No, it is not hard. If your vehicle has a Automatic trans you will generally need a metric flare nut wrenches,drain pan, basic metric tools, antifreeze. Start by removing neg battery cable, remove any radiator decorative plastic covering if so equipped, then one end of lower hose, use a drain pan to catch fluid, remove connector for electric fan and remove fan, or remove fan clutch and fan,whichever you have,remove fan shroud if equipped, remove both rad hoses, using the flare nut wrenches remove atuomatic trans cooler lines is so equipped ( this is the hardest part if the lines are real tight- that is why these wrenches are needed) remove fasteners that hold rad in place. Reverse procedure, fill with coolant and keep cap off while it idles for 15 minutes to insure that all air is bled out. Done. I hope this helps you. Mark
To replace a radiator on a 200 Buick Regal is not really that hard. You will need to remove all belts attached to the radiator and then unscrew the bolts that are holding the radiator. Make sure the car/truck has been off for a long period and the radiator is not hot.
Will a 1992 mazda miata hardtop fit a 2000 mazda miata?
on the bottom . hard to see. if you break it you must replace the radiator
Having a head gasket replaced on a 2000 Amigo can be replaced but it can be hard depending on if the mechanic has the right instructions. Also, depending on the condition of the head gasket can depend on how hard it is replace the gasket.
how is it to replace fuel pump on 2000 Chevrolet truck
there is a plug on the bottom of the radiator The drain plug is on the lower passenger side of the radiator. It is very hard to get to. It is easier to just remove the lower hose.
To replace a thermostat on 1998 Silhouette, locate it under the top hose assembly inside the radiator. It is fairly easy to replace with the right tools.
On the left hand side of the radiator on the bottom. It's hard to get to and make sure you don't lose the drain cock because it is difficult to replace.
You can replace pipes and hoses relatively easily, but if the radiator itself is damaged, you can't fix it. You will need a machine shop that can actually repair the cracked metal.
need diagram of how to install pcm in a 2000 mitsbishi galant
Yeah, wouldn't doubt it...Same model, just different year, window shouldn't be too hard to fit.
You're going to have to take the front of the car off. It's not as hard as it sounds. Get a repair manual; I have a Haynes. It will walk you through the procedure. You will probably have to special order the radiator. Don't forget to replace the hoses while you're at it.
its not that hard but if someone asks how to replace something than the best thing for you to do is take it to a shop. it would be alot easyer and head ache free.
Take it to a good mechanic. Too hard to do it yourself. Ed
how hard is it to remove a flywheel on 2002 volvo s80
you didn't specify manual or automatic tranny but know thisstarting in 1991 ford made (in my opinion) a big mistakethey joined forces with Mazda corp. instead of a 1.9 the escortsgot the 1.8 Mazda not to mention a Mazda tranny/ suspension.by joining with Mazda all parts became much more expensive and more difficult to replace!! thanks alot japan!!! good luck with your hybrid!!!
Easiest way is to take cadilic converter off. It's hard to do but the easiest way. Just did one today.
It is on the evaporator case and is held in with 2 screws.
check the idle control valve not that hard to replace and inexpensive
It is up above the rear axle housing. It looks like a bear to get to, but isn't too hard to replace.
On a 98 venture the starter is located in front and just under radiator. Simple to reach and change. I learned the hard way.
turn off all water in home heating sytem. then place a towel under the nuts to release the radiator on both sides, loosen the nuts one at a time. Next shake radiator hard to dislodge conection. pull old radiator out and replace with new one and connect nut to the radiator on both side sucuring and tighten. turn water back on and fill system again.
Hard water, and calcium can build up insite the hoses and get released in chungs during the flush process. These pieces can get caught in the thermostat and cause it to fail. You can try removing the thermostat or just replace it as it is an in-expensive part. You might consider re-flushing the radiator as more calcium might hit the thermostat after replacing it.
On the older 4.0L Ford there is a plastic shroud directly under the radiator. Remove it (not hard) and you should find the drain petcock. It is easy to spot and is on the passenger side of the radiator.