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How do I pop the hood on my Mercedes Benz?

January 4th, 2011 · No Comments

I found a latch in the front part of the grill and pulled on it and nothing happened. I need to pop the hood so I can put oil in it pronto! Is there any hidden buttton I need to push to get it to open?
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Hummer H-2 Fuel Door NON LOCKING Installatio Instructions

March 6th, 2010 · No Comments

1. Remove the OEM gas cap.
2. Remove the 3 mounting bolts from the filler neck.
3. Remove plastic gas shroud by turning counter clock wise and pulling up.
4. Attach the black latch using the 6-32 x 3/16 pan head screws provided.
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94-97 Honda Accord Sniper Hood

December 8th, 2009 · No Comments

STEP 1: Adjust hood until proper alignment with matching panels is achieved.
STEP 2: Adjust primary latch until it fits into the bar on the hood. Make sure when the hood is closed you can hear the latch “click” onto the hood.
STEP 3: After you here it click, test it to be sure it’s working properly by grabbing the front edge of the hood and slowly pulling upward with a steady even pressure. If the hood opens it’s not adjusted properly; repeat STEP 2 until hood cannot be pulled open after it’s closed.
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99-02 Full Size Chevy / 99-04 GMC Hoods Installation

October 5th, 2009 · No Comments

STEP 1: Adjust hood until proper alignment with matching panels is achieved. There are two rubber bumpers located in the inner fender jam, they will need to be removed.
STEP 2: Adjust primary latch until it fits into the latch bar on the hood without hitting any perimeter edges of the opening. Make sure when the hood is closed you can hear the latch “click” onto the hood.
STEP 3: After you here it click, test it to be sure it’s working properly by grabbing the front edge of the hood and slowly pulling upward with a steady even pressure. If the hood opens it’s not adjusted properly; repeat STEP 2 until hood cannot be pulled open after it’s closed.
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Bed Extender Bracket Installation Instructions

September 25th, 2009 · No Comments

BRACKET MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1. Remove contents from box and check for damage. Verify all parts against parts list. Read and understand instructions completely before installation.
Step 2. Position and hold template on passenger side for quick latch bracket as shown (See Figure 1). (FOR TOYOTA, NISSAN, CHEVY S-10, GMC up to 94, and MAZDA up to 94 a separate bracket kit must be ordered). Using a center punch, punch each hole. NOTE: If the truck has a bed liner, center punch the bed liner. DO NOT CUT THE BED LINER! Repeat for driver side.
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Link LB10 Installation Instructions

September 9th, 2009 · No Comments

The Link LB10 fits most of the following vans: Ford Econoline, Ford Aerostar, GMC Savana, Chevy Express, GMC Safari, Chevy Astro, and Dodge Ram Cargo Van.

Installation of the LB10 will vary depending on what type of vehicle you have and how you have it set up. Due to variables in different vehicles, the fit of the LB10 should be evaluated before beginning installation.
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Ford F-150 Bed Extender Bracket Installation

July 15th, 2009 · No Comments

F-150 QUICK LATCH MOUNTING BRACKET INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1. Remove contents from box and check for damage. Verify all parts against parts list. Read and understand instructions completely before installation.
Step 2. Assemble brackets as shown in Figure 1.
Step 3. With lever towards the tailgate side insert lower hold-down bracket through lower hole on d-pillar.
Step 4. Insert upper hold-down bracket in upper hole of d-pillar.
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06-07 Ford Mustang Ultrasonic Parking Assist System Installation Instructions

June 30th, 2009 · No Comments

Before beginning installation, familiarize your-self with the installation instructions and the ultrasonic parking assist system components.
To ensure your safety:
A) Make sure your vehicle is in “PARK”.
B) Apply the emergency brake.
C) Read this manual before starting.

CAUTION: It is advisable to disconnect the negative battery cable for 3 minutes before beginning installation, to avoid unintended air bag deployment. Note and record any anti-theft radio codes prior to disconnecting.
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Oto Olli Owners Manual

June 19th, 2008 · No Comments

This belt-positioning booster seat (booster seat) is designed for use by children who meet these requirements: Weight: 40–100 pounds/18–45 kilograms, and Height: 40–57 inches/101–145 centimeters.
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