Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander
1.Remove the battery terminals off and the battery.
2.Disconnect wires links to the radiator fan.
3.Unsrew the hose clamp and drain the engine coolant.
4.Remove the hoses from the radiator aside.
5.Before you will remove the radiator,unscrew the bolt from the radiator and the body.
NOTE;The screws some is up and down bolted the body.
6.Then remove the radiator with the fan attach to it.may be you wil fixed it complet.if not so then seperate them.
For you to install is the revers procedure of how you remove it.but make sure that the hoses fit it very well and clamp it nicely.connect the fan wires proper and prevent overhearting of the engine.
Fill the engine with amount of proper engine coolant.
Fixed the battery and connect the terminals according to it right position.
Then start the engine and see if there will be a leaks.thankyou
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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