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How to replace a radiator in a chrysler concorde 1998 3.2

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Disconnect negative battery cable.
Drain cooling system.
Disconnect upper radiator hose.
Remove upper radiator closure panels.
Disconnect electrical connectors from electric fans.
Remove all mounting bolts for electric fans then remove from vehicle.
Raise vehicle. (You might not have to, but its easier)
Remove lower splash shield.
Disconnect lower radiator hose.
Remove lower condenser mounting bolts.
Lower vehicle.
Now back to the top.
Remove upper radiator mounting brackets and bolts.
Remove upper condenser bolts.
Now separate condenser from radiator.
Tilt radiator toward the engine and remove it from the vehicle.

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Posted on Dec 06, 2008

  • 89PBSE Dec 07, 2008

    I almost forgot. Disconnect transmission cooling lines from radiator.


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Drain radiator.. remove upper and lower radiator hoses ,,remove transmission lines..remove bolts from cover on top of radiator.. lift out radiator.

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Overheating

did you bleed the cooling system? check the fans?

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SOURCE: 1998 chrysler concorde and the a/c and heat blower resistor blown

check amp draw on motor

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SOURCE: My 1998 Chrysler Concord LXi blast heat on high

Sounds like your blower control modular. It is located on the passager side floor under the dash. If you can find the blower motor and follow the wires back from it will lead you right to it (about half a foot away from it). It plugs into it. and has two screws you will have to remove to get it out. The two screws can be kinda hard to get to and you will have to get the modular from the dealer but if you can change it this should fix your problem.

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SOURCE: how to remove chrysler concorde radiator

locate the drain plug usually a plastic butterfly plug on the back side of your radiator but make sure to cool off the coolant first as this could give a serious burn. turn its counterclock wise and bingo drain the water off..

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SOURCE: 1998 chrysler concorde fuse under the hood for the

The radiator fan has a short in it,and it is going out,replace the fan motor.

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