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if you have no idea when or if they have been changed, now is a good time.... there are LOTS of threads on this, including instructions, and esepecially about making sure that when you put them back on everything is lined up.

otherwise, I would change all the fluids, including brake fluid

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EXAVID???? twice around.... next you will tell me there is a chain in the drive mechinism too!!!!:baffled::banana::cooldevil:
 

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get a clymer or hayes manual... they aren't that hard to replace, mostly time consuming. it is easiest if you remove the raditor, but you can do with by just loosening the raditor and pulling it forward. Once again, if you do not know when things were done, I would remove radiator and replace the hoses at that time
 
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