Removal

1. DISCHARGE REFRIGERANT FROM REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (See page AC-66)

2. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL

3. REMOVE FRONT SPOILER COVER (See page ET-6)

4. REMOVE FRONT BUMPER COVER (See page ET-6)

5. REMOVE NO. 1 COOLER COVER (See page CO-31)

6. SEPARATE HOOD LOCK ASSEMBLY (w/ Theft Deterrent System) (See page CO-32)

7. SEPARATE HOOD LOCK ASSEMBLY (w/o Theft Deterrent System) (See page CO-32)

8. REMOVE RADIATOR SUPPORT SUB-ASSEMBLY UPPER (See page CO-33)

9. DISCONNECT NO. 1 COOLER REFRIGERANT DISCHARGE HOSE

(a) Remove the bolt and disconnect the discharge hose from the cooler condenser.

(b) Remove the O-ring from the discharge hose. NOTICE:

Seal the openings of the disconnected parts using vinyl tape to prevent moisture and foreign matter from entering.

10. DISCONNECT LIQUID TUBE SUB-ASSEMBLY A

(a) Remove the bolt and disconnect the liquid tube from the cooler condenser.

(b) Remove the O-ring from the liquid tube. NOTICE:

Seal the openings of the disconnected parts using vinyl tape to prevent moisture and foreign matter from entering.

11. REMOVE CONDENSER

(a) Disengage the 2 claws and remove the condenser from the vehicle. NOTICE:

Do not damage the condenser or radiator when removing the condenser.

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