How do you replace the radiator on a 94 Grand Am?
Book says: read warning about antifreeze 1. Disconnect the cable from the negative battery terminal. 2. Drain the cooling system. 3. Remove the cooling fan 4. Detach the radiator hoses from radiator, disconnect coolant recovery hose, oil cooler lines and automatic transaxle models, disconnect and plug the fluid cooler lines. 5. On ac models, remove the condenser line retaining clips and the condenser-to-radiator mounting bolts. 6. Remove the radiator mounting bolts and lift from engine compartment. If new, transfer fittings from old unit. 7 Installation is the reverse of removal. After reconnect all hoses and lines, refill with proper coolant mixter and the start engine to test for leaks.
Why is my 94 Toyota truck with 4 cylinder 22re engine temperature high even after replacing water pump thermostat and radiator?
Radiator coolant pouring out from behind radiator more on passenger side car overheating what can cause this on a 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Engine Coolant is probably coming out of a small hole on the bottom of your water pump. This usually means your seals are gone in the pump and that the pump should be replaced. This happened to my '93 Jeep Grand Cherokee on I-40 near Knoxville about 3 years ago. NEW ADDITION: I am having the same problem with my 94 grand Cherokee today, we replaced the water pump and the problem still persists, there…
Well ... I just had to replace the top radiator hose (only) on my 1999 Grand Voyager *tonight* and found your question when I was looking for hints ;) It turns out that replacing the top hose is a piece of cake. Initially, the access to the radiator end of the hose is poor. I had to remove a bit of the trim above the grill. This exposed the hose clamp for the end going…
Your best bet is to change out the radiator,because if you remove the radiator and take side off to repair the tube you will not get the radiator to seal up the crimps or to soft to get tight enought to keep it from leaking water ,been there ,done that and ended up with new radiator, radiator barn is good place to get a new one.
First, you must find out WHERE it's leaking. If it's a radiator hose or heater hose, replace the hose. If it's a water pump leak, replace the water pump. If it's a leaking radiator, take it to a radiator shop and have the radiator replaced or repaired. If it's a freeze plug, head gasket or other leak, you'll need more serious repairs.