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How to remove the radiator without removing the a/c evaporator/condensor, if possible.

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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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