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How to get the radiator out of a 1991 Honda Accord.

Its harder than usual because the condenser coil has been pushed over the bottom lip of the radiator.

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Best advice is ??as i was taught ---if its the way remove it ,so try takeing front bumper off so ac/ condenser can be unbolted and pulled back but remember its full of gas so be careful

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