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Change radiator how do i remove and replace the radiator in a 1992 Mazda 626

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Its fairly simple. First open pet **** valve on bottom of radiator (if applicable) to drain fluid then remove upper and lower hoses and disconnect and unbolt electric fans, then disconnect water temperature sensor (if applicable) and automatic transmission lines (if applicable) and remove fans with 10 mm socket, then unbolt top radiator bolts with 10 mm socket, simply pull up radiator carefully, you may have to remove part of you air intake system if above radiator if so remove clamp and 10 mm bolts holding it and pull up and away from air intake box after that it should be fairly easy to pull also always check your radiator cap for wear and replace it that may save you alot of money.

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