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Radiators are pretty simple to replace. First drain the radiator of antifreeze by finding the drain plug on the bottom of the radiator. Once you are done draining the fluid, remove the hoses and unbolt the two top brackets. Move the radiator out and see if the condenser is bolted to its sides, if so unbolt it.
You are now ready to remove the radiator. Just remember the feet on the bottom of the radiator sit in two holes and can easily be broken if you aren't careful with it.
Check the antifreeze in the radiator and expansion bottle. Suspect that the fluid level is quite low. Use a 50:50 solution to top up. Check the engine, radiator, and all coolant hoses for signs of leakage. Check the condition of the radiator pressure cap--if the seals are swollen or broken--replace it. Hope this helps!
If it's plastic yes, you would need to call some radiator shop's to see if they carry the tank, also you would need to have them replace it, because you need a cripping tool to replace tank and tested for leak's.