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When changing a car radiator, make sure the car is cool and drain the radiator before removing it. Use a pair of plier to remove radiator hoses when changing radiators with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on car maintenance and repairs. Expert: Tom Brintzenhofe Bio: Tom Brintzenhofe has been a mechanic for the past 17 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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9 Responses to “Auto Repair & Maintenance : How to Change a Radiator”

  1. MIISMEXII says:

    thay was nice and simple

  2. danthemango says:

    this could have came handy when I was doing this :S

  3. Bowlerguy92 says:

    RAdiator lul

  4. silverlion99508 says:

    i wanna know, can i change my v6 engine to a 4 cylinder? its a 2005 kia sportage and i dont like to waste gas, since its only me that goes to work and back? how much does it cost to change this?

  5. michaeldautry says:

    Use the video camera to show us what you are talking about! This video is not helpful whatsoever…

  6. 12Fucitolz says:

    when changing a radiator you also want to change the Radiator cap, really inexpensive, not to mention the fluid. While You are inthere you might wanna look at the hoses if they seem old and weak get new ones.

    Never add a stop leak it will just make things worse.

  7. zipstorcrtx says:

    not informative at all. thanks for the waste of time..

  8. Melvisly says:

    Ha ! Ha ! …You don’t need much information to change a radiator, unless your real thick.

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