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Sprays coolant from above the transaxle when running. i can't figure out how to get to the problem hose without removing the transmission and transaxle

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There's a 1" steel coolant pipe with an 'O' ring on it behind the block. Held on with a bolt. Replace the 'O' ring. Also, if yours is an auto trans, one of the two water cooling pipes to the gearbox may have split. Neither of these problems requires removal of gearbox or engine. I've done both in half an hour.

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I am replacing the transmission in my 03 sante fe. I cannot separate the motor from the tranny or the awd unit. What can I do?


Below are directions to remove the engine. The engine and transaxle assembly have to come out as one unit and they come out from the bottom:
REMOVAL 1. Remove the battery. Detach the air cleaner. Disconnect the engine harness connectors. A. Engine wiring connectors (alternator, starter, etc.) B. TPS connector C. Oil pressure gauge connector. D. Back up lamp switch connector. E. A/T solenoid, inhibitor switch connector. F. Coolant temperature sensor. G. Ignition coil, power TR connector. H. Idle speed control valve (ISC) connector. I. MAP and ATS connectors. J. Oxygen sensor connector. Drain the engine coolant. . For a vehicle with automatic transaxles, disconnect the transaxle oil cooler hoses, When disconnecting hoses, make identification marks to avoid making any mistake when installing them again Be careful not to spill any of oil or fluid out of the hoses. Plug the openings to prevent the entry of foreign material. Disconnect the radiator upper and lower hoses on the engine side then remove the radiator assembly. Disconnect the engine ground. . Disconnect the brake booster vacuum hose. Disconnect the heater hoses (inlet and outlet) on the engine side.
Disconnect the accelerator cable at the engine side. Using a special tool, remove the main fuel line at the delivery pipe (supply/return). . Disconnect the speedometer cable from the transaxle. Disconnect the clutch cable or
control cable from the transaxle.Disconnect the power steering suction hose and return hose from the pump. Detach the steering dust cover in the engine compartment and then disconnect the gear box universal joint bolt. Make sure to make identification marks between the universal joint and the gear box for reassembly. . Raise the vehicle and then remove the front tire. 17. Remove the calliper assembly from the knuckle.Using wire, hang it from the suspension..Loosen the strut lower bolts and then remove it. Remove the front muffler bolts.Remove the transaxle control rod and extension rod (M/T only).Put the special fixture on the T/M jack . and then adjust it to the sub-frame. Check that all the cables, harness connector and hose are disconnected from the engine and transaxle assembly.Remove the engine mounting bracket and the transaxle mounting bracket. Remove the sub-frame installation bolts. Lower the engine and transaxle assembly on the jack then, remove the front roll stopper and the rear roll stopper..Remove the engine and transaxle assembly as a unit.

Apr 10, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How do i replace the radiator on a 2003 Buick Lesabre


3.8L Engine

  1. Drain the engine coolant.
  2. Remove the upper radiator seal.
  3. Remove the upper tie bar.
  4. Disconnect the coolant overflow hose from the radiator.
  5. Plug the coolant overflow hose.
  6. Disconnect the upper and lower radiator hoses.
  7. Remove the transaxle oil cooler pipe bracket bolt from the lower tie bar.
  8. Remove the cooling fans.
  9. Slide the plastic cap off the transaxle oil cooler pipe quick connect fittings.
  10. Disconnect the upper and lower transaxle oil cooler pipes from the radiator.
  11. Remove the A/C condenser mounting bolts.
  12. Separate the condenser from the radiator.
  13. Lift the radiator up and out of the vehicle.
To install:
  1. Install the radiator to the vehicle. Place the bottom of the radiator in the lower pads.
  2. Install the condenser to the radiator.
  3. Install the A/C condenser mounting bolts and tighten to 115 inch lbs. (13 Nm).
  4. Push the upper and lower transaxle oil cooler pipes into the radiator quick connect fittings, until a "click" is heard.
  5. Tug gently on the cooler pipes to ensure proper retention.
  6. Slide the plastic caps (1) over the quick connect joints.
  7. Install the cooling fans.
  8. Install the transaxle oil cooler pipe bracket bolt to the lower tie bar and tighten to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
  9. Install the upper and lower radiator hoses.
  10. Connect the coolant recovery hose to the radiator neck.
  11. Install the upper tie bar.
  12. Install the upper radiator seal.
  13. Fill the cooling system.
  14. Inspect the transmission oil level.

