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Raditor mounting rubber, Different ones are on the bottom too.

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How do you remove the radiator on a 2007 chrysler sebring limited 3.5


REMOVAL

  1. Disconnect negative cable from battery.
  2. Remove radiator upper crossmember support. WARNING: DO NOT REMOVE THE CYLINDER BLOCK PLUG OR THE RADIATOR DRAINCOCK WITH THE SYSTEM HOT AND UNDER PRESSURE BECAUSE SERIOUS BURNS FROM COOLANT CAN OCCUR.
  3. Drain the cooling system.
  4. Remove the radiator fans.
  5. Disconnect coolant reserve/recovery hose.
  6. Remove vapor purge solenoid from mounting bracket.
  7. Disconnect upper and lower hoses from the radiator.
  8. Remove the A/C condenser side brackets to radiator attaching screws. Separate the condenser from the radiator by lifting upward to disengage from lower mounts. Allow the condenser to rest in front of radiator.
  9. Radiator can now be lifted free from engine compartment. Care should be taken not to damage radiator cooling fins or water tubes during removal.
  10. INSTALLATION

    1. Be sure the air seal is in position before radiator is installed. Slide radiator down into position. Seat the radiator with the rubber isolators into the mounting holes provided, with a 10 lbs. force.
    2. Position air conditioning condenser onto the radiator lower mounts and install upper screws. Tighten fasteners to 5 Nm (45 in. lbs.).
    3. Install the radiator upper and lower hoses.
    4. Connect the coolant reserve/recovery hose.
    5. Connect the vapor purge solenoid to the mounting bracket.
    6. Install the radiator fans.
    7. Install the radiator upper crossmember support.
    8. Fill the cooling system.
    9. Connect negative cable to battery.

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How do I replace the radiator in our 2003 Centre ? Looks as if mounts are in way. Just did hoses so I know basics , but don't know surprises.


first off all u will need to undo the hoses and then locate the brackets holding the radiator
there might be other pipes or brackets In the way that u will also need to undo
brackets should be situated on the top or side of the radiator and pushes in to rubber grommets at the bottom

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Dog bone location 2005 grand am gt


Depending on the engine, some have a mount on top of the radiator.
Its called a dog bone because it is a metal strip with a rubber piece in each end, like a bone. One end bolts to the radiator support, the other bolts to a bracket on top of the engine.
If it has one, you set the brake, put the trans in neutral, unbolt one end and pull the engine forward. Some mounts have a secondary hole to put the bolt in to hold the engine forward.
You can look up "motor mounts - struts" at the online auto parts stores for photos.

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Disconnect the negative battery cable.
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Remove the radiator fan module (FAN MODULE IN VEHICLE) (Refer to 7 - COOLING/ENGINE/RADIATOR FAN - REMOVAL).
Remove the wiring harness clip from front mount.
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Remove the lower bracket bolt to engine block (BRACKET ENGINE BLOCK BOLT).
Relocate the front mount and bracket.
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Disconnect the solenoid connector from starter.
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Help been to auto store 3x looking for bolt/bushing metal plates located one n each side of radiator attaching crossmember to frame 1990 crown vic wagon deer got me needs replacement what...


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If you have about 1/8" of slop that is normal. If it is worse than that do you have the rubber spacers on the top posts of the radiator that go in the holes of the radiator mounting brackets. If you need to you can remove your mounting brackets and bend them down a bit to add tension. This will calm some of the slop down; you want it to move a little bit as the vehicle flexes and hits bumps. A fully stiff radiator will soon be a broken radiator.

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How to replace radiator in a 2002 jeep grand cherokee v8


WARINING
Do not remove the cylinder block drain plugs or loosen the radiator drain **** with the system hot and under pressure. Serious burns from coolant can occur.

WARNING When removing the radiator or A/C condenser for any reason, note the location of all radiator- to-body and radiator-to-A/C condenser rubber air seals. These are used at the top, bottom and sides of the radiator and A/C condenser. To prevent overheating, these seals must be installed to their original positions.

