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Old 08-31-2006, 20:51   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 93 Mustang LX 5.0L. The radiator is shot - all the water leaked out. Will it be an easy job to pull the old one out and install a new one? Thanks.
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I have a 93 Mustang LX 5.0L. The radiator is shot - all the water leaked out. Will it be an easy job to pull the old one out and install a new one? Thanks.
stand with the hood open and look at it , a minutes study will tell you
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Biggest challenge will be refilling the coolant and getting all the air out of the system. Remember to turn the heater on so the heater core gets filled as well.
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Yanking the old one should only be a couple of bolts and of course removing the upper and lower raditor hoses. It is simpler than it looks. You can do it. If you need help get a hold of a Haynes Auto Maintance and Repair book from Auto Zone or Advanced auto parts.
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