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drain fluid in a pan. Draincock on drivers side at the bottom, hand screw out.
take off upper and bottom hose.
take off fan shroud.
unscrew oil and transmission cooler lines if equipped.
pull out fan.
installation in reverse steps.
fill coolant One inch below neck line.
hose down any excess coolant splatter not collected in pan to neutralize to protect cats, dogs, pets.

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