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Removing a radiator

Removing two cooler lines from a radiator for a 1994 dodge dakota

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If you are talking about the spring clips on the upper and lower hoses there is a special tool just for those its about 40 dollars i just did a radiator in my 94 slt 5.2 and i wasnt about to spend money on that tool, a big pair of channel locks work, i used vise grips because you have to keep it clamped in order to remove it!! the one at the thermostat is a bit tricky but can be done, hope this helps you

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Theres pins that snap over the connector that connects the cooler lines to the radiator. Once you remove those...(DO NOT LOSE THEM!!!!) There hell replacing. The hose' should come right off.
Let me know if that helps!

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