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Transmission oil coming out the funnel


If you mean it is coming out of the fill/dipstick tube, then quit driving this car. You will trash the transmission, if it hasn't already happened. Usually when this happens the transmission cooler inside the radiator has busted, and is pumping coolant into the transmission. Then again I have seen some people just overfill it to the extreme. But either way it needs to be checked. This involves dropping the transmission oil pan.

Aug 08, 2011 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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How to Remove a Radiator in a 1996 Chrysler sebring


Check this procedure for Sebring Coupe and Avenger (see Figure 1 - click for zoom)...
The radiator is the corrugated fin, downflow type, and is cooled by electric radiator fans. Service the cooling system with high quality ethylene glycol or other aluminum compatible antifreeze coolant.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Loosen the radiator drain plug and, using a large capacity container, drain the cooling system.
  3. Remove the radiator cap.
  4. If necessary for clearance, remove the bracket and plastic branch tube running from the air cleaner.
  5. Disconnect the overflow tube and remove the coolant reserve tank.
  6. Disconnect the upper radiator hose.
It is recommended that each clamp be matchmarked to the hose. Observe the marks and reinstall the clamps in exactly the same position when reinstalling the radiator.
  1. Label and disengage the wiring to the thermosensors and the electric fan assemblies.
  2. For vehicles with automatic transaxles, disconnect the oil cooler lines at the radiator. Plug the transaxle ports and the hose ends to contain the fluid and prevent contamination.
  3. Remove the lower radiator hose.
  4. Remove the bolts holding the upper mounting brackets to the support member. Remove the radiator, with the cooling fans as an assembly.
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Fig. 1: Typical cooling system assembly-Sebring coupe and Avenger



To install:

  1. If the fan and shroud assemblies were removed with the radiator, they must be reinstalled before installing the radiator. The mounting bolts for the fans should be tightened to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm). If the thermosensors were removed, they should be reinstalled and tightened to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm).
  2. Reinstall the radiator, making certain all the mounts and bushings are correctly positioned. Tighten the mounting bolts to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm). Double check the drain plug to make sure it is closed.
  3. Connect the oil cooler lines and attach the brackets.
  4. Connect the wiring to the electrical components, making sure each is correctly located and securely fastened.
  5. Connect the upper and lower radiator hoses and the overflow hose. Install the coolant reserve tank.
  6. Install the branch tube and its bracket.
  7. Fill the system with coolant.
  8. Connect the negative battery cable, run the vehicle until the thermostat opens, fill the radiator completely and check the automatic transaxle fluid level, if equipped.
  9. Allow the engine to warm up fully and check that the fans cycle on and off correctly. Watch the coolant level carefully in the overflow tank.
  10. Once the vehicle has cooled, recheck the coolant level.

Hope this helps (remember to rate this answer).

Feb 15, 2011 | Chrysler Sebring Cars & Trucks

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Looking for transmision fluid dip stick


Underhood Check
  • Engine oil--Check the engine oil level.
  • Coolant--Check the radiator coolant level in the reservoir.
  • Battery-- Visually check battery cables and connections.
  • Automatic transmission--Check the fluid level.
  • Master cylinder--Check the fluid level.
  • Power Steering--Check the fluid level.
  • Windshield washer--Check the fluid level.
  • Belts & hoses--Visually check all belts and hoses for wear. NOTE: In addition to the items listed above there are cases with some manufacturer's where odd components such as manual transmission/transaxles and front differentials many be equipped with a dipstick found underhood for fluid level check. If you are unsure of a dipstick on your vehicle, check with the owners manual. 89531p07.jpg
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  • Jan 29, 2011 | 2004 Saturn VUE

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    I am trying to replace the starter in my 86 nissan stanza but cant see it


    NISSAN STANZA WAGON - Manual Transmission


    Q. Where is the starter on a 1986 nissan stanza station wagon and how do you get to it ?


    Due to limited access to the starter, it is recommended that the transaxle be removed when servicing the starter.

