Go slow...take your time. Make sure the car is cool and has been sitting for at least 4 hours preferably overnight. Unhook the bottom tranny coolant line first and have something ready to catch the fluid (maybe a pint). label the line "bottom return line" then the other tranny line. Place them out of the way making sure you don't kink them. Drain the rad with the drain plug (should either be on side or bottom) looks like a butterfly nut. When you unscrew it make sure you have something big enough to hold all the fluid. Undue the rad cap (it will drain faster). Once drained, remove hoses and let drain the rest of the way. Now, get some plastic and rubberband and cover the holes so you won't get splashed. Should be some bolts on the side or bottom of the rad, loosen these but remember where you took them out of (bolt sizes might be different in other places. See what the clearance is between the fan and the rad if you have enough room go ahead an remove. Once out I would go ahead and remove the fan to prevent possible damage to the new fan. Also, I would tape cardboard to the side which you think you may damege if you have shaky hands. Anyway, take you time and do the opposite of removal. Radiator mixtutre depends on weather condition IMO 50/50 is a safe ratio though. Also, there's a product called waterwetter that drop engine temp 10 or so degrees (nice in the summer months). Once you get it all back together refill the rad and let is sit to make sure no air pockets. You might even crank it over tho circulate it a little. If there's a purge vale this is the time to use it. Anyway, good Luck!