They have temporary patching stuff at auto stores. It's like some sort of liquid w/ pellets. Really don't know the details but it worked on a big turbo diesel truck in a pinch. Basically you warm up the engine, shut it, add the stuff in the radiator cap, close it and idle for 15 min. Not saying its a fix, but it'll keep you running. BTW, the truck went 2 weeks before a replacement and it was still holding. Just make sure its the radiator and not any hoses.
Never use the stop leak stuff, that stuff will kill it faster and cause more problem! Try look again there might be a small crack some where and not between the aluminium and plastic. For temperaly fix, use JB Weld, it works perfect. Try looking in to C&R radiators, I like their weld quality and my radiator fan have not kick in since I installed it.
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