Replacing a radiator is best done by first removing the radiator shroud and then the top mounts of the radiator that hold it rigid. Discover this procedure to replace your radiator with advice from a veteran mechanic in this free video on auto repairs.
Hi, I'm Robert Bethell, and I am going to show you a radiator replacement procedure. To do this procedure, you will need miscellaneous end wrenches, you will need a 5/16th nut driver, a screwdriver and the vehicle to work on. The first procedure is remove the radiator shroud and then the top mounts of the radiator that hold the radiator rigid. Once you have that out, you take your nut driver and take the upper and lower radiator hoses off. Once the hoses are off the radiator, take the transmission lines loose, and then you free the radiator from the vehicle. And that is how you replace a radiator.