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How to replace the radiator of a 1995 Nissan pickup

My 1995 nissan 4 cylinder - automatic (4.2 engine) - radiator is leaking.

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Really need more info. But you would start by draining it. Then remove the lower hose then the top one. You will have to remove the fan cover and fan. If it's automatic you might have 2 lines at the bottom that need to be taken loose. Then look for the mounting bolts on ether side at the top. Once there removed you should be able to lift it out. Once again really need more info or picture of it to be sure.

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