John Roop: Saved me over $500 doing this super easy job my self. Great step by step instructions.
Mike Blake: Thanks great video. Just a note on a different part bought a 5 button power window switch for my blazer on ebay probably from China didn't work right bought one from 1Auto works great,you get what you pay for Tks again.
Tyler Meehan: Can't seem to get my engine oil cooler and transmission cooler lines off my '02 S10 Xtreme. Those are on there tight! WD-40 didn't help at all either.
Candy Shouse: what is the piece that goes under the radiator we need to order one on a chevy blazer 1997
PooMaster 5000 (PooMaster5000): You don't need to remove the front skid panel to drain the radiator. It's located just above the frame on the passenger side. Just lift the mud guard in the wheel well and you'll see it.
Ron Hemry: Hi my name is Sonji . I watch your vido on changing a radiator. I was so Happy on how ez it was i got it chang. in 2 Hr it was do.. and my engien light is off . Thank you so much for your video :)
Daniel Sandoval: great video really helped
Ivan Bondarenko: thank you so much. u have deserved a sub from me
Josh Wexler: Thanks so much for this video. It was perfect, and didn't miss a single step. I've never done anything close to this kind of repair so I was pretty nervous, but your the way you did this video made it incredibly easy. Thanks a lot, you saved me a fortune!
Chris Esplin: Hey great video. I have a question if I'm replacing a radiator on a truck with a standard transmission what do I do about the transmission cooler holes in the radiator? Thanks
Scooters Videos: Thank you. Seeing you do this first gave me confidence to jump right in and replace my radiator today. Thanks so much!
Matt V: Thanks a lot! I thought I needed quick connect tools. Info is the best tool. :-)
Cynthia Guzman: Great video it explains details I loved it
khmerprincess1217: IF an radiator plug break off how do I remove it ?
Raider_Greg94 Raider_Greg94: Anything on how to bleed air out of the cooling system?
Bubba Gearhead: Very helpful video. Well, guess I'll plan on replacing my "plastic" radiator every 60,000 miles from now on. Poor engineering. Bring back the aluminum.
farerse: how did you loosen the engine and transmission cooler lines?? i'm afraid to break anything..
John Day: My s10 had the radiator cap on the opposite side. That makes it confusing when ordering the right part. Any suggestions?
theprophet kato: why do they make the sides plastic? I got a 1 centemeter crack in the plastic part... now radiator is bad. what a sham. now thats why im here... great video!
nashzilla1: So the oil cooler is inside the rad? That doesn't make any sense. My s10 Has oil lines going to the rad so I Googled it and found this vid
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