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Send it back and get the right one. You will need the fan shroud to fit the stock style radiator to have better cooling and good air flow across the condenser for optimal a/c performance.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look on both sides of the radiator left hand and right hand for thin metal lines that go into it some do integrate oil cooler lines as well as trans mission cooler lines and some only integrate one set of lines. If the lines are on the drivers side if it has any those would be the oil cooler lines the ones on the passengers side are transmission lines both will run through the radiator to cool the trans fluid and oil fluid. And yes you can develope an internal leak and get oil or trans fluid in your radiator if thats the case you will need to replace the radiator.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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