Question about 1998 Mercury Mountaineer
Yes, take the radiator fan loose and remove it from engine compartment, then take radiator hoses and transmission lines loose, then take radiator brackets off, take off the a/c line bracket that attaches to radiator then move it towards driverside and you should get it out, the A/C condensor will be hanging there so be careful not to damage it in the process.
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