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
Zachari Whitney: So, I ended up just taking the Radiator hose off. Made it quicker. The bottom was not working for me.
I believe I got the line ALL the way in this time, though last time it was all the way in..I think.
My e-clip seems to be a little loose, hopefully that doesn't affect anything and it stays on this time.
1A Auto Parts: If you can't reach it from the top, you could try it from underneath to see if you can attach it back together. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Zachari Whitney: So, I just replaced my radiator. My lower Tranny cooling line popped off. Is there an easy way to getting the E-Clip that hold the line into the radiator back on without removing the Radiator hose right above it?
From below, I can get the clip in place, but I cannot push it back on, Any tips?
1A Auto Parts: If it's coming out of the radiator cap, you may need to replace the radiator cap with a new one. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Jason Sabado: hey i have a problem with my car.its a 1999 mitsubishi eclipse. it just started overflowing the coolant coming from radiator.
ole matson: You are such a hard worker and so smart! You are a really sincere guy, thanks so much for showing us how to do all these repairs!!
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