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Does a 1992 nissan pulsar radiator fit in a 1995 nissan pulsar

Havent tried anything just wanting to know if a 1992 pulsar raditor will fit in a 1995 nissan pulsar

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Check coolant system is properly filled - carry out any bleed off procedure specified to clear any air locks.
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My friend is trying to replace the alternator and dosen't know what to do. Should he take out the raditor?


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