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Old 22 Sep 2013, 11:30 am
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Default Radiator Shakes Once Engine Warms Up

It appears to be once the engine heats up and the fluid starts flowing through the radiator, the radiator shakes and creates a loud buzzing noise. At the top of the radiator it has two metal shafts, which are supposed to be held in place by black rubber/plastic pieces(hidden when the hood is closed). The two black plastic pieces are broken(one on each side), so the metal shafts at the top are vibrating up against the metal of the car.

How can I get new plastic pieces?

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Old 22 Sep 2013, 12:22 pm
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According to my parts book, their called Radiator Upper ISOLATOR, part number #5278-200AA

You can try the dealer or visit a local salvage yard or Pick n' Pull and get them yourself.
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Old 22 Sep 2013, 04:57 pm
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ISOLATOR. Lower, Upper. Radiator. .
Upper. Cross Member Side.
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05278200AC; 05278200AA; 05278200AB
ISOLATOR. Lower, Upper. Radiator. CHRYSLER PT CRUISER (2001 - 2010) # 05278200AC, 05278200AA, 05278200AB
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Old 22 Sep 2013, 11:45 pm
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Thats definately the part I need, thanks!
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Old 23 Sep 2013, 11:36 am
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Thats definately the part I need, thanks!
Don't buy it from that site,though....Their shipping & handling is outrageous!....Just posted it for the part 'name & number',so if you go to local dealer it'll help you out.
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Old 24 Sep 2013, 02:34 pm
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Yeah it is outrageous, but I bought it right away when I saw it, oh well.
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