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3.5L 2010 Fx35 radiator replacement.

Discussion in 'QX70 Engine & Drivetrain' started by 1sq1, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. 1sq1

    1sq1 Member

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    2010 FX35 RWD Obsidian black
    Folks, i need to replace my radiator due to leak. Does the AC condenser needs to come off and lines disconnected to get the radiator out? The mechanic i took it to said thst the condenser needs to come out too. I just need to confirm with you guys. Thanks.
     

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  2. SIDE FX

    SIDE FX Premium Member Premium

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    2009 Infiniti Fx35 AWD Twilight
    Brian
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    Yes it dose and you have to discharge the air conditioning system i had to have it done.
     
  3. OP
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    1sq1

    1sq1 Member

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    San Diego, Ca.
    2010 FX35 RWD Obsidian black
    Thats a bummer. Discharging the AC and recharging is a added expense.
     
  4. shadow191

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    1sq1

    1sq1 Member

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    10
    San Diego, Ca.
    2010 FX35 RWD Obsidian black
    Thanks Shadow191 for that link. I think ill just do it myself instead of taking it to the shop.

    As far as radiator replacement, i somehow hesitant ordering from ebay because of their price point (low price).