When disposing of antifreeze and transmission fluid, consult your unit/local hazardous
waste disposal center or safety office for local regulatory guidance.
Antifreeze and transmission fluid used in the performance of maintenance can be very
slippery. Immediately wipe up any spills. Failure to follow this warning may result in injury
The radiator and oil cooler are connected to the grille and are removed as a unit from the
1. Remove 10 bolts (Figure 1, Item 3), nuts (Figure 1, Item 5), washers (Figure 1, Item 4), and two fan guards
(Figure 1, Item 6) from radiator (Figure 1, Item 9).
Tag and identify all hoses for ease of installation. Plug all hoses to prevent contamination.
2. Remove four clamps (Figure 1, Items 1 and 7) and two radiator hoses (Figure 1, Items 2 and 8) from radiator
(Figure 1, Item 9).
Tag and identify wires for ease of installation.
3. Place a suitable drain pan under oil cooler and disconnect hydraulic hoses from oil cooler. Drain hydraulic fluid
from oil cooler.
4. Disconnect wires from the rear driving lights, stop lights, and backup alarm.
7. Remove retaining bolts, nuts, and flat washers, and disconnect hood from grille. Remove hood.