Complaint / review text:
I had to replace my radiator just under a year ago in my 2005 supercharged Chevy Monte Carlo, because it overheated and was clogged up with this red/orange mud like stuff. About 4-5 months after spending over $700 to replace the radiator and the thermostat my car started to overheat again, and when I looked in the radiator, the mud was back. My mechanic suggested that I just get it flushed once a month until everything that was there is gone, well now I'm still flushing and the mud is still coming back. I took my car to a radiator specialist and he told me everything I need to know about what wrong with my car. The dexcool goes bad and causes the metal it touches to rust/oxidize. So now that my engine block is rusting/oxidizing, it keeps building up in the radiator, and the only way to fix it is to replace my engine and anything my cooling system touches, even my A/C heating coil. If anyone knows anything that can be done to get this resolved, class action lawsuit or anything email me at.