Drain the coolant from radiator. Disconnect the upper and lower radiator hoses.
Remove the upper and lower radiator shroud. If equipped with an automatic transmission, remove A/T oil cooler hoses. Disconnect the reservoir tank hose. Remove the radiator mounting bracket.
After repairing or replacing radiator, install any part removed in reverse order of removal. Fill the engine with the proper type and amount of coolant. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Be sure to use new coolant. Start the engine and check for leaks.
Do not damage or scratch A/C condenser and radiator core when removing! Speedcooling also SPECIALISES in custom units.
If we don't have it listed we can make it to suit your specifications. We can manufacture a radiator from your sample, mud map, cardboard template or just simply send us your drawing. Speedcooling Performance Products specialise in and manufacture complete radiators and cores for race, street, drag or OEM replacement applications within the automotive industry. Up to 30% more efficient then Standard.Flexibility of custom designs exactly to your needs. State of the art controlled atmosphere brazing process. Revolutionary fin pitch and louver angle. All aluminium surfaces are buffed before boxing to a brilliant shine. Q: Aluminium radiators don't require painting which allows the natural alloy finish to remain. This also gives the option to polish the radiator to near chrome appearance. A:Will my vehicle need to be modified to fit radiator? Q: Speedcooling manufacture a range of OE replacement radiators which mount into existing cars with no modifications necessary. This allows both standard and performance fans to be used ensuring correct fit - just like the original! A: How do I return my order?
It's OK - we're here to help. All merchandise must be unworn and in the same condition it was received. The original packaging contains a bar code that helps us identify your items with your order, so your account can be credited successfully. A: What if I received a damaged, defective or wrong item? A: Do you process exchanges?