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95 Saturn SL2 radiator replacement help


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11-25-03, 06:50 AM   #1  
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95 Saturn SL2 radiator replacement help

Developed a crack along the side tank so I'm gonna pull it. Does it come out the top or bottom? Do I remove the fan shroud separately or do I remove the whole radiator/fan assembly as one piece? It looks like I can gain some room by moving the a/c compressor off to the side, is this needed or will it clear with compressor intact? Any tips much appreciated.

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11-25-03, 10:27 AM   #2  
Tom... Here is the procedure directly from Alldata...
Hope this helps,
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1995 Saturn Coupe L4-116 1.9LDOHCVIN 7 MFI CopyrightŪ 2003, ALLDATA 7.50 Page I
Radiator: Service and Repair
1. Drain cooling system and disconnect battery ground cable.
2. Remove air intake duct.
3. Remove upper radiator clamp and hose.
4. On models equipped with automatic transaxle, remove upper transaxle oil cooler line.
5. Remove electric cooling fan assembly.
6. Disconnect lower radiator hose.
7. Raise and support vehicle.
8. Remove lower splash shield.
9. On models equipped with automatic transaxle, remove lower transaxle oil cooler line.
10. Remove two lower condenser bracket to radiator bolts. Then support condenser to vehicle with wire.
11. Lower vehicle, then remove upper radiator attaching nuts and brackets.
12. On models equipped with A/C, remove upper radiator seal.
13. Remove radiator from vehicle.
14. Reverse procedure to install.

 
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11-25-03, 03:19 PM   #3  
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Thank you Billys68ss!!! That's exactly what I needed.

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