Quality Controlled, Chinese may fine. But as to Good copper or Bad copper, I suspect the distinction is amount and type of impurities as well as thickness and consistency of thickness - both related to the tradeoff of Quality vs Cost.

Edward Mills Antique Tractors 1930-1960 Antique Cars 1960-1985
On 6/7/2016 3:37 PM, 'Ron Waters' ronbo97@xxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] wrote:
 



It's easy to bash Chinese products. But it comes down to quality control. Some parts are good; others are crap. Most everything we use these days has some component made in China. It's called the Global Economy.  Also, AFAIK, copper is copper. There is no 'good' copper and 'bad' copper. If there is, someone please provide a link.
 
Yes, you reuse your upper and lower tank and replace everything else. Also, as Ray said, get a warranty.
Also agree with John Grady that a forensic investigation should be done to determine where the failure was.
 
Ron



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