InstructionsDifficulty: Moderately Challenging
== * Resealable container * Replacement radiator * Engine coolant * Distilled water Step1 Disconnect the negative battery cable before you begin. Loosen the drain plug on the bottom of the radiator and drain the engine coolant into a resealable container. If you loosen the radiator cap, the fluids will flow faster.
Step2 Unhook the radiator inlet hose and outlet hoses, and disconnect the oil cooler inlet hose and outlet hoses. Disconnect the connector on the fan motor and the clamps on the fan shroud's wire harness.
Step3 Remove the fan mount bolts and the fan, along with the motor, and pull the radiator assembly out of the engine compartment. Detach the fan from the old radiator and transfer it to the new radiator.
Step4 Slide the new radiator carefully into the engine compartment and tighten the bolts and claps on the radiator and the fan.
Step5 Reconnect the clamps on the fan shroud's wire harness, the connector on the fan motor, the oil cooler outlet and inlet hoses and the radiator outlet and inlet hoses. Reconnect the reverse battery connector.
Step6 Fill the radiator with a blend of half engine coolant and half distilled water, pouring slowly to avoid air build-up.
Step7 Start the engine and let the car warm up to bleed air from the system. Turn off the engine and top off the coolant level.
* Be environmentally responsible and reuse engine coolant if it isn't too old or contaminated. If you choose not to reuse it, take it to a garage or hazardous waste facility where it can be disposed of properly. * Be sure to keep engine coolant in a sealed container out of the reach of children and pets, and if any is spilled, clean it up immediately. Remember that antifreeze tastes sweet, and can be fatal if ingested. * Wear protective clothing, gloves and eyewear when replacing the radiator in your Toyota Camry. Never open the radiator cap if the temperature of the engine coolant is 100 degrees or more, as serious burns can occur.
Remove the radiator and take it to a radiator shop.
a bad radiator -automatic portion of radiator not cooling off transmission
Bottom of radiator
Number one is the cylinder closest to the radiator.Number one is the cylinder closest to the radiator.
Yes! both the radiator and the hoses are swapable :) Just besure that if your vehicle has a automatic transmission the radiator has the automatic transmission cooling line fittings.
Drain the radiator of fluid, take the shroud off if it has one, take top and lower radiator hoses off the radiator, if automatic transmission you need to take the 2 lines that go into the bottom of the radiator off, unbolt the 4 bolts that hold the radiator in to the radiator support and pull the radiator out, to install new radiator just reverse the process.
the cylinder head has damaged the oil from the engine going to radiator
4 cylinder : it is under the housing that the upper radiator hose hooks to.6 cylinder : It is under the housing that the lower radiator hose hooks to.4 cylinder : it is under the housing that the upper radiator hose hooks to.6 cylinder : It is under the housing that the lower radiator hose hooks to.
Four cylinder, it is where the upper radiator hose attaches. Six cylinder, it is where the lower radiator hose attaches.
In a minivan it is the farthest passenger side cylinder on the radiator side head.In a minivan it is the farthest passenger side cylinder on the radiator side head.
If this radiator has a plastic top, I would suggest you purchase a new radiator. If it is metal, then remove the radiator and have it repaired and flushed, at a radiator shop. This is a good time to service your cooling system. Replace the thermostat and flush the engine out. Check all radiator hoses including the heater hoses, and replace if necessary. Reinstall a 50/50 mix of the appropriate coolant. Don't forget to bleed the air out of the system after reinstalling everything.
drain radiator. remove upper and lower hoses from radiator. if automatic, disconnect tansmission cooler lines. remove fan shroud, or electric fan,whichever applies. unbolt radiator supports and remove radiator.
A 4.0 Jeep is a six cylinder. The 4th cylinder would be the 4th one from the front. #1 is the closest to the radiator, #6 is the farthest from the radiator.
wich one radiator, engine or transmission (manual or automatic)... wich one radiator, engine or transmission (manual or automatic)...
yes, anytime you have to take a radiator out of an automatic car the tranny lines have to come off the radiator.
how toreplace radiator in a 2001 honda accord ex four cylinder
to replace the radiator you will have to remove the front clip of the car and the air intake box i replaced mine it took me around 8 hours.. yeah me too. lot's of fun!
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION# Drain cooling system by removing radiator cap and opening draincock located at the lower rear corner of the radiator tank. Fig. 38 Radiator Replacement# Remove rubber radiator overflow hose from radiator coolant recovery reservoir and disconnect it from radiator. # Remove fan shroud attaching bolts. # Lift fan shroud back and drape it on fan. # Loosen upper and lower hose clamps at radiator and remove upper radiator hose and lower radiator from connectors. # Disconnect two automatic transmission oil cooling lines from radiator fittings, if equipped. # On models equipped with E4OD transmission, disconnect heated water bypass hose attached to lower tank. # Remove four radiator attaching bolts. # Tilt radiator back about one inch and lift upward, clear of radiator support. # Lift fan shroud off of fan and remove from vehicle. # Reverse procedure to install.
Size and shape.
yes you can
Number one is the cylinder closest to the radiator.
Four cylinder, it is where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine. Six cylinder, it is where the lower radiator hose attaches to the engine.
Drain the radiator. Remove all of the hoses. Remove the transmission cooler lines if equipped with an automatic transmission. Remove the fan shroud. Remove the bolts that hold the top radiator support in place. Lift the radiator out.
On the (4.6L) The number 5 cylinder is located on Driver side first one from the radiator. On the (5.7L) The number 5 cylinder is located on Driver side first one from the radiator.