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Diagram on taking out radiator on a 2002 nissan sentra gxe

Have to replace radiator due to over heating

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  • jcbx May 07, 2014

    Radiator removal is a pretty standard procedure. Drain the coolant; remove the air duct & air cleaner; disconnect and plug the transmission oil lines (if you have auto trans); disconnect the upper & lower hoses; the radiator and fan assembly should come out together.

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Remove cover for storage bin under stereo. One hand on each side and pull towards trunk. Remove cup holder, pull up to remove shifter cover. The light is located under the shift indicator on the left. The black component will pull up but wire for light is short so use caution and try to remove light socket with out fully removing indicator. Light bulb is a #194 or peanut bulb. Pull bulb to remove. Reverse to reinstall.

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