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Trying to replace the radiator but I can't figure out how to remove the top horizontal metal support that is on top of the radiator. It seems that is spot welded to a vertical frame that's right in the middle and supports the A/T radiator.

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Do not need to remove the top support frame? Should compare your new radiator to he one in your car...your radiator will slide forward of back to access the removal...after top and lower hoses are dis-connected...also transmission cooling lines must be dis-connected...then lift out...Hope this helps.

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