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Old 01-20-2011, 07:40 PM   #1
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2000 automatic v6 radiator installation

I have a 2000 v6 automatic. The radiator just went bad. Pepboys can order me one for 140. it's the stock radiator. is this a good price? Are there any aftermarket radiators that aren't too expensive and would it be worth the money? Also, I've seen some that say it has to be installed from underneath the car. Is this true for all of them or is this something I can do at home? Thanks for the help.
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Re: 2000 automatic v6 radiator installation

You should be able to change it by yourself with no problem. It comes out of the top/under the hood. I would by a Haynes Manuel why your there and read up on how to change it before you start and you will have the book when you need it for future reference.
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^^ Good advice, should be a pretty straightforward job. I've replaced several radiators, there's nothing to it really, so yes you can definitely do it at home!
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Re: 2000 automatic v6 radiator installation

If you planned on FI or some type of major hp adder then I'd suggest a Mishimoto radiator or something along those lines...but if your car is a daily driver or lightly modded street car, I would say a stock replacement radiator will be adequate.
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