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Replacing radiator are there any special tools needed for replacing a radiator in a 2003 grand jeep cherokee laredo 4.0 6cylinder

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A normal set of sockets 3/8 and 1/4" drive are pretty much all you need except that some use torks screws in the top rail and it would be wise to use a flair nut wrench to remove the trans line...There's one with a plastic clip...I dont remember if you push the tabs in or spread them, but just don't break that.somewhere I had a tool for them but never need it.

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