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4.0 radiator


1984broncoduce

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1984
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ford
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2.8
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Automatic
i have a 1984 b2 2.8 and an automatic transmission, i have just got a radiator out of a 97 (i think, because it has far disc brakes) with an automatic transmission as well, will the new radiator just bolt in? if not what mods would i have to do to make it work? :icon_welder:
 


birddog321

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Buford, GA
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1989
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Ford
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Automatic
If the lower port is at an angle it will bolt right in. I'm not sure how the trans lines will tie in though. I did the same swap in my 84 but mine is a manual.
 

xr75er

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2.9 stock
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Automatic
I used one out of a 93 on my 86 and the upper hose needed to replaced (too short) and replaced the trans fittings. but other than that it went right in.
 

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