    REMOVAL:

    1. Cold vehicle.

    Remove 2 mounting bracket bolts, 10 & 12 mm (Figure 1).

    Remove top starter motor bolt 14 mm with universal & long extensions.

    Raise vehicle on hoist.

    Remove front splash pans 10 mm.

    Automatic transmission: Drain 2 qts out.

    Remove rt-ft wheel 21 mm., & tie rod (Figure 3), axle cap, cotter pin, adj-nut & rubber washer.

    Remove ball joint nuts 17 mm., left lower control arm 19mm. & swaybar bracket 14 mm. (Fig 2).

    Remove axle nut 36mm (Figure 4), the front tube, catalytic converter heat insulators 10mm, ctr ex-tube 17 mm., and front tube from exhaust system (Figure 5).

    Remove long bolt from ft engine mount (next to radiator), 17mm socket (Figure 6, Item A).

    Remove tension rod mount 14 mm. Has adj-bracket with rubber insulators (Fig 6, Items B, C).

    Remove right side drive shaft bolts that hold shaft to bracket mounted on engine (Fig7) 12mm.

    Remove rt-driveshaft.

    CAUTION: Transaxle side seals are cut by spline teeth.

    Install hoist type transmission jack and wooden block under the transmission/engine. Be certain the transmission is safely balanced on the hoist.

    Remove 5 engine crossmember mounts (3 bolts, 2 nuts) 14mm.

    Remove nut that attaches crossmember to engine mount.

    Loosen stabilizer bar mounts to allow adequate clearance for crossmember to be removed.

    Remove following brackets to allow starter assembly to pass through bottom:

    tubular support bracket - engine to transaxle

    angled support bracket - driveshaft bracket to engine mount

    manifold collector stay - (bottom bolts)

    Loosen top bolts, remove bracket above driveshaft-holding bracket 14mm.

    NOTE: This bracket is slotted to allow it to slide out without completely removing the bolts.

    Remove bottom starter motor mounting bolt.

    Separate starter assembly from bellhousing, DC all cables/connectors, remove starter motor.

    When installing starter, connect cable, install/torque starter bolts.

    Nov 03, 2010 | 1986 Nissan Stanza

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    I BOUGHT A NISSAN SENTRA WITH THE ENGINE OUT I WANT TO KNOW WHAT I CAN BUY TO SHOW PIC SO I CAN INSTALL THE ENGINE


    Alldata.com is a good site to go to to get detailed information servicing automobiles.
    Also, repairpath.com can help, sometimes.

