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Denso 221-3220 Radiator
Denso 221-3220 Radiator

Denso 221-3220 Radiator

Denso 221-3220 Radiator
Denso 221-3220 Radiator
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Features

  • plastic tank, aluminum core
  • Tank Dimensions: Inlet Diameter: 1.125 inches, Outlet Diameter: 1.125 inches

Description

Increases engine performance and throttle response


Manufacturer DENSO


Brand Denso


Model RADIATOR


Item Weight 5 pounds


Item model number 2213220


Manufacturer Part Number 2213220


Cover Included RADIATOR


ASIN B0096BAUCM


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 328 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Date First Available October 27, 2010


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Features

  • plastic tank, aluminum core
  • Tank Dimensions: Inlet Diameter: 1.125 inches, Outlet Diameter: 1.125 inches

Description

Increases engine performance and throttle response


Manufacturer DENSO


Brand Denso


Model RADIATOR


Item Weight 5 pounds


Item model number 2213220


Manufacturer Part Number 2213220


Cover Included RADIATOR


ASIN B0096BAUCM


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 328 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Date First Available October 27, 2010


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • plastic tank, aluminum core
  • Tank Dimensions: Inlet Diameter: 1.125 inches, Outlet Diameter: 1.125 inches

Description

Increases engine performance and throttle response


Manufacturer DENSO


Brand Denso


Model RADIATOR


Item Weight 5 pounds


Item model number 2213220


Manufacturer Part Number 2213220


Cover Included RADIATOR


ASIN B0096BAUCM


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 328 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Date First Available October 27, 2010


