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This is a discussion on Radiator removal within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I am putting a cam in my 2002 trans am. Been reading and somethings are saying to just remove the ...

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    I am putting a cam in my 2002 trans am. Been reading and somethings are saying to just remove the radiator and leave the AC condenser in it. Just lift it up or down when removing the cam. Another thing I read is to remove them both. What is the best thing to do? If I remove the ac condenser would I need to just get it recharged and what would that cost. Thank you.

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    just lift it when the time comes for the cam to get waked out

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