    1991-94 1.6L and 1991-96 2.0L Engines It is recommended that the engine and transaxle be removed as a unit. If necessary, they may be separated after removal. NOTE: The 1.6L (GA16DE) engine cannot be removed separately from the transaxle. Remove the engine and the transaxle as a unit. If equipped with 4WD, remove the engine, transaxle and transfer case together.
    1. Mark the hood hinge relationship and remove the hood.
    2. Release the fuel system pressure, disconnect the negative (-) battery cable and raise and support the vehicle safely.
    3. Drain the cooling system and the engine oil. CAUTION
      When draining engine coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted to ethylene glycol antifreeze and could drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantity. Always drain coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or is several years old.
    4. Remove the air cleaner and disconnect the throttle cable.
    5. Disconnect or remove the following:
      1. Drive belts.
      2. Ignition wire from the coil to the distributor
      3. Ignition coil ground wire and the engine ground cable
      4. Block connector from the distributor
      5. Fusible links
      6. Engine harness connectors
      7. Fuel and fuel return hoses
      8. Upper and lower radiator hoses
      9. Heater inlet and outlet hoses
      10. Engine vacuum hoses
      11. Carbon canister hoses and the air pump air cleaner hose
      12. Any interfering engine accessories: power steering pump, air conditioning compressor or alternator
      13. Driveshaft from transfer unit for 4WD vehicles. NOTE: Make sure to matchmark the driveshaft flanges.
    6. Remove the air pump air cleaner.
    7. Remove the carbon canister.
    8. Remove the auxiliary fan, washer tank, grille and radiator (with fan assembly).
    9. Remove the clutch cylinder from the clutch housing for manual transaxles.
    10. Remove both buffer rods without altering the length of the rods. Disconnect the speedometer cable.
    11. Remove the spring pins from the transaxle gear selector rods.
    12. Install engine slingers to the block and connect a suitable lifting device to the slingers. Do not tension the lifting device at this point.
    13. Disconnect the exhaust pipe at both the manifold connection and the clamp holding the pipe to the engine.
    14. Remove the lower ball joints.
    15. Drain the transaxle gear oil.
    16. Disconnect the right and left side halfshafts from their side flanges and remove the bolt holding the radius link support. NOTE: When drawing out the halfshafts, it is necessary to loosen the strut head bolts.
    17. Lower the shifter and selector rods, and remove the bolts from the engine mount brackets. Remove the nuts holding the front and rear engine mounts to the frame.
    18. Disconnect the clutch and accelerator wires and remove the speedometer cable with its pinion from the transaxle.
    19. Lift the engine/transaxle assembly up and away from the vehicle. To install:
    20. Installation is the reverse of removal but please pay close attention to the following important steps.
    21. Lower the engine/transaxle assembly into the vehicle. When lowering the engine onto the frame, make sure to keep it as level as possible.
    22. Check the clearance between the frame and clutch housing and make sure the engine mount bolts are seated in the groove of the mounting bracket.
    23. After installing the engine mounts, adjust and install the buffer rods. The front should be 3.50-3.58 in. (89-91mm), and the rear 3.90-3.98 in. (99-101mm).
    24. Tighten the engine mount bolts first, then apply a load to the mounting insulators before tightening the buffer rod and sub-mounting bolts.
    25. Make all the necessary engine adjustments. Charge the air conditioning system. Road test the vehicle for proper operation.
    1995-96 1.6L Engine Fig. 4: Height adjustment of the buffer rod - GA16DE engine
    NOTE: The engine and transaxle are removed as one unit from the underside of the vehicle. CAUTION
    Fuel injection systems remain under pressure after the engine has been turned OFF. Properly relieve fuel pressure before disconnecting any fuel lines. Failure to do so may result in fire or personal injury.
    1. Relieve the fuel system pressure.
    2. Disconnect the negative and positive battery cables.
    3. Remove the battery and battery tray from the vehicle.
    4. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
    5. Remove both front wheels.
    6. Remove the engine under covers and remove the engine side covers.
    7. Drain the coolant from the radiator and the engine block. CAUTION
      When draining engine coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted to ethylene glycol antifreeze and could drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantity. Always drain coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or is several years old.
    8. Drain the engine oil.
    9. Remove the air cleaner assembly and remove air duct.
    10. Note the locations and remove the vacuum hoses.
    11. Disconnect the heater hoses from the engine.
    12. If equipped, disconnect the A/T cooler hoses from the transaxle.
    13. Disconnect the fuel hoses from the engine.
    14. Note the locations and disconnect the harness and wiring connections.
    15. Disconnect the throttle cable and the cruise control cable.
    16. If equipped with automatic transaxle, disconnect the control cable.
    17. Remove the cooling fans, radiator, and the recovery tank.
    18. Remove the front driveshafts from the vehicle.
    19. Remove the front exhaust pipe.
    20. Disconnect the control rod and support rod from the transaxle.
    21. Remove the starter motor and intake manifold support brackets.
    22. Remove the engine drive belts.
    23. Remove the alternator and adjusting brackets.
    24. Remove the power steering pump and A/C compressor. It is not necessary to disconnect the lines.
    25. Remove the cylinder head front mounting bracket.
    26. Position a transmission jack under the transaxle and support the engine with engine slinger.
    27. Remove the center crossmember.
    28. On some models it may be necessary to remove the front stabilizer bar.
    29. Remove the engine mounting bolts from both sides of the engine.
    30. Slowly lower the jacking devices and remove the engine and transaxle from the vehicle. To install:
    31. Install the engine and transaxle assembly in the recerse order of removal but please note the following steps.
    32. For vehicles with manual transaxles, adjust the height of the mounting bracket (buffer rod). The distance between the two through bolts should be 2.126-2.205 in. (54-56mm).
    33. Tighten the control rod bolt to 10-13 ft. lbs. (14-18 Nm). Tighten the support rod bolt to 26-35 ft. lbs. (35-47 Nm).
    34. Start the engine and check for leaks. Make all the necessary adjustments.

