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The first step will be to remove the body mounted hood seal, remove the screws that hold the grille and remove the grille. Push down and pull forward on the grille to disengage it.
Remove the hood latch and ten remove the core support.
You can either remove the radiator fan by itself or you can remove it along with the radiator and swap the fan over to the new radiator outside the car. If you remove the fan while in the car you'll need to remove the battery
, unplug the fan connector from underneath, and remove the 10mm bolts that hold the shroud to the radiator.
From underneath you can either drain it by loosening the plug or you can simply remove the lower hose. After it's drained then remove the upper hose.
You can either pull the condenser with the radiator after evacuating the system and removing the lines at the condenser, or you can remove the two bolts that hold the condenser to the radiator and lift it up to disengage it from the lower hooks on the radiator.
once the condenser is free or the lines have been removed from it then the radiator can be removed.