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1998 Dodge Dakota Sport, 3.9L, auto transmission, factory air, noaux transmission cooler 2wd



 
 
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Old September 15th 09, 09:16 PM posted to alt.autos.dodge
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Default 1998 Dodge Dakota Sport, 3.9L, auto transmission, factory air, noaux transmission cooler 2wd

I have front damage to my Dakota due to an accident. The radiator and
air conditioner coil were damaged. I have removed the radiator and air
cond coil. The plastic frame for the air coil was shattered. I want to
replace the radiator with a new one but am leaving the air cond coil
out. Do I need any special brackets to mount the radiator?
Chilton's and Haynes are of no help.

Thanks
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