[V8] Re: Radiator Replacement

Campozano, Robert RCAMPOZANO at mgmmirage.net
Wed Jul 20 13:34:19 EDT 2005

Just did this and yes, it's about a 2 hour job if you remove the front
bumper.  The bumper is basically held in by 4 nuts, 2 on each side.  I
am not very technical because I had help on this but I am almost
positive that removing these 4 bolts and 1 screw under the wheel wells
will allow for your bumper to come out.  Of course there are some light
sensors and things to unplug, but not a lot.  Take the side marker
lights out as well.  Once done, you will notice that you can drop the AC
condenser fairly easily.  Hope this helps.
1990 V8 3.6L Auto
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Subject: [V8] Radiator replacement
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The radiator in the 90' has finally gone.  I replaced one years ago
without taking the bumper off and it took nearly 5 hours just to get it
Is there a way to search the archives for "radiator replacement"  I've
been told that removing the bumper is the quicker and eaiser way to go.
Any help would be appreciated
Zay Campozano | Computer Engineer | MGM MIRAGE(tm)
rcampozano at MGMMirage.net

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