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Installing new ac condenser help without bending

I need to know the steps to get this new condenser on my Xterra, Theres no room to work and I have no haynes book. I need it installed. PLease Help

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If you remove the grill, you will have loads of room! Some of the screws are well hidden. Be Gentle! Frankster016

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i guess you are asking how to install it
here is how it works
first of all dont buy cheap things.im glad you bought this
here are the steps

Disconnect positive battery terminal.

Drain engine coolant.

Remove engine mounts (2) from van frame and flip them over backwards.

Remove the hood latch (leave cable connected)

Remove the two bars that connects the frame to the inside fender.

Remove the engine coolant overflow tank

remove air filter cover and filter and accordian hose

Remove upper and lower rad hoses

remove the two brackets that holds the rad

remove the two bolts that holds the fan assembly to the rad (one each end)

unplug fan plug

unhook lines from bracket at bottom of fan assembly.

remove fan assembly.

remove bolts from ac lines to condenser.

remove bracket that holds ac lines to rad (I think it's the rad)
lift rad upwards and away from frame enough to lift condenser out.

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