Jim Rugg: These instructions were perfect, thanks for spending the time and sharing. I created this simple checklist from your video: 1. Start draining, 2. Remove fans wires, 3. Remove overflow hose, 4. Remove top hose, 5. Remove fans (+ 2 zip ties), 6. Remove bottom hose, 7. Remove trans cooler pipes, 8. Remove AC Condenser bolts, 9. Remove Radiator bolts
Farfy McDoogle: I'll be doing this later today on my girlfriend's car--it's leaking from the bottom or side so there's a crack somewhere. I'm hoping it's just old and wasn't caused by a bad fan or something else. Thanks for the video and God bless the internet!
Dean Lerch: thank you
Hard Worker: Can I climb under or just reach from top?
Hard Worker: My fan gave out. After that two days later my radiator exploded. Steam and antifreeze spewed out. My question is: How do I get to the two bolts at the bottom of the radiator with just jack stands?
asog: Hopefully someone can help, My car overheated the other day first time, when i poped the hood, steam came from the radiator cap, and coolant leaked from the bottom from the radiator, there is also a slight leak coming from top where the aluminum meets the plastic, as a result it overheats in about an hour, i was told maybe a head gasket blown, another mechanic said i needed a whole new engine, and another mechanic said just a new radiator....i am lost right now if anyone could help it would be great
Clayton Donnan: Worked perfectly on my 03' Elantra. Got some coolant on my inner forearms and they're a bit irritated. (Obviously not your fault, but as a minor warning to others who watch the video that they should wear some arm protection or be more careful than I was.) Either way, thanks for the upload!
Almost Anonymous: done in under an hour..I didn't break a sweat in the heat of Mississippi so today was a good day
brennan huff: instructions not clear. pickle caught in cooling fan
4Bangin: thanks, cant afford to take mine in so this helps big time!
about2flip: Thanks for this video!!!
Michael Pincock: also good for an optima (04 at least)
Joe Sidwell: Thanks. Good video. Pretty straight-forward, but it's always good to be able to check for any unexpected obstacles. None here.... for a change.
Julie Stremfel: I just need to replace the Radiator Overflow Tank only 2003 Hyundai Elantra ..But no Video for that "(
godshackeysack1: Just replaced my radiator (123.50$ at NAPA) the only issue was the universal radiator did not match up with the fans. Thanks for posting.
Steven Dolci: Just replaced my Hyundai radiator with a PePBoys radiator, It cost me $116 a big difference from Atlantic Hyundai parts they wanted to charge me $453 and change.
This took about two hours following your video for tips and planning. Anyone could do this a mom low on cash could do it ,wear gloves and you will need to get the hoses to move then then they will come off.
Xxx Zzz: thank you. i want to replace sonata 2004 on now.my car has smoke in radiator
Kyle Griffin: Thanks for the video, it was extremely beneficial. Successfully replaced the radiator.
Mike Bown: Successfully replaced radiator on my 2005 Elantra. Pretty simple, everything went just like this video. Thanks for making the video, it convinced me I could take on the job myself.
bickle4: Radiator just went on my 2004 Elantra tonight! thinking of replacing it myself. This video was really helpful....thanks!!!
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