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Radiator Replacement 2006 T&C LX

Old 05-30-2019, 12:23 PM
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I'm replacing the radiator in a 2006 T&C LX. Prior to getting started I watched a handful of videos and the process appears fairly straightforward but for one issue. Two of the videos mentioned a difficulty in separating the radiator from the A/C condenser on the passenger side. Neither of the videos were specific about how this was accomplished but both made mention of wrestling the thing out. That's where I'm stuck now. The passenger side of the condenser will not lift high enough for the bottom bracket to clear I cannot find what is running out of clearance. Does anyone know how to get past this challenge? I only found one mention and that person cut the "peg" off the radiator with a small saw. I'd like to avoid that.
Old 05-30-2019, 04:28 PM
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Finished the job without destroying anything. I don't know myself what the snag was but I believe the plastic shield that runs up and down on the passenger side was hanging up on the A/C lines. I managed to finesse that out of the way and with a bit of hefty tugging, and a minimal of swear words the radiator came out. I don't know if I feel like I just saved a few hundred bucks but I'm happy to have this chore done and over.
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