abunda_amazon_reviews I heard my doorbell ring and I ran to the door and I saw the UPS guy walking away. I brought my package inside immediately unwrapped it to inspect it for damage and right off the bat I was very impressed with how Denso packaged it. They used a ton of bubble wrap and the radiator was secured very tight within the bubble wrap. I inspected the radiator for damage and absolutely no damage. That's one of the things that scares me about ordering radiators through the mail is the fins are so delicate if another package were to rub up against the box it could easily damaged any radiator. But Denso did a very good job with how they package the radiator.UPDATE: AUGUST 4TH 2017- installed my radiator and it fit like a glove 😁 very happy with how easy it went back in. no leaks..so far so good. UPDATE: NOV 26TH 2017- the radiator is still good ☺☺☺ no leaks and no troubles.UPDATE: FEB 3, 2019- the radiator is still perfect, absolutely no leaks.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;That's one of the things that scares me about ordering e box it could easily damaged any radiator;;Amazon Customer;;;Exactly the same as the OEM Denso radiator in my 2001 Honda Civic LX coupe with automatic transmission. Great price too. Autozone wanted $125 for their Duralast brand radiator.I It took about 6 hours total time from start to finish to remove and replace the radiator This job requires that you: Remove the front bumper which isn't really that hard. Just 4 screws and 8 push-type nylon retainers. Remove the battery. This allows easier access to remove the coolant recovery bottle and hose clamps. Remove the A/C condenser brackets and swing the top of the condenser foward. The A/C condenser looks similar to the radiator and is right in front of the radiator. Remove both fans. Each fan is held in with 2 bolts. The passenger side fan is removed towards the engine. The driver side fan is a bit trickier. To remove it you have to swing the top of the radiator forward then slide the fan out in front of the radiator frame upper crossmember. The radiator is also swung forward at the top and slid up to remove it. Disconnecting the electrical plugs for the fans can be a real pain as over time they seem to fuse together. You have to squeeze the release mechanism on the plug and pull while wiggling the plug side to side. Pull on the plug and try not to pull on the wires as they may pull out of the plug.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Exactly the same as the OEM Denso radiator in my 2001 Honda Civic;;M.J.C.;;;This fit my 2002 Civic perfectly. It was the same brand, construction and fit as the original radiator. My old one developed a crack across from the hot water inlet along the top after 230k miles. It arrived well packaged from the manufacturer. Both transmission cooler fittings were properly positioned and marked as torqued. If you have over 200k miles, you should probably replace the cap too (not included). Amazon's price was shockingly lower than my local parts store.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect;;MD90;;;Great price, shipped in 2 days. Went in real easy. I put it in a 2004 Honda Civic LX the car matcher says it wouldn't fit but reviews say it would. It fit for me, there are 2 extra connection points on mine because I have a manual and I was worried if I didn't cap them somehow that they would leak. If you run into this, you don't need to cap them, as long as no hoses go to those points they don't get used therefore can't leak. Be very careful during install not to rub up against anything the aluminum outside will get messed up easily.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great price, shipped in 2 days;;Brittany;;;Replaced leaking factory radiator on my wife's Civic. Identical to the old one in every way including the Denso name brand, the only difference was the Honda name was not embossed on the top like the old one which was fine with me saving a few hundred bucks. Give yourself time to work as it'll take a bit of time but it's not an overly difficult job and there is plenty of help on YouTube to guide you. Do yourself a favor and replace the upper and lower hose and transmission cooler lines while you have it apart. It'll cost you another $25-30 but it's a lot easier than tearing things apart again if they fail when you will have them all off anyway doing this job.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Identical replacement....;;Amazon Customer;;;Arrived well-packaged, was a perfect fit for my 2003 Honda Civic EX and was easy to install. I have had it installed for about three weeks now and it is performing great. Highly recommend.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;was a perfect fit for my 2003 Honda Civic EX and was ...;;Matthew Kurtzahn;;;This looked and felt exactly like the stock radiator I removed from my '01 Civic. It installed easily and there have been no leaks from either the core or the transmission cooler in two days of driving. I installed it on 28JUL19, and I'll update if there are any reliability issues in the near future. The transmission cooler fittings needed a different size than the stock radiator; not a big deal, just something to be aware of. All of the nuts for the radiator fans were there and matched up exactly as they should.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Fit is great, at least when new;;David B;;;Bought and installed this radiator May 2018, here it is December 2018 and the radiator has a leak through the aluminum panel, I have 1 after market fan installed so I use the plastic mounting kit that go through the fins and its leaking from one of the fins where the plastic tie is going through, not sure if the quality is so cheap that the aluminum panel cannot hold a universal mount in place.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Leaking WAY before 1 year use;;Michael

