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Old 05-19-2010, 08:24 AM   #1
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Ok, i'm replacing my radiator. the service manual on my 2000 says i need a...Quick Connect Fitting Release Tool 6935. is there anyway to achieve the removal of the oil line w/o this tool? if so how?
secondly, how much oil is in the radiator that i'm about to remove?

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yes just use a very small screw drive it open it up a bit it pops right out
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what should i look out for when prying. is there a o-ring there. i never pissed w/ one before.
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I think you can get a cheap removal tool for under 10 bucks... makes it real quick and simple..
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...0070921x00003a
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wait... dont these have the little tabs you can squease ? if so.. yes screwdriver lol.. opps..
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well the sad part is that i started to disassemble her already and i limited to 1 vehicle atm. glad im not driving to work this week!
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hey people i thank you for your time and responses! i have a tool coming in the am!
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