"news.bellatlantic.net" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> The radiator is leaking at the top seam. Would it be better to have
> welded or replace it?
> I was told there are two different radiators for this car. It is an
> automatic and has AC. It has 100,000 miles on it.
> I will be doing the job in the driveway. Any help will be
I just replaced the radiator on my 96 V8 with 113miles on it. I
thought it would be a pretty simple procedure. Drain the radiator,
disconnect (and replace) the upper and lower radiator hoses,
disconnect the transmission lines, and unbolt the radiator. Well Ford
had a screwed up way of mounting the air conditioning condenser to the
front of the radiator. It was a bitch getting it off and getting
everything lined up to get the radiator back on. It was a two man
job. The radiator was made in China and was obtained at Auto Zone for
$219 with a lifetime warranty.
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