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Old 03-13-2014, 12:37 AM   #1
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Default How to change radiator on VUE Greenline?

Can someone post the factory manual for this process?
My computer malfunctioned and I lost access to what I had
If they are too big, pm me and I'll give email address.
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Old 03-16-2014, 01:02 AM   #2
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Default Re: How to change radiator on VUE Greenline?

Well, got the radiator changed out today.
I did the easy but may seem like the hard way.
Removed bumper, lights, rebar and condenser and, of course, that gave very easy access to the radiator.
I did not have to wiggle anything out and access to all the houses was super easy. Drained the coolant and filled with the new one and added a bit of the lost tranny fluid.
I guess it helps having a friend who has a fully automated a/c recharge machine one can use for free This for sure made the job a breeze.

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Old 03-26-2014, 11:58 AM   #3
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Default Re: How to change radiator on VUE Greenline?

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Well, got the radiator changed out today.
I did the easy but may seem like the hard way.
Removed bumper, lights, rebar and condenser and, of course, that gave very easy access to the radiator.
I did not have to wiggle anything out and access to all the houses was super easy. Drained the coolant and filled with the new one and added a bit of the lost tranny fluid.
I guess it helps having a friend who has a fully automated a/c recharge machine one can use for free This for sure made the job a breeze.
Sometimes the "Hard" way, ie many step is the "Easy" way by not having to break anything or bust knuckles.

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