    Oct 15, 2010 | 1996 Nissan Sentra

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    How to change Radiator in 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Radiator


    Hello, here are the instructions for rad replacement

  • Remove air cleaner assembly and the throttle body air inlet duct. .
  • Drain the coolant.
  • ).
  • Remove the engine strut brace bolts from the upper tie bar and rotate the struts and braces rearward. Refer to one of the following:
  • • Engine Mount Strut Bracket Replacement in Engine Mechanical - 3.1L • Engine Mount Strut Bracket Replacement in Engine Mechanical - 3.8L
  • Remove the electric cooling fans.
  • Remove the radiator bracket bolts and the radiator brackets.
  • Use the J 38185 in order to reposition the hose clamp at the radiator inlet hose.
  • Disconnect the radiator inlet hose from the radiator.
  • Use the J 38185 in order to reposition the hose clamp at the radiator outlet hose.
  • Disconnect the radiator out let hose from the radiator.
  • Remove the coolant level module.
  • Disconnect the transaxle oil cooler pipes from the radiator. Refer to one of the following:
  • • Automatic Transmission Oil Cooler Pipes Replacement in Automatic Transaxle - 4T60-E • Automatic Transmission Oil Cooler Pipes Replacement in Automatic Transaxle - 4T65-E.
  • Remove the transaxle oil cooler pipes from the retainer at the bottom of the radiator.



  • Remove the radiator.
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    Jun 12, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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    How do you change the radiator on a 1996 Buick Skylark?


    GM Grand Am/Achieva/Calais/Skylark/Somerset 1985-98 Radiator - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
    CAUTION Never open, service or drain the radiator or cooling system when hot; serious burns can occur from the steam and hot coolant. Also, when draining engine coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted to ethylene glycol antifreeze and could drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantities. Always drain coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or is several years old.
    A cross-flow radiator is used on most models. The radiators used on automatic transaxle models are equipped with oil coolers with inlet and outlet fittings for transmission fluid circulation. An aluminum-plastic radiator can be identified by the black plastic side tanks and aluminum radiator.
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Drain and recycle the engine coolant.
    3. If necessary for access to the radiator, remove the air intake duct assembly or air cleaner assembly.
    4. On automatic transaxles, disconnect and plug the upper oil cooler line.
    5. Disconnect the engine strut brace at the radiator, loosen the engine side bolt and swing aside, if equipped.
    6. Matchmark and remove the hood latch from the radiator support.
    7. Detach the upper hose and coolant reserve tank hose from the radiator.
    8. Disconnect the forward light harness and fan wiring. Remove the electric cooling fan. On some models this may not be able to be removed unless the front end of the vehicle is raised and supported.
    9. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
    10. Remove the engine cooling fan if not yet done.
    11. If equipped, remove the splash panel below the radiator outlet hose. Detach the lower hose from the radiator.
    12. If equipped, disconnect and plug the lower oil cooler line.
    13. Carefully lower the vehicle.
    14. If equipped with air conditioning, remove the radiator to condenser bolts. Unbolt the refrigerant line clamp. Do not disconnect the lines.
    15. Remove the mounting bolts and clamp, then the shroud (if equipped) and carefully lift the radiator out of the engine compartment.
    To install:
    1. Lower the radiator into position.
    2. Install the mounting clamps and bolts, including those associated with air conditioning parts.
    3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
    4. If equipped, attach the automatic transaxle cooler lines.
    5. Connect the lower hose(s) and attach the splash shield if equipped.
    If the engine cooling fan was removed while the vehicle was in the air, install the assembly and attach all electrical wiring.
    1. Carefully lower the vehicle.
    2. If not already done, install the electric cooling fan, then attach the electrical connector(s).
    3. Connect the upper hose and coolant reserve tank hose.
    4. Install the hood latch and strut brace.
    5. Fill the system with coolant.
    6. Connect the negative battery cable, then start the engine. Run the vehicle until the thermostat opens, fill the radiator and recovery tank to their correct levels, then check the automatic transaxle fluid level.
    7. Turn the engine OFF , then once the vehicle has cooled, recheck the coolant level.
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    May 05, 2010 | 1996 Buick Skylark

