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Dec 23, 10:08pm - #72700 
Radiator Pics...

Anyone have pics of the radiator for the GTS, in and/or out of the engine bay? The reason I'm asking is that I think the fuckers didn't mount it right when I had collision repairs done. Thanks.


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Dec 23, 10:56pm - #72701 
have you checked the PHOTO GALLERY under ... "Installations"
... there are ALOT of pictures of things taken apart thumbsup

https://www.celicahobby.com/gal3/installs

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Dec 23, 10:58pm - #72702 
BTW, that thing in the front is an A/C Condensor...

just to keep things on-track, are you looking for pictures of the RADIATOR or the AC Condenser?

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Dec 23, 11:55pm - #72703 
The reason I asked was because I have a crack in my overspill tank where the coolant goes from the collision that they didn't fix, and I was wondering if there was another place I could add the fluid until I can get it fixed after the holidays. And they also put the ac condenser on crooked. Don't know how you could do something like that, but they sure as hell found a way.

So in short, I was wondering if the Celica has a primary storage tank for the antifreeze, i.e. the radiator itself. Because in my old honda, you could put the antifreeze into the radiator and the overspill tank. Just wondering if it's the same or not. Those fuckers.


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Dec 24, 1:39am - #72704 
What's the diff. between the A/C Condenser and the Radiator?

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Dec 24, 10:32am - #72705 
the ac condensor is for the air conditioning and the radiator cools the coolant.

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