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Im trying to relpace the radiator for my 97 Town and Country and I need advice on how it would be the easiest way to remove and replace it.

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You will have to disconnect the battery, remove the air breather box for the intake, drain the radiator, unbolt the top radiator support and remove it, possibly if I remember correctly you will also have to unbolt the hood latch, disconnect the upper and lower radiator hoses, unbolt the cooling fans, and carefully tilt the radiator back towards the engine and lift it out. Be sure to recover the grommets from the bottom of the old radiator to use on the new one as they provide vibration dampening that the radiator needs as it is metal and plastic.

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