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    What is the procedure for removal of the radiator from the Mercury Mystique(1998 model)?


    Ford Contour/Mystique/Cougar 1995-1999 Repair Guide

    Radiator -REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
    (see Figures 1 through 7)

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    Fig. 1: Remove the upper radiator hose from the radiator


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    Fig. 2: Use a back-up wrench to remove the transaxle cooler line connections-automatic transaxle only


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    Fig. 3: the lower transaxle cooler line connection


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    Fig. 4: Remove the passenger side radiator mount and ...


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    Fig. 5: ... and the driver's side radiator mount


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    Fig. 6: The condenser can be support using mechanic's wire as shown here, or another suitable device


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    Fig. 7: Carefully lower the radiator out the bottom of the vehicle
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Drain and recycle the engine coolant.
    3. Remove the upper radiator hose from the radiator.
    4. On 2.5L equipped vehicles, remove the radiator overflow hose from the radiator.
    5. On vehicles equipped with an automatic transaxle only, remove the transmission cooler line from the cooler inlet fitting and plug the line and the fitting.
    6. Remove the engine fan.
    7. Raise and support the vehicle.
    8. Remove the lower radiator hose from the radiator.
    9. On vehicles equipped with an automatic transaxle only, remove the transmission cooler line from the cooler outlet fitting and plug the line and the fitting.
    Remove the cooler lines while holding the radiator connector with a back-up wrench.
    1. Support the radiator, and A/C condenser with a jackstand or other suitable device.
    2. Remove the lower radiator supports from the front of the subframe.
    3. Remove the two retaining bolts for the A/C condenser from the brackets at the bottom of the radiator.
    4. Position the jackstand aside and remove the radiator out the bottom of the vehicle.
    To install:
    1. Carefully raise the radiator into place and support the radiator with a jackstand or other suitable device. Install the two retaining bolts for the A/C condenser into the brackets at the bottom of the radiator.
    2. Install the lower radiator supports and tighten the bolts to 71-97 inch lbs. (8-11 Nm).
    3. Remove the jackstand and install the transmission cooler outlet line (if equipped) and the lower radiator hose to the radiator.
    4. Lower the vehicle.
    5. Install and tighten the fan shroud nuts.
    6. Install the transmission cooler inlet line (if equipped) and the upper radiator hose to the radiator.
    7. On 2.5L equipped vehicles, install the radiator overflow hose from the radiator.
    8. Connect the negative battery cable.
    9. Fill the cooling system with the proper 50 / 50 mixture and start the vehicle.
    10. Bleed the cooling system and check for leaks.

    Hope helps with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

    Jan 20, 2010 | 1996 Mercury Mystique

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