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Replace 2001 elantra radiator I have re,oved all the bolts hoses trans mission lines etc... now it feels stuck wjat is the secret

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The condenser for the AC system has to be disconnected. It is held on by four bolts. two on top (that you probably already removed and one on each side about 2./3rds of the way down. All 4 bolts have 10mm heads/

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