If the overall dimensions are correct with two radiators you can use the automatic radiator to a manual tranny car. Those two extra pipes are for the Transmission Fluid cooler. You have to block those two pipes, or connect them.
I used my manual '89 Escort more than 3 years with an used radiator which came from an automatic car.
there is a hose coming from the radiator there should be 2 screws and a round looking piece and the thermostat is right behind it
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If the smoke is coming from the electric fan itself, then it needs replacing. It could be the smoke is steam that the fan is drawing from the radiator, and you have a coolant leak at the radiator.
Hi there I have a VN and had my radiator blow on it. If your looking at your radiator front on you you will notice a big black hose coming out of the radiator on the top. If you follow that back to the motor you will notice that it connects to a housing there. inside that houseing you will find the thermostat. Hope it helps
Blown head gasket.
Consider replacing your radiator cap . .
Looking down at the radiator. Look to your left there is a Hose coming from the top of the radiator. It should curve to the right, at the end of the hose you should see three bolts. Remove the three bolts lift hose and you should see your old thermostat. If not that is where it should be. NOTE: YOU SHOULD DRAIN THE RADIATOR FLUID SO THE HOSE IS NOT FULL OF COOLANT WHEN YOU REMOVE THE THREE BOLTS TOO INSTALL YOUR THERMOSTAT.
look for antifreeze coming out of the radiator as the engine warms up after a cold start.
To change the coolant in an AU Ford Falcon 2001 model, open the radiator drain plug and add warm tap water once all coolant stops coming out. Again drain the radiator and add the coolant.
Check your heater hoses, that's where the water ciruclates into the heater from the water pump.
Assuming you have not noticed and leaks or puddles near the car the next thing would be to watch for steam coming out of your tailpipe. If there is you probly have a bad head gasket.
It's going to be on the exhaust system somewhere. My 97 has it right in front of the motor next to the radiator coming out of the exhaust manifold. Looks like a spark plug looking thing with a single wire coming out of it.