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2017
That's one of the things that scares me about ordering e box it could easily damaged any radiator
I heard my doorbell ring and I ran to the door and I saw the UPS guy walking away. I brought my package inside immediately unwrapped it to inspect it for damage and right off the bat I was very impressed with how Denso packaged it. They used a ton of bubble wrap and the radiator was secured very tight within the bubble wrap. I inspected the radiator for damage and absolutely no damage. That's one of the things that scares me about ordering radiators through the mail is the fins are so delicate if another package were to rub up against the box it could easily damaged any radiator. But Denso did a very good job with how they package the radiator.UPDATE: AUGUST 4TH 2017- installed my radiator and it fit like a glove 😁 very happy with how easy it went back in. no leaks..so far so good. UPDATE: NOV 26TH 2017- the radiator is still good ☺☺☺ no leaks and no troubles.UPDATE: FEB 3, 2019- the radiator is still perfect, absolutely no leaks.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By M.J.C. - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018
Exactly the same as the OEM Denso radiator in my 2001 Honda Civic
Exactly the same as the OEM Denso radiator in my 2001 Honda Civic LX coupe with automatic transmission. Great price too. Autozone wanted $125 for their Duralast brand radiator.I It took about 6 hours total time from start to finish to remove and replace the radiator This job requires that you: Remove the front bumper which isn't really that hard. Just 4 screws and 8 push-type nylon retainers. Remove the battery. This allows easier access to remove the coolant recovery bottle and hose clamps. Remove the A/C condenser brackets and swing the top of the condenser foward. The A/C condenser looks similar to the radiator and is right in front of the radiator. Remove both fans. Each fan is held in with 2 bolts. The passenger side fan is removed towards the engine. The driver side fan is a bit trickier. To remove it you have to swing the top of the radiator forward then slide the fan out in front of the radiator frame upper crossmember. The radiator is also swung forward at the top and slid up to remove it. Disconnecting the electrical plugs for the fans can be a real pain as over time they seem to fuse together. You have to squeeze the release mechanism on the plug and pull while wiggling the plug side to side. Pull on the plug and try not to pull on the wires as they may pull out of the plug.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By MD90 - Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2017
Perfect
This fit my 2002 Civic perfectly. It was the same brand, construction and fit as the original radiator. My old one developed a crack across from the hot water inlet along the top after 230k miles. It arrived well packaged from the manufacturer. Both transmission cooler fittings were properly positioned and marked as torqued. If you have over 200k miles, you should probably replace the cap too (not included). Amazon's price was shockingly lower than my local parts store.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Brittany - Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2018
Great price, shipped in 2 days
Great price, shipped in 2 days. Went in real easy. I put it in a 2004 Honda Civic LX the car matcher says it wouldn't fit but reviews say it would. It fit for me, there are 2 extra connection points on mine because I have a manual and I was worried if I didn't cap them somehow that they would leak. If you run into this, you don't need to cap them, as long as no hoses go to those points they don't get used therefore can't leak. Be very careful during install not to rub up against anything the aluminum outside will get messed up easily.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2016
Identical replacement....
Replaced leaking factory radiator on my wife's Civic. Identical to the old one in every way including the Denso name brand, the only difference was the Honda name was not embossed on the top like the old one which was fine with me saving a few hundred bucks. Give yourself time to work as it'll take a bit of time but it's not an overly difficult job and there is plenty of help on YouTube to guide you. Do yourself a favor and replace the upper and lower hose and transmission cooler lines while you have it apart. It'll cost you another $25-30 but it's a lot easier than tearing things apart again if they fail when you will have them all off anyway doing this job.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Matthew Kurtzahn - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2017
was a perfect fit for my 2003 Honda Civic EX and was ...
Arrived well-packaged, was a perfect fit for my 2003 Honda Civic EX and was easy to install. I have had it installed for about three weeks now and it is performing great. Highly recommend.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By David B - Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2019
Fit is great, at least when new
This looked and felt exactly like the stock radiator I removed from my '01 Civic. It installed easily and there have been no leaks from either the core or the transmission cooler in two days of driving. I installed it on 28JUL19, and I'll update if there are any reliability issues in the near future. The transmission cooler fittings needed a different size than the stock radiator; not a big deal, just something to be aware of. All of the nuts for the radiator fans were there and matched up exactly as they should.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael - Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2018
Leaking WAY before 1 year use
Bought and installed this radiator May 2018, here it is December 2018 and the radiator has a leak through the aluminum panel, I have 1 after market fan installed so I use the plastic mounting kit that go through the fins and its leaking from one of the fins where the plastic tie is going through, not sure if the quality is so cheap that the aluminum panel cannot hold a universal mount in place.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2017