Removal & Installation:
  1. Disconnect battery negative cable.
  2. Remove radiator pressure cap.
  3. For access to radiator draincock, remove radiator grill mounting screws and remove grill.
  4. Attach one end of a 24 inch long x 1 / 4 inch ID hose to the radiator petcock Put the other end into a clean container. Open petcock and drain radiator.
  5. Detach power steering fluid reservoir from fan shroud and lay aside.
  6. Disconnect electric cooling fan electrical connector, if equipped
  7. Disconnect CRS hose from radiator filler neck and remove from shroud retaining loops.
  8. Remove the four (4) viscous fan/drive assembly nuts from the water pump pulley and remove fan/drive assy.
  9. Remove the four (4) fan shroud to core support mounting screws.
  10. Remove the electric fan (if equipped) and shroud assembly from the vehicle
  11. Remove radiator upper crossmember.
  12. If equipped with air conditioning, separate radiator from condenser by removing condenser-to-radiator mounting brackets.
  13. Disconnect upper and lower radiator hoses.
  14. If equipped, disconnect and plug automatic transmission fluid cooler lines. Quick Connect Fitting Release Tool 6935 may be needed. If equipped with remote transmission cooler, remove line to cooler from bracket at bottom of radiator
  15. Lift radiator straight up and out of engine compartment taking care not to damage fins.
  16. If radiator is to be replaced, be sure to remove and transfer any components not included with replacement radiator.
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To install:
  1. The radiator is supplied with two alignment dowels. They are located on the bottom tank and fit into rubber grommets in the radiator lower crossmember.
  2. Lower radiator into engine compartment. Position alignment dowels into rubber grommets in radiator lower crossmember.
  3. If equipped with air conditioning, attach condenser to radiator with mounting brackets
  4. Install radiator upper crossmember and four mounting bolts.
  5. Install radiator upper crossmember-to-isolator nuts. Tighten nuts to 86 inch lbs. (10 Nm) torque. If isolator-to-radiator nuts had been removed, tighten them to 47 inch lbs. (5 Nm).
  6. Connect radiator upper and lower hoses.
  7. If equipped, connect automatic transmission fluid cooler lines. If equipped with remote cooler, attach cooler line to bracket at bottom of radiator.
  8. Install electric fan (if equipped) and shroud assembly. Insert alignment tabs at bottom of fan shroud into slots in bracket at bottom of radiator. Tighten mounting bolts to 31 inch lbs. (3 Nm).
  9. Connect electric cooling fan electrical connector.
  10. Install power steering reservoir to fan shroud.
  11. Install grill.
  12. Connect battery negative cable.
  13. Fill cooling system with correct coolant.
  14. Install pressure cap.
  15. Check and adjust automatic transmission fluid level (if equipped)
  16. Start engine and visually check for leaks.

For more details I suggest review the Service Repair Manual:
- Section-07-Cooling-System-Ewj7 (page 33 and next)
- Section-07a-Cooling-System-Ewj7a

I really hope helped with this (remember rated and comment this help) Good luck.

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Changing a radiator on a 1999 bmw 528i


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ccarver96: 1st the radiator, unless it has been replaced with an aftermarket "all metal" radiator, is going to be aluminum with plastic tanks.
Your radiator should have large round pins about 2-3 inches long manufactured on the bottom plastic tank. You should have something similar on the top tank. These are out near the ends facing downward. for the bottom tank and straight up for the top tank. coming off the lower core support, there should be places with holes and there should be large rubber grommets which fit into the holes and then the pins for the radiator, fit inside the center of the grommets. This way you have rubber isolating the plastic from touching metal.
At the top, there will be brackets which will have rubber rings which fit inside the brackets and the rings fit over each pin on the top radiator tank. The brackets then are bolted to the upper tie bar of the core support. You now have a radiator which is secured within the body of the car but has rubber mounts which keep it from touching metal. That is what keeps the radiator from getting damaged.
If your radiator is getting damaged other than that, if it is touching the body at any other point, the body has been damaged and needs to be repaired.
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Replacing radiator 95 Jeep GC


