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I have a 2000 chrysler sebring limited edition

I am trying to replace the radiator and I am having problems seperating the air conditioning (I guess you would call it the ac radiator) from the cooling radiator. I have already taken the two bolts out on the top and bottom but it wont seperate them.

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What you have and are attempting to do is seperate the A/C condensor from the radiator. They are most usually bolted together. You need to keep looking to find where they have been joined, sometimes the bolt will almost be hidden.

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