Question about 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
1. Empty the radiator
2. disconnect top and lower hoses on the radiator.
3. remove plastic cowling, (should be an upper and lower half with two bolts on each side. There may be an upper plastic cowling as well that will have to be removed.
4. sometimes you can work around the fan, if not remove the fan belt and fan. Make a drawing of how the serpentine belt goes on if it has a serpentine belt. There should be a tension wheel on the belt used for removal and installation of the belt. Be very carefull of your fingers when removing and installing the belt.
5. Remove the four or six bolts that hold the radiator on and lift the radiator out. It may be easier with two people to lift the radiator out.
GOOD LUCK, IT'S NOT A VERY HARD JOB AND ONCE YOU'VE DONE IT ONCE IT GOES PRETTY FAST.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, here are the instructions for rad replacement
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
Nope, it has two bolts one towards the front and one at the back underneath. Be careful of the one in the back as the nut is tricky to get on. You don't need to remove the bracket.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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