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Old 04-19-2021, 03:00 PM   #15
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Thanks Dave Appreciate the offer will keep that in-mind


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Great thanks ,

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Spartan will want your vin number to confirm but my part number was S-2675-001A.[/QUOTE]
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Old 04-19-2021, 03:36 PM   #17
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Spoke with Spartan ,

Retail is 2119 , but if you send them pictures of the leaking area , they will give you a discounted rate. Seems like you got a better deal than me ?

1300 not including shipping



Spartan will want your vin number to confirm but my part number was S-2675-001A.[/QUOTE]
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Old 04-20-2021, 09:18 AM   #18
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Update , SPARTAN called me back with a correct price today for $1,056.30 ( not including tax and shipping )




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Spoke with Spartan ,

Retail is 2119 , but if you send them pictures of the leaking area , they will give you a discounted rate. Seems like you got a better deal than me ?

1300 not including shipping





Spartan will want your vin number to confirm but my part number was S-2675-001A.
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Old 04-20-2021, 09:30 AM   #19
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Sorry to hear about the leaky radiator ECVB. I thought I had escaped the dreaded “drip disaster” but my 2014 Anthem failed in October last year while parked. One day fine, a few days later a puddle. I went the same route w Spartan and got a discounted Modine radiator, which I’m happy to say is built much better. Those Chinese (assumption) made radiators Spartan used in 2013-14-15 with caps epoxied on were junk. Use the repair as an opportunity to flush the engine and replace the coolant.

I was fortunate I had a good Spartan shop nearby that had done 30-40 of those radiator swaps and did a good job in quick order.

4000 miles on the new radiator and no drips.
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I just notice my radiator leaking , its when the engine is cooling down , it doesn't leak when running, usually after 10 to 15 min when we lay camp. i been on 3000 miles so far , been putting in. liquid when needed. Have a appointment when I get back into San Antonio , my question is , why does it leak while cooling down ?


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I had the same issue for several years. At first after checking all hose connections I would refill expansion tank. Then one day it ran medium hot on my way to a service appointment. Radiator system check was done and both ends of the radiator were leaking at the top. Service center said it could be patched but not guaranteed. I elected to get a new radiator but not from Spartan. If yours is under warranty, i suggest you demand a replacement.
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I am not under warranty , I called Spartan to confirm issue with Radiator due to wet spots in the corner of radiator , sent them pictures to validate the area. Cost of radiator is $2119. But with the know issue based on the pictures and location they discounted the radiator to $1030.




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I had the same issue for several years. At first after checking all hose connections I would refill expansion tank. Then one day it ran medium hot on my way to a service appointment. Radiator system check was done and both ends of the radiator were leaking at the top. Service center said it could be patched but not guaranteed. I elected to get a new radiator but not from Spartan. If yours is under warranty, i suggest you demand a replacement.
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Total speculation, but while cooling down:


Metal parts will be contracting so tolerances will not be as close.


Pressure cap insures that system is still under pressure.


Have you verified that it IS the radiator vs hose or connection?

+2 that was my first thought when I read you post. Look at where it is leaking.
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It's not just limited to the Classics. Our 2016 also had a leaky radiator. I changed it out myself but the Cornerstone has a larger radiator - part nbr S-2676-001 ISX upfit kit and it ran $2,544.42 back in 2019. The new radiator design is much better.
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Radiator arrived today .. was a quick turn around from time of order to delivery.
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