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Old 17 Jun 2013, 04:31 pm
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Question Radiator expansion tank removal...

Just wondering how easy it is to remove the radiator expansion tank from my CRD. It's gone really yellow and really let's the engine bay down. I want to take it out and spray it, leaving a window to see the level, but have no workshop manual to see where to begin... Can't be that hard can it???
Any help greatly appreciated!


2002 PT Cruiser CRD in Bright Silver.

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