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I am trying to replace my 1999 S70 radiator. How

I am trying to replace my 1999 volvo S70 radiator. How do I remove the old one?
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The Radiator comes out from the bottom. You do not need to touch the AC at all. The job is a bit of a PITA. I have done it twice. You can leave the fan and shroud in or take in out. I have done it both ways. Out is easier. You may need new trans cooler connectors and or o-rings as well. There are many tutorials online. I would check 'you tube' and Mathew's Volvo for more details, you will need to. I know this thread is old but it may help someone else.

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Done one not so long ago and i had to remove the front bumper and the safety thing behinf the bumper then pump the ac gas out to remove the ac rad then it was easy

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