You've kept your JEEP vehicle maintained, you've never had any accidents, you drive safely, so why did your JEEP SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL just fail? First, it is not your fault. Your JEEP SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL failure is a direct indication that your car was in need of stopping. To understand this failure, we'll first look at what makes up the cooling system. Plainly, this system is what keeps your vehicle from melting down. Your JEEP SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL is one of the major components of this system. Made up of flattened tubes with fins, the JEEP SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL assists in transferring heat from the fluid passing into the SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL from the engine into an air stream which is then carried away from the vehicle. The JEEP SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL is an efficient cooling device. However, since most of its components are often bonded with solder or crimped, they can weather and corrode over time. Today's JEEP emissions standards require vehicles to run at even higher temperatures which places a lot of stress on your JEEP SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL. It may be a heat wave that has caused the JEEP SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL failure. It may have been wear and tear, or even just age that has landed you in the repair shop scratching your head. Luckily, Radiator Express makes your JEEP SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL purchasing experience easy with delivery and pickup from over 100 nationwide locations. Whether your a do-it-yourselfer or just don't want to pay the inflated price from your local garage, we'll be sure to deliver to you a new radiator, priced right and sealed in the manufacturer's packing. Don't be upset your SENSOR-COOLANT LEVEL failed; get it fixed the first time with Radiator Express.