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Chevrolet Captiva Service & Repair Manual: Radiator, Replace

2014 Chevy Captiva - Service & Repair Manual - Radiator, Replace

1. Drain cooling system into a suitable container.
2. Raise and support vehicle.
3. Remove front fascia support.
4. Remove front bumper impact bar.
5. Remove radiator closeout panel.
6. Disconnect compressor hose/pipe from clip at bottom of fan shroud.
7. Remove mounting bolts from condenser using care with upper lefthand bolt to clear compressor hose/pipe, reposition and support condenser.
8. Remove radiator hose inlet.
9. Remove radiator hose outlet.
10. Disconnect transmission oil cooler lines from attaching clips on radiator.
11. Remove fan shroud bolts and reposition.
12. Remove two radiator support bolts and clips.
13. Remove radiator from vehicle.
14. Reverse procedure to install, note following:
  a. Fill cooling system with suitable coolant.
  b. Inspect transmission oil level and fill with suitable oil, as required.

Replacing the radiator in a 2018 Chevrolet Captiva involves several steps to ensure the cooling system functions properly. First, the vehicle must be parked on a level surface and allowed to cool down completely. Once cooled, the radiator cap is removed to release any pressure in the system.

Next, the coolant is drained by opening the drain valve or removing the lower radiator hose. This step is crucial to prevent spills and ensure safe removal of the radiator. After draining the coolant, the radiator hoses and electrical connectors attached to the radiator are disconnected.

With the hoses and connectors detached, the radiator mounting bolts or brackets are loosened or removed to free the radiator from its position. Care must be taken not to damage other components during this process. Once the radiator is loose, it can be carefully maneuvered out of the engine compartment.

Installing a new radiator in Captiva Sport follows a similar procedure in reverse. The new radiator is positioned and secured with mounting bolts or brackets. The radiator hoses and electrical connectors are reattached, and the coolant is refilled to the appropriate level. Finally, the radiator cap is closed, and the system is checked for leaks and proper operation. Regular maintenance and timely replacement of the radiator are essential for optimal engine cooling and overall vehicle performance.

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