Step 5 – Remove the radiator with connecting hoses
Tools Needed: 10mm Socket Wrench and Large Pliers
Unscrew the 10mm bolt from the front radiator bracket with a 10mm socket wrench. Then use large pliers to undo the 2 hose clamps from the radiator hoses that are on the engine. Then grab the hoses and twist them left to right until you manage to pull them off. Then pull the reservoir container up and out of the way and put it on the side and also unplug the fan plug which is in the same location. Once all this is done you can pull the whole radiator assembly up and out of the car.
Step 6 – Remove the distributor
Tools Needed: 12mm Socket Wrench with Extension
Pull all 4 of the spark plug cables out of the top of the engine and place them on top of the rocker cover freely. Then use a flat head screw driver and place a mark across the top of the distributor flange to the engine head to mark how the distributor was positioned as far as ignition timing is concerned. Grab a 12mm Socket wrench with an extension and unscrew all 3 distributor mounting bolts. Take a clean dry cloth and insert it into the distributor hole on the head once you pull the distributor out so no oil spills out.
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