Leaking Radiator? Learn how to replace a radiator in your car or truck. Radiator replacement is easy and I show you how to replace your radiator hoses, thermostat, water pump and coolant.
How to Super Flush your Cooling System: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s--5ft5YiHg
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Thanks Advance Auto Parts for providing the radiator and supporting cooling system parts so I could make the video!
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Also, I got another discount code for 25% off your entire order from Advance Auto... Use code "RADIATOR" for 25% off anything (not just radiators). I got that code for you guys and for myself lol... I dont make any money off of it and the idea is to try to make fixing your car even more affordable, so put it to good use!!!
Bro you’re amazing I’m just watching yours videos and staying with open mouth I like what you do because You make your hobby your work keep going and greetings from Bulgaria I want to be like you to repair my car only by myself one day
I'm glad this video came out before I changed my radiator for my 96 Dodge! Only difference is that I had to take off the overflow and washer fluid reservoir from the fan shroud and put them off to the side. New radiator, thermostat, hoses, and thermostat, and the truck still runs like a champ!
Most of the work I've done were on air cooled engines so this being my first time working on a water cooled engine you could say I was a little intimidated. My brother told me to check out your channel and man I'm glad I did. This completely set me at ease. Thanks for the in depth and well thought out video! Can't wait to tackle my radiator now.
I watch these videos because they're interesting, but I don't work on my own car. I take it to a local shop every ~5k miles for an oil change (because it has 130k miles). They do a visual inspection as part of the service. Does that mean they are monitoring my coolant too? Or do I need to check it myself?
Ok. New radiator is in the car and filled but I dont think Im done bleeding it out yet. There were no bubbles when I ran it but the thermostat didnt open (not hot enough).
Because of the design I cant seem to get the fan shroud back on without removing the radiator. So for now I just have to try driving without it. Fan is a mechanical one with a two inch spacer which leaves no working room.
B300: (For room) Drain and remove radiator, loosen belt, remove radiator fan, remove power steering assembly, remove ac compressor, and then remove water pump.
Geo Metro: Loosen belt. Remove water pump.
Hey Chris! I purchased a 97 Honda Accord. And one thing I looked past after inspection of the vehicle, was the cooling fans not spinning. Could this mean the fan(s) itself aren’t working and need replacing? Or could something minor be the issue?
I just changed out my radiator thanks in part to the confidence that videos like this instilled in me. Thank you ChrisFix for making these videos. Working on my own car fulfills a childhood dream of mine.
same here. I grew up in the city so I didnt have my dad or anyone tool with me in a car. Now that im older I'm enjoying doing all this work on my own and also having my sons watch and help. Its very enjoyable and satisfying even when the work is tough for lets say a stuck o2 sensor.
Freaking chipmunks in my car STAY AWAY HEATHENS!!
Sorry My.Chipmunk, you’re going to have to find another place to store your food. But you know what? I can show you how to install a heater in your tree thanks to Advanced Auto Store and even get your top speed up another 16nutsperhour! All you need is a couple basic hand tools and we can get started right away!
@chrisfix - quick question...I have a 2011 Malibu and I just moved to Utah.. bc of the weather.. just hit a middle median... when pulling home I noticed that my wheel fender came out as well as a piece.. that I can’t seem to understand where is coming from
Thanks to you, when I changed a radiator I compared them, and if I didn't compare them I would miss some rubber bushings. Didn't really know how important it is so compare parts before I found your channel.
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As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.