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Radiator Cooling System for Jaguar x-type 2002

I Want to replace my radiator.. i am familiar with mechanic work.. but one thing on this car.. i wanna know is.. do i take out the radiator from the top or bottom? to this Car.. which is a Jaguar xtype 2002-2003 couse if its from the bottom... i have to take it somewhere to take out...

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If it's a tilt front end. You just pull the front clip off. All you have to do is disconect the wireing at the conecter. Lower the hood back down,and remove the hinge bolts. Then find a friend to help lift it off.

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