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Hi, these radiators are designed to be removed from the bottom of the car so you will need to be able to raise the car high enough to drop the radiator down and angle it so to get it out. Also the radiator and A/C condenser are attached to each other and meant to be removed and installed that way so you will need to have the A/C system evacuated and recharged.

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