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Old 09-18-2008, 12:30 PM   #1
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Default does anyone know how to replace a radiator support??

I have a 92-95 honda civic coupe and got into a car accident. I need to replace the radiator support so that my headlights and hood could sit right. If you know a link or something then fill me in. Thanks
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Radiator supports are a weld on affair, you'll need to drill out all the spot welds on the old support, then weld the new one on, but I'd let a professional do it because you probably don't want to do it yourself and end up having a crooked hood, fenders, and headlights.
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pro job
inless your really good with a wlder
oh and take it from me its cost more but BUY A CORE SUPPORT FROM HONDA!!

ive got 2 core supports in my back yard cause they were both to bent to use dont buy off ebay there are crapy knock offs and when you get to putting them they look great bent there bent or the holes are not right

its worth to have a pro take the time to do it right the first time
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