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First you will need to remove the plastic cover thats under the center of the dashboard,i believe the bolts are either 1/4" or 7mm or 8mm then you need to disconnect the coolant lines under the hood which will be behind the engine,those clamps should be either 1/4" or 5/16",you will lose some antifreeze but you could just clamp off the hoses with vise grip pliers,make sure you release the pressure on the cooling system first or do it when the car is cold,that will make it a little easier to get behind the engine,hope this helps

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