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Changing a radiator

Discussion in '1994-2004 V6 Mustang Tech' started by 04Moonstang, Apr 2, 2008.

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  1. 04Moonstang

    04Moonstang Well-Known Member

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    Alrighty, i searched, found nothing within the first 7 pages so i decided to write a thread.

    My friend has a 1997 camaro, she asked me if i could help her change it. i said i wouldn't be of much help to her but i can try. What better place to come to than here :rolleyes:. it's a v6 btw. she/I have never replaced one so i wouldn't know where to begin or what to do. help meh please?

    **i need the how to on - changing a radiator on a 1997 v6 camaro**
  2. 2KSTANGFIRE

    2KSTANGFIRE New Member

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    Drain water from botom, take off hoses and trany lines, unbolt/move anything in the way and remove it. Sometimes, if you cant find a write up on how to do something, its because its so damn easy to do, you should be able to figuire it out just by looking at it.
  3. 3WheelerDude

    3WheelerDude Goat lover

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    Make sure to <burp > the system afterwards. Basically, let it idle for a few minutes with the radiator cap off and top off after all the bubbles are gone.
  4. sycostang

    sycostang Heavy Metal Redneck!

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    Hopefully it's not retarded like the one I replaced on a 97 Taurus. The damn thing had to come out the bottom of the car. I wish my father had told me he had a chiltons manual for the stupid thing, would have saved me some head scratching.:uhh: