What kind of radiator do I need to replace a damaged one? 1997 GMC Yukon 4×4?

Hello, I need some help on finding the correct part for my 1997 Yukon 4×4 Automatic with A/C and heater.

Do i need one with a TOC or EOC lines? No i idea what they mean. I’m searching on line for the replacement part yet, I find multiple options on which to choose from. I would buy local but the price i’ve been quoted are in the 0- 400 range. While online i’m looking at 0 being the highest price. Any help would be great thanks.

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5 Responses to What kind of radiator do I need to replace a damaged one? 1997 GMC Yukon 4×4?

  1. Chris J October 20, 2010 at 12:04 am #

    Go to an auto parts store and they will help you. Or go to a dealer they might have the parts to fix it there.

  2. furmanator1957 October 20, 2010 at 12:04 am #

    they are asking if you have engine oil cooling lines or transmission cooling lines or both and you look at the radiator to know

  3. boogie2510 October 20, 2010 at 12:04 am #

    It would be in your best interest to buy local despite the higher price. I know, I’m all about saving a few bucks myself, but it is important that everything match up correctly and nothing is too small or clogged. You certainly don’t want a used radiator and you may be looking at just that on line, or even worse, the wrong radiator.

  4. turboc355 October 20, 2010 at 12:04 am #

    their must be a aftermarket dealer of car parts in your earea they have the best prices most of the time

  5. Doug K October 20, 2010 at 12:04 am #

    TOC is transmission oil cooling, and you will need one with those seeing as you have an automatic. EOC is engine oil cooling, and you would have to look at your old radiator to see how many connections there are. For TOC, there should be the typical coolant lines (they are large and made of rubber) and two small hard lines at the bottom of the radiator that run back to the tranny. If there are any other lines other than those 2 small ones and the coolant lines to the motor, you may have EOC. Usually these are only installed in vehicles equipped for heavy hauling and towing.