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Old 01-28-2013, 11:41 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Replacing Radiator Support

I need to replace this part but not sure what needs to be done.

I tried looking through the service manual and didn't find anything about how to do it. Do u guys happen to know what needs to be done after removing headlights and radiator?

Or maybe a tutorial somewhere else that shows the whole job.

I can imagine there's gonna be bolts by the headlights that hold it there I just wanted to know about the sides and bottom and it there is anything hard to get to.

Also if there is any welding that needs to be done

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