Question about 2001 Ford Taurus
I haven't had the pleasure of removing the radiator yet... looks like you could do it from top or bottom. If from botton, you'd have to begin by jacking the car up so you have enough clearance, secure on stands, and remove the spashguards. It looks like you sould be able to remove from top too, which is prolly what I would do, just be careful of the fusebox there. There are lots of hoses around too, so be careful.
Also, I would flush first so you don't bring the old antifreeze and crud/ rust / sediment into a new radiator.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for your help, I checked a little further and according to the source I have to take it out from the bottom. I guess it's a clearance issue"
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