Replacing a damaged radiator heating own hands: photo and video tutorials, the price

Replacing a damaged radiator

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Table of contents

  • 1 Step №1: training tools and the removal of fluid from the radiator
  • 2 Step №2: remove the damaged battery
  • 3 Step №3: Assembling and connecting a new radiator

Step №1: training tools and the removal of fluid from the radiator


We detect a leak
For repair work will be required:
  • Tong;
  • Empty container;
  • Knife;
  • Tow
Remove the carpet and set the plastic container under the radiator in the area stubs
Twist the cap and pour out coolant.

Step №2: remove the damaged battery

Was removed with a knife old tow to release the threaded connection
Tong untwist the lower screw connection
When completely unscrew the clamping nut by a second tong
Similarly we proceed with the upper compound
Remove the damaged radiator

Step №3: Assembling and connecting a new radiator

Remove the cap from the new battery
Set bleed screw into the upper part of the structure
Strengthens the threaded connection seal tow
Finally tighten bleed screw
We hang the battery pack and tighten the upper clamping nut
The final action of delaying the lower nut. Repair is over!