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Thread: Radiator for 4x4 Manual Trans / Repair Manual for 1989 Van

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    Radiator for 4x4 Manual Trans / Repair Manual for 1989 Van

    Leak tested, repaired and retested- and all is good now.
    The only bad thing is the drain cock was bastardized and there's a weird valve thing in it now that the fluid drains from. This will make it a lil' harder to capture the stream when draining fluid is all- otherwise not a big deal.

    I'll get a pic up soon.

    $85 for the radiator + $40 for shipping in lower 48 states (unless you can pick up in Santa Barbara, CA).

    Repair manual for an '89- sturdy shape- $50 + $10 for shipping in lower 48 states

    DM me with counteroffers

    Thanks,
    Eli

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    Re: Radiator for 4x4 Manual Trans / Repair Manual for 1989 Van

    Kinger,

    Got the package. Thanks for the Parts!. Sent you an email.

    SoORYotas

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    Re: Radiator for 4x4 Manual Trans / Repair Manual for 1989 Van

    I have a 1989 le 2wd does your manual cover for that engine and trans ?

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    Re: Radiator for 4x4 Manual Trans / Repair Manual for 1989 Van

    I ended up buying both the radiator and the manual from Kinger in February. I use the factory service manual with both of my '89s. The FSMs are comprehensive and very detailed. IF you are a keeper of vans having one is good especially if you end up farming out mechanical work to a shop. You can produce the FSM and help the mechanic understand. Wheel nuts for example - I get tire shops wanting to torque the nut to 120 ft.lbs. all the time. FSM calls this out at 76 or so. Search here, used book stores and the Bay folks - the FSM is good to have.

    See this is your First post! Welcome to the community

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    Re: Radiator for 4x4 Manual Trans / Repair Manual for 1989 Van

    Yep, what he said

    I have a Chilton's Repair Manual that I am going to either donate or trash so if you want that I will send for the cost of shipping (probly under $10) no problem. It's not nearly as comprehensive as the FSM, but if money is tight it's better than nothing as FSM's aren't cheap, surprisingly. Send me a PM if ya innerested.

    P.S. I've offered it to another community member too via PM, so if ya really want it PM me sooner rather than later.

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