No it is not difficult to replace a radiator it can be done with basic handtools I would not suggest a used radiator, if at all possible spend a little extra now and buy one with the best warranty (lifetime) available although with a new one you are looking at approx $250 plus coolant. Here is the proper procedure for replacment
Grand Cherokee
See Figures 9, 10 and 11
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Open the radiator valve and drain the cooling system.
  3. Remove the fan and shroud assembly.
0900c152800a9917.jpgFig. 9: Radiator and condenser mounting
  1. If equipped, disconnect the automatic transmission cooling line quick-fit connections.
  2. Matchmark the upper radiator crossmember and adjust the crossmember to the left or right.
0900c152800a9918.jpgFig. 10: Radiator upper crossmember assembly
  1. Eight clips are used to retain a rubber seal to the body. Gently pry up the outboard clips (2 per side) until the rubber seal can be removed. Do not remove the seals entirely. Fold back the seal on both sides to access the grille opening reinforcement mounting bolts and remove the bolts.
  2. Remove the grille.
  3. Remove the upper brace bolt from each of the 2 radiator braces.
  4. Remove the crossmember-to-radiator mounting nuts.
  5. Working through the grille opening, remove the lower bracket bolt securing the lower part of the hood latch or hood latch cable from the crossmember.
  6. Lift the crossmember straight up and position it aside.
  7. If equipped with A/C, remove the 2 A/C condenser-to-radiator mounting bolts which also retain the side mounted rubber air seals.
  8. If not equipped with A/C, remove the bolts retaining the side mounted rubber air seals compressed between the radiator and crossmember.
Note the location of the air seals. To prevent overheating, they must be installed in their original position.
  1. Disconnect the coolant reservoir/overflow tank hose from the radiator.
  2. Disconnect the upper hose from the radiator.
  3. Carefully lift the radiator a slight amount and disconnect the lower hose from the radiator.
  4. Lift the radiator up and out of the engine compartment, take care not to scrape the fins or disturb the A/C condenser if equipped.
If equipped with an auxiliary automatic transmission oil cooler, use caution during radiator removal. The oil cooler lines are routed through a rubber air seal on the left side of the radiator. Do not cut or tear this seal.
To install:
0900c152800a9919.jpgFig. 11: Radiator alignment dowels
  1. Lower the radiator into the vehicle. Guide the alignment dowels into the hoses in the rubber air seals and then through the A/C support brackets, if equipped. Continue to guide the radiator through the rubber grommets located in the lower crossmember.
If equipped with A/C, the L-shaped brackets, located on the bottom of the condenser, must be positioned between the bottom of the rubber air seals and top of rubber grommets.
  1. Connect the lower radiator hose to the radiator.
  2. Connect the upper radiator hose to the radiator.
  3. If equipped with A/C, install the bolts condenser-to-radiator mounting bolts.
  4. If not equipped with A/C, install the rubber air seal retaining bolts.
  5. Connect the reservoir/overflow tank hose to the radiator.
  6. If the radiator-to-upper crossmember rubber insulators were removed, install them.
  7. Install the hood latch support bracket-to-lower frame crossmember bolt.
  8. Install the bolts securing the upper radiator crossmember to the body.
  9. Install the radiator-to-upper crossmember nuts.
  10. Install a bolt to each upper radiator brace.
  11. Install the grille.
  12. Position the rubber seal and push down on the clips until seated.
  13. If equipped, connect the transmission cooling lines.
  14. Install the fan shroud with the fan.
  15. Install the fan and shroud.
  16. Rotate the fan blades and ensure they do not interfere with the shroud and at least 1 inch (25mm) of clearance is allowed. Correct as necessary.
  17. Fill the cooling system.

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