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I need a step by step on replacing a radiator on a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer V8 5.0 with automatic transmission.I would like help on this exact SUV please anybody know????

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I am not familiar with this vehicle however, they are pretty much all the same,
remove shrouds, unplug sensor plug, remove 2 transmission lines, remove both top and bottom radiator hoses, remove overflow hose, remove mounting bolts/screws and lift out, do not start vehicle with radiator out. adiator can be repaired or replaced. assembly is in reverse. ensure to run engine up to operating temperature and top up slowly, when engine is cold again, top back up. Good luck

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Its very simple. just remove the top shroud. then there should be two bolts on top holding the radiator secure, remove any fans, pull back the hoses, there might be some ol lines to the radiator (pull those to) everything goes back the same way

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