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Cant remove stock OEM Radiator core support to install new one. Know why i cant remove this?

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  • indoecloud Jan 10, 2009

    It would be the main radiator core support, in the front behind the bumper and impact bar.

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What are you calling the OEM radiator core ???the heater rad in the car or the main rad

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