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How do i remove a radiator from a 2001 oldsmobile aurora

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Go to the autozone website at autozone.com and register your vehicle. It's free and you will have access to an online repair manual for your vehicle. The procedures you want are there. ( I checked) Hope this helped and best wishes.

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Click on this link for basic diagram: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/parts/jobDiagram.jsp?engineCyl=8&ymmeId=2001/37/35/515&imageURL=&categoryDisplayName=Cooling+%26+Heating&productType=00&parentId=172 First thing is to drain your radiator of all coolant by opening pipcock at base of radiator (catch the old coolant in a pan but I myself would not reuse it.) As you can see in the diagram, you'll need to remove upper and lower radiator hoses and overflo hose. (Remove all hoses at the radiator only...no need to remove completely.) If applicable, unattach transmission cooling lines from the radiator. (If desired, you can temporarily plug ends of tranny lines with clean pieces of rag.) Last, there are two radiator hold down clamps which are easy to get at and remove, as you can see in the diagram. After removing these you should be able to lift the old radiator straight up and out. Hopefully you will not need to remove your cooling fans. Carefully reverse the process with your new radiator, refill the system and you're done. How "cool" is that??? Hope I helped

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i found it best to remove radiator first before trying to tackle the alternator... once that is removed then you can easily get to it to unloosen bolt and swap

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take the brake caliper and caliper hanger off and the rotor should just pull off if the rotor is on real tight using a hammer to hit it off with is a good ideal

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Could be a head gasket, check compression on all cylinders, Check oil level and see if the dipstick has any moisture on it. Check the radiator coolant for exhaust oder or crankcase oil.Also make sure there is not old gasoline in the tank in the event the vehicle has been stored for a length of time.

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most oil filters are screw off /screw on type ,you may need a oil filter remover tool to get them off when you replace them be sure to smear a light coat of oil on to the rubber ring on the filter to prevent damaging it ....hope this helps.....cheers

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