REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Fig. Fig. 1 Cylinder block coolant drain plug locations for the V8 and 6-cylinder engines
Fig. Fig. 2 Typical radiator mounting. The lower mounting bolt holes are slotted; remove the upper bolts and loosen the lower bolts enough to lift the radiator out
Fig. Fig. 3 To remove the radiator, first drain the system, then disconnect and plug the transmission lines
Fig. Fig. 4 Next, detach the lower radiator hose. Make sure to catch any spilled coolant in a container
Fig. Fig. 5 Disconnect the coolant overflow hose from the radiator fill neck
Fig. Fig. 6 Loosen the upper radiator hose clamp ...
Fig. Fig. 7 ... then disconnect it from the radiator
Fig. Fig. 8 Remove the fan shroud attaching bolts ...
Fig. Fig. 9 ... and push the shroud backwards and out of the wayif necessary, remove it
Fig. Fig. 10 Remove the radiator attaching bolts ...
Fig. Fig. 11 ... then lift the radiator from the vehicle
Drain the cooling system. Detach and plug the oil cooling lines for the automatic transmission.
Disconnect the hose clamps and remove the upper and lower radiator hoses from the radiator.
Remove the fan shroud. Slide the shroud rearward over the fan and rest it on the engine.
Remove the radiator attaching bolts and lift the radiator out of the car.
Reverse the above steps to install. On automatic transmission cars, check the fluid level. Fill the cooling system with the proper misture of anti-freeze and water. Run the engine with the heater on and the radiator cap off for about 10 minutes, checking the level frequently.