1. Open drain plug at the bottom of the rad and drain the rad. 2. Remove the fan and its wire connectors. 3. Disconnect the upper and lower rad hoses. 4. If automatic transmission, disconnect transmission cooler lines with correct size FLARE wrench (very important to use a flare wrench, using a regular open wrench will twist the lines). 5. Remove the fan shield if there is one. 6. Remove the rad and shroud by lifting straight up. 7. Install new rad and transfer any fittings from the old one. 8. Connect lines and hoses and fan. 9. Refill rad run and test. If you lost some automatic Transmission Fluid from the lines, check your ATF level just in case.
Take off the black plastic remove ur fans and unplug hoses and take off the radiator and install new one
what type engine oil does a 92' Chevy camaro rs v6 take what type engine oil does a 92' Chevy camaro rs v6 take
For the front speakers you need to take off the dash pad and the rear speakers you need to take off the rear speaker panels.
Drain the vans radiator. Remove the top radiator hose and water inlet. take the thermostat out. Put in the new thermostat and re install the inlet and hose. Refill the radiator.
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.
take it to a mechanic
Take it to a mechanic.
take it to a mechanic
How do you take off a radiator for a 98 Buick Regal
Remove the radiator and take it to a radiator shop.
It is simple. Remove all hoses and tubing connections. Remove radiator retaning bolts -screws or other. Take the old one out and put the new radiator in it's place Now reconnect all things disconnected earlier.
Drain the radiator and dispose of the fluid as it is toxic to animals. Take off the pump drive belt, and remove the fan. unbolt the water pump and pull it out. Install the new pump, and reinstall the fan and belt. Fill the radiator with fresh coolant.
There isn't one, you have to take off the lower radiator hose.
Drain the radiator. Remove the top radiator hose. Remove the water inlet, and take the thermostat from underneath it. Install the new thermostat. Reinstall the inlet and hose. Fill the system with coolant.
I have a 93 3.8 and it's not a bad project but the lower oil cooler line is a b..tch, disconnect the lower line from the two brackets under the radiator and install lower line before you install the radiator
Take it to a Chevy dealership.
To replace the Cavaliers water pump, drain the radiator. Remove the pumps drive belt. Unbolt the pump and take it off ( you might have to take the fan and shroud off to get to the pump.) Install the new pump and put the belt back on. Refill the radiator with antifreeze.
unhook it from the speedometer head and unhook it from the tranny and take it out.
Dextron Automatic Transmision Fluid, Not gear lube.
You take off the hoses and do it.
Make sure the engine is cool. Take off the radiator cap that is on the radiator. Pour in a half and half mixture of distilled water and antifreeze unti it is full then replace the radiator cap.
Take off your grill and radiator , radiator support ,hood and pull engine out the front of van.
A brand-new radiator will cost between $300 and $800. The cost is dependent upon the size and the type of radiator. It will take approximately 1.5 hours of labor to install the new radiator.
take out the bolts where the top radiator hose enters the motor,pull out thermostat,clean off gasket material on both sides,install thermostat and new gasket,tighten bolts
dot 3 brakefluid is what a 1996 Chevy camaro takes in the hydrolic clutch fluid resivor