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Hummer H2 Powerstep Installation Instructions

February 18th, 2010 · No Comments

Step One
REMOVE CANISTER PURGE VALVE BRACKET AND ROCK RAIL
Remove the Canister Purge Valve Bracket from the Rock Rail. Set the bolt aside to be reused later. Then remove the ten bolts that secure the Rock Rail to the vehicle. Set these bolts aside also. Some of them will be used again later
Step Two
INSTALL NEW CANISTER PURGE VALVE BRACKET
Locate the 4th set of holes from the front on the inner sill. Place the Canister Purge Valve Bracket from the Parts Kit over the holes and install it with the bolt that was removed in Step One. Install the Canister Purge Valve on the bracket using an M8 x 20 Bolt, Nut and Washer.
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Honda 1/8 NPT Oil Pressure Relocation Kit Installation Instructions

November 7th, 2009 · No Comments

Tools Recommended: metric deep socket set, metric & American open end wrench set, 9/64th Allen wrench, Teflon tape, wire cutters, terminal crimpers.
Follow the included diagram exactly. This product uses two different but visually similar threads. 1/8” NPT and 1/8” BSPT may appear to be the same thread, but they are not. Do not assemble any portion of this kit in any way other than described. Doing so will result in stripped threads and oil leaks.
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Honda Shadow Sabre Spark Plug Covers Installation Instructions

November 2nd, 2009 · No Comments

If you only ordered the pair of covers for the two diagonal spots with “holes” (the Left Front and the Right Rear plugs), you will not have the M6 Phillips head screws in your package, nor the large allen wrench. If you only ordered the two diagonal covers for the spots without “holes” (the Left Rear and the Right Front plugs), then you will not have the brackets, the 1 ū” screws, the ―” set screws, nor the small allen wrench.
Tools you will need to provide:
- medium Phillips head screw driver
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K20A/A2/A3/Z1 Throttle Body To RBC/RRB/RBB Intake Manifold Adapter Installation Instructions

October 30th, 2009 · No Comments

PREPARATION
1. Remove the EVAP hose, brake booster hose, PCV hose, vacuum hose, water bypass hoses, throttle cable, fuel lines, fuel injector connectors, IAC valve connector, TP sensor connector, MAP sensor connector, and EVAP canister purge valve connector from your current intake manifold and throttle body setup.
2. Remove the throttle body.
3. Remove the intake manifold brackets, intake manifold, and intake manifold gasket.
If adapting an Accord Euro R or 06 Civic Si intake manifold onto an 02-06 RSX/ITR or 02-05 Civic Si/CTR style head, continue to follow the remaining “PREPARATION” steps, otherwise skip to “INSTALLATION”
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Honda Reflex 12v Outlet Installation in Glove Box

October 30th, 2009 · No Comments

Time and Ease: Medium difficulty ­ 1­2 hours Tools/Supplies: Wire cutters/strippers, small rotary tool (Dremel), screwdriver, 10 or 15 amp inline fuse, 12v marine outlet with extra wire (Walmart), end connectors that will fit around your battery terminals
Step 1 ­ Open your glove box and locate the dimple or hole in the middle, where the outlet is already on the Forza version. (see photo section) Step 2 ­ If there is a hole already, try fitting the outlet in it. Doesn’t fit or no hole? Try grinding out some of the plastic with a Dremel or rotary tool. BE CAREFUL! You don’t want to grind out too much.
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2004 Chevy HD Truck Duramax Diesel High Output “LLY” Installation Instructions

October 12th, 2009 · No Comments

Tools Required For Installation:
Flat Head Screwdriver
8mm, 10mm Socket
Ratchet & Extension
3/32”, 5/32” Allen Wrench
#T20 Security bit (Included)
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Disconnect the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor wiring harness. Using the supplied T-20 Security bit, remove the two screws and the Mass Air Flow sensor from the tube (save the sensor for reuse). Loosen the hose clamps on each end of the factory intake tube assembly.
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2000-2007 Classic Chevy/GMC 2WD C1500 P/U 7″ Performance Suspension System

October 11th, 2009 · No Comments

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Disconnect the negative terminal on the battery. With the truck on level ground measure the trucks ride height from all four corners. Record the heights for use in the installation of the kit.
2. Jack up the front end of the truck and support the frame rails with jack stands. NEVER WORK UNDER AN UNSUPPORTED VEHICLE! Remove the front tires.
3. On both sides of the truck, remove the hardware securing the brake line to the spindle, discard hardware. Remove the bolts attaching the brake caliper to the spindle, save hardware. Remove the caliper and tie is up out of the way. DO NOT ALLOW THE CALIPER TO HANG BY THE BRAKE LINE! Remove the brake rotor. Remove the front sway bar end links and discard. Also, disconnect the ABS wire from the frame.
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Light Bar Mounting Instructions

September 12th, 2009 · No Comments

LIGHT BAR CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Two people will be needed to complete this task.
2. Place ONLY THE MOUNTING END CASTING into the rain-gutters of your vehicle.
3. Level each Mounting End Casting so that the top flat area is parallel to the horizon.
4. Take a tape measure and measure the distance between each open end of each Mounting End Casting .
5. Add 2 inches to that dimension.
6. Subtract that total from the total length of the bar, which is 56″.
7. Take the difference and divide it by two.
8. The amount divided by two is the amount you will cut off each end of your bar.
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AODE Transbrake Instructions

August 9th, 2009 · No Comments

This transbrake has been thoroughly tested before being packed and shipped. Proper operation depends on following a few basic instructions. As you may know, the AODE/4R70W transmissions are computer controlled and must retain all wiring connections inside and outside the transmission. The following photos will help with the installation and operation of this transbrake.
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2005-2009 Ford Mustang V-6/GT Cold Air Induction System

March 16th, 2009 · No Comments

Included in this kit: Inlet pipe, coupler hose, hose clamps, air filter, air filter shield, and rubber sealant strip. (2) M-4 screws.
Tools required: Small flat screwdriver or pick, 1/4″ ratchet, 8mm, and 10mm sockets, 2.5mm Allen wrench, T-20 Torx.
Step 1
Disconnect (–) negative battery terminal.
Step 2
Unplug the mass air meter by sliding the red colored locking clip back, and then squeezing the tab on the connector while pulling it from the mass air meter.
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