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How do I remove the radiator from a 2003 S60?

How do I remove the radiator from a 2003 S60 Turbo with an automatic transmission? Specifically, how do I remove the transmission line compression fitting at the radiator?

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  • jerryncindy Feb 16, 2009

    Thanks alicantecoli. I was able to remove the compression fitting by squeezing the two tabs of the compression fitting and rocking the transmission line while pulling the line. There are two "O" rings that you need to take care not to damage. To re-install the line I just pushed it back in until the compression fitting locked in place.



    Thanks again for your help.



    jerryncindy

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Cant say i have worked on one of these YET but if their is no obvious connection just a compression join then take it off the other end as it could be all one piece with the rad

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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    Colin Stickland Feb 16, 2009

    thanks for the tip i will remember that one ,but i have no doubt done one before but old timers is catching up fast.I do try to answer some of these questions ,problem is most of these cars we dont have in spain.Diagnostics is often no problem as the faults are the same but its the location of the units and parts thats the problem,like where is the fuse on 88 saturn for the radio .How would i know i have never seen one,then getting used to pig tails, hoods,fire wires,serpentine belts ?? and some of the spelling ??? colour is color bulb is bulbe fuel is fule so a thanks once in a while makes this old londoner fell good

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