How to Replace a 2005/2006 Pontiac GTO Radiator • Cars Simplified

How to Replace a 2005/2006 Pontiac GTO Radiator • Cars Simplified • A no-frills step-by-step video showing you how to replace a radiator on a 2005 Pontiac GTO, which is the same as the 2006 model, and similar to the 2004 model. Included in the video are both general and GTO-specific tips that will make the job faster, easier, and safer.

These instructions should also work on the related Holden Monaro and Chevrolet Lumina LS2 engine models.

For more details on parts of this job, check out these videos:
2004-2006 GTO Bumper Removal: [Coming Soon]
2005-2006 GTO Radiator Hose Replacement: [Coming Soon]
LS2 Thermostat Replacement: [Coming Soon]
Proper Battery Removal: [Coming Soon]

Did you notice the water outlet started out plain but was painted at the end of the video? It was painted in the following video:

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LSx HTX says:

the front bumper just pulls off??? no bolts?

TCman is Legend says:

Can you do a video on how to change/replace the Alternator?

Buddyrebel says:

Should of replaced it with a mishimoto radiator

Gclc1986 G says:

What was your experience with the Denso radiator?

Chase brazzon says:

Would you happen to know where i can find those radiator stay clips?

Killa Watt Garage says:

5:34 Missed with the oil catch pan. Nice to see it not just me this happens too.

AutOdometer says:

Nice one. I enjoy watching someone who knows what they are doing.

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