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1994 3.5l Montero 2 row vs 3 row radiator

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Old 07-10-2010, 09:44 AM
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Default 1994 3.5l Montero 2 row vs 3 row radiator

Hello everyone,

I need help on this issue. My 1994 3.5l Montero seems to overheat as it's driven in harsh environment with A/C on. What I found out what that V6 monteros all come with 2 row radiators. My questions is, what do you need to do to convert it to 3 row radiator? I would appreciate a detailed instructions, i.g. what parts need to be modified with what, etc?

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MM
 
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Old 07-10-2010, 10:40 AM
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What have you done to lead you to believe that you need a new radiator?
Have you tried pulling it and getting it rodded out?
If you do make sure you do a complete engine flush (not a drain and fill).
Both of these moves may save you the purchase.
(I'm not even sure the radiator you are speaking of will fit as a bolt on...)
Good Luck
 
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