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Should be right in front of your motor witht he cooling fans in front it has the big knob on it with a big hose connected to it were you put antifreeze in it

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  • Jim Mar Mar 31, 2011

    There is a radiator on the front of the engine, and a small radiator called a heater core under the dash that would have to be removed to get to it.

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