Recored radiators or assemblies are warranted to the original
purchaser to be free of fault in both workmanship and materials for a
period to 3 years from the date of initial purchase, when correctly
fitted by an authorised outlet and used under normal operating
conditions. At the time of fitment, conditioner must be added to the
cooling system. A three months warranty is given on radiator repair
work. Responsibility for any loss, injury or damage attributable to any
fault in workmanship or material in the core/assembly or making good
such defect provided the defective radiator assembly is returned.
2nd and 3rd Year Warranty Validation
To obtain warranty cover on recored/radiator assemblies beyond 12
months or 25,000 kms and subsequently 24 months or 50,000 kms which ever
comes first, the vehicle must be serviced and validated at those
respective intervals. Your agent will inspect the radiator and replace
the coolant conditioner in the cooling system at the customers expense
and the warranty system appropriately endorsed.
The Warranty is VOIDů
if the product is not serviced and validated at 12 and 24 month
if any attempt is made to repair a core/assembly without authority.
to any defect attributable to accident, abuse or negligence.
where the core/assembly is used for any application for which it was
not originally intended.
where a pressure cap other than that specified by the vehicle
manufacturer is used.
The Warranty Does not cover:
charges related to "remove and replace" from vehicles.
internal or external corrosion
damage resulting directly or indirectly from the use of the radiator
automatic transmission oil coolers.
Stray current corrosion
In order to comply with the warranty, a purchaser of an Aluminium
radiator, must, in addition to the above:
flush out the entire system to clean out all the old inhibitor.
Some inhibitors can react with one another. This can corrode and
destroy the radiator.
Aluminium radiators require a Glycol based inhibitor that meets the
Australian Standard AS2108. Aussie Desert Cooler recommends GMH
inhibitor to suit VN Commodore.
After the radiator has been fitted and the system has been refilled
using the correct inhibitor, the inhibitor must be checked for STRAY
CURRENT using a voltmeter/electrolysis detector. Always check for
stray current with the engine running and with all accessories turned
ON. If any accessories are not earthed properly the stray current
passes through the inhibitor and can corrode the radiator within