1999 4runner radiator

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1999 Toyota 4Runner - Radiator

Core Height (in):  22-1/2 Inch

Core Width (in):  25-1/16 Inch

Core Depth (in):  1 Inch

Inlet Hose Diameter (in):  1-3/8 Inch

Outlet Hose Diameter (in):  1-3/8 Inch

Engine Oil Cooler Included:  No

Transmission Oil Cooler Included:  Yes

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Installed my second Denso last week. This is my 1997:

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Two weeks ago the top cap of my radiator cracked and puked out coolant so rather then buying the lowest price product I researched the numerous threads on this topic here and looked at Dendo, KOYO & OEM. I ended up calling Olathe Toyota they offered 2 choices the first was a Denso packaged in a Toyota box priced at $122.36 part # 16410-AZ011. The other was supposedly the exact product when my truck rolled of the line part # 16400-75181 priced at $331.85.Anyhow the guy on the line said that these radiators are made by Denso so I then looked at the different on-line vendors to see which Denso matched up to the Toyota parts #s, so I couldnt get an exact match but I found out Denso # 221-0508 ($96.98) about as close to Toyota # 16410-AZ001 and Denso # W0133-1895498 ($136.48)according to parts geek is the direct OEM product. So I ended up buying the more expensive radiator. I installed today it was well packaged unlike the horror stories I read from guys that buy Denso from Amazon no fin damaged and most important it weighed about 5lbs more than the original radiator. I went in w/o any issues the nut were welded and the caps seem more beefy.

Excellent info - is Parts Geek the only place you found to sell Denso # W0133-1895498 ?
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Thanks for your input, I will research this radiator then. I'm good at a lot of things, and bad at a lot of others, but mechanics is something I really have no ****ing clue about.

I ended up getting the aluminum one (CC1998) and installed this weekend. Takes more coolant than OEM, but is basically an exact fit. Fan shroud needs longer bolts up top, and I had to enlarge one of the bolt holes on the frame (top left) to get an exact fit. Runs like a champ. Just something to consider if you are looking to replace. For $100 more than OEM, I figured it was worth a shot.


JEGs price matched it from Champion ($220 shipped I think)

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Excellent info - is Parts Geek the only place you found to sell Denso # W0133-1895498 ?

Sorry for the late reply been on the road, I found partsgeek had the best pricing there were others but they either charged for shipping or was up to $50 more.
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Excellent info - is Parts Geek the only place you found to sell Denso # W0133-1895498 ?

Sorry been on the road, parts geek had the best pricing
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Denso is the way to go. They supplied radiators for MANY Toyota vehicles. I have seen entirely too many problems out of Koyo and other brands to shy away from Denso and other OEM manufacturers.

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Is everyone replacing the hose spring clamps when they change the radiator? I'm doing my hoses but forgot about the clamps...

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I ended up getting the aluminum one (CC1998) and installed this weekend. Takes more coolant than OEM, but is basically an exact fit. Fan shroud needs longer bolts up top, and I had to enlarge one of the bolt holes on the frame (top left) to get an exact fit. Runs like a champ. Just something to consider if you are looking to replace. For $100 more than OEM, I figured it was worth a shot.


JEGs price matched it from Champion ($220 shipped I think)

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96-02 4runner Champion radiators are on sale Champion right now for $209: 4 Runner Radiator (96-02)

I've used Champion radiators in 2 other cars with good success

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96-02 4runner Champion radiators are on sale Champion right now for $209: 4 Runner Radiator (96-02)

I've used Champion radiators in 2 other cars with good success

Looks like a good deal for an all aluminum rad. Not familiar with the brand though....
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So you reused the factory hose clamps?
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So you reused the factory hose clamps?

I did

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BUY OEM Toyota. Toyota has officially dropped the price on the radiators and now you can buy one for $119 bucks. Check Camelback Toyota Parts.

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BUY OEM Toyota. Toyota has officially dropped the price on the radiators and now you can buy one for $119 bucks. Check Camelback Toyota Parts.

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I purchased the Denso off amazon and it arrived with the overflow nipple broken:

Can I use hi-temp adhesive to fix it? Or what can I do?

I had it shipped to a PO box in the US and I drove down to pick it up.

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1999 4Runner Radiator Hose Replacement

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  • Direct fit for the 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner
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