That's one of the things that scares me about ordering e box it could easily damaged any radiator
I heard my doorbell ring and I ran to the door and I saw the UPS guy walking away. I brought my package inside immediately unwrapped it to inspect it for damage and right off the bat I was very impressed with how Denso packaged it. They used a ton of bubble wrap and the radiator was secured very tight within the bubble wrap. I inspected the radiator for damage and absolutely no damage. That's one of the things that scares me about ordering radiators through the mail is the fins are so delicate if another package were to rub up against the box it could easily damaged any radiator. But Denso did a very good job with how they package the radiator.UPDATE: AUGUST 4TH 2017- installed my radiator and it fit like a glove 😁 very happy with how easy it went back in. no leaks..so far so good. UPDATE: NOV 26TH 2017- the radiator is still good ☺☺☺ no leaks and no troubles.UPDATE: FEB 3, 2019- the radiator is still perfect, absolutely no leaks.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By M.J.C. - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018
Exactly the same as the OEM Denso radiator in my 2001 Honda Civic
Exactly the same as the OEM Denso radiator in my 2001 Honda Civic LX coupe with automatic transmission. Great price too. Autozone wanted $125 for their Duralast brand radiator.I It took about 6 hours total time from start to finish to remove and replace the radiator This job requires that you: Remove the front bumper which isn't really that hard. Just 4 screws and 8 push-type nylon retainers. Remove the battery. This allows easier access to remove the coolant recovery bottle and hose clamps. Remove the A/C condenser brackets and swing the top of the condenser foward. The A/C condenser looks similar to the radiator and is right in front of the radiator. Remove both fans. Each fan is held in with 2 bolts. The passenger side fan is removed towards the engine. The driver side fan is a bit trickier. To remove it you have to swing the top of the radiator forward then slide the fan out in front of the radiator frame upper crossmember. The radiator is also swung forward at the top and slid up to remove it. Disconnecting the electrical plugs for the fans can be a real pain as over time they seem to fuse together. You have to squeeze the release mechanism on the plug and pull while wiggling the plug side to side. Pull on the plug and try not to pull on the wires as they may pull out of the plug.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By MD90 - Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2017
Perfect
This fit my 2002 Civic perfectly. It was the same brand, construction and fit as the original radiator. My old one developed a crack across from the hot water inlet along the top after 230k miles. It arrived well packaged from the manufacturer. Both transmission cooler fittings were properly positioned and marked as torqued. If you have over 200k miles, you should probably replace the cap too (not included). Amazon's price was shockingly lower than my local parts store.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Brittany - Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2018
Great price, shipped in 2 days
Great price, shipped in 2 days. Went in real easy. I put it in a 2004 Honda Civic LX the car matcher says it wouldn't fit but reviews say it would. It fit for me, there are 2 extra connection points on mine because I have a manual and I was worried if I didn't cap them somehow that they would leak. If you run into this, you don't need to cap them, as long as no hoses go to those points they don't get used therefore can't leak. Be very careful during install not to rub up against anything the aluminum outside will get messed up easily.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2016
Identical replacement....
Replaced leaking factory radiator on my wife's Civic. Identical to the old one in every way including the Denso name brand, the only difference was the Honda name was not embossed on the top like the old one which was fine with me saving a few hundred bucks. Give yourself time to work as it'll take a bit of time but it's not an overly difficult job and there is plenty of help on YouTube to guide you. Do yourself a favor and replace the upper and lower hose and transmission cooler lines while you have it apart. It'll cost you another $25-30 but it's a lot easier than tearing things apart again if they fail when you will have them all off anyway doing this job.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Matthew Kurtzahn - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2017
was a perfect fit for my 2003 Honda Civic EX and was ...
Arrived well-packaged, was a perfect fit for my 2003 Honda Civic EX and was easy to install. I have had it installed for about three weeks now and it is performing great. Highly recommend.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By David B - Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2019
Fit is great, at least when new
This looked and felt exactly like the stock radiator I removed from my '01 Civic. It installed easily and there have been no leaks from either the core or the transmission cooler in two days of driving. I installed it on 28JUL19, and I'll update if there are any reliability issues in the near future. The transmission cooler fittings needed a different size than the stock radiator; not a big deal, just something to be aware of. All of the nuts for the radiator fans were there and matched up exactly as they should.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael - Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2018
Leaking WAY before 1 year use
Bought and installed this radiator May 2018, here it is December 2018 and the radiator has a leak through the aluminum panel, I have 1 after market fan installed so I use the plastic mounting kit that go through the fins and its leaking from one of the fins where the plastic tie is going through, not sure if the quality is so cheap that the aluminum panel cannot hold a universal mount in place.