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Coil Spring Spacer Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (More Manuals) by admin on 24-12-2011

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1. Check to see that the spacer kit you purchased matches the year and model of your vehicle. Spacer kits two inches or taller may require a spring compressor to install. Ball joint and tie rod forks may also be useful. 2. A good portion of your front suspension will be disassembled so this would be a good time to replace any worn parts (i.e. tie rod ends, ball joints, idler arm and any bushings) Replace bushings with polyurethane replacement parts. 3. Jack up vehicle as high as possible using jack stands for support at all times. 4. With vehicle safely off the ground remove front tires. It is advisable to disassemble on side at a time so that you can use the other side as a reference for re-assembly in the event you get side tracked. 5. Remove the brake caliper from the rotor (attached with 2 bolts inside the caliper or with press-in clips depending on the vehicle). Do not remove the brake line from the caliper unless you intend to bleed the brakes at this time. Set the caliper aside or tie it up to the frame rail. Avoid pinching the brake line. 6. Remove the tie rod from the spindle using the proper tools. Do not hit the tie rod itself or the nut on the threaded portion of the tie rod or it may cause damaged and need replacing. 7. Remove the anti-sway bar from the lower control arm. This would be a good time to replace the end link bushings with polyurethane replacement bushings. 8. If your vehicle is equipped with anti-lock brakes you must now disconnect the front rotor sensor from the dust shield or spindle and set it aside. 9. Disconnect your shock absorber completely from the vehicle whether it is mounted inside the coil spring or not. 10. Support the lower control arm with jack just touching the arm. This will prevent it from dropping when the ball joint is disconnected. 11. The use of a coil spring compressor is recommended before the following steps are taken. 12. Disconnect the upper ball joint from the top of the spindle using the proper tools. Do not hit the ball joint or the threaded end of the ball joint. Once the ball joint is free the spindle should move easily. 13. Be careful when lowering the lower control arm. The coil spring is under high compression and may shoot out when released. Do not stand near the side of the truck during this step. Lower the jack so that the lower control arm swings down. If the coil spring has not fallen out on it’s own you may need to use a pry bar from the front of the vehicle to remove it. 14. Note which end of the coil spring is “bottom” for installation. Also note the depression in the lower control arm. It is important that the last winding of the coil spring fit into the indentation completely so that the vehicle will sit level. Do not switch coil springs from side to side as some vehicles have a specific “right” and “left” coil spring. 15. Check the coil spacer for proper fitment into the coil spring mount in the frame. The flat part of the spacer should face up and touch the top of the spring mount. Some vehicles have guiding tabs to center the coil spring in its top mount. These tabs may have become bent and need to be bent back to allow the spacer to properly fit in the mount. 16. Install the coil spring with the spacer on top of it. If used the coil spring compressor should still be on the spring in a compressed state. If it is not you may need to compress the spring before re-installing. Make sure the spacer is centered in the upper mount and the bottom of the spring is properly nested in the receptor groove on the lower control arm. If you are installing a two-inch or taller spacer you may need a spring compressor. Follow all safety rules when installing the coil spring as it will be under extreme compression. 17. Raise the lower control arm with a jack once the coil spring and spacer are properly lined up. Raise until the spindle is high enough to bolt on the upper ball joint. Before bolting on the upper ball joint make sure the brake caliper and brake line are where they need to be since some brake lines run inside the spindle and outside the coil spring. 18. With the upper ball joint tight and a cotter pin re-installed you may now remove the jack from under the lower control arm. 19. Assemble all of the components previously removed (sway bar with new polyurethane bushings, tie rod ends with polyurethane grease boot, brake caliper and anti-lock sensor). Don’t forget the shock with a new colored boot while it is off. 20. Repeat instructions for other side. 21. After properly installing both spacers you can install your front tires and lower vehicle back to the ground. 22. Your vehicle may sit too high at first because the suspension needs to settle. Carefully back the vehicle up and drive forward a few times using the brakes frequently. Park on level ground and check out your lift. 23. The vehicle will now require a front wheel alignment. Failure to do so may result in severe wear on your tires and may pull to one direction

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2005-2006 Nissan Frontier, 4.0L, extra cab/ crew cab aft-cat Installation manual

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Filed Under (Nissan Manuals) by admin on 13-12-2011

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Installation instructions: 1. Raise vehicle. 2. Lubricate all factory hangers with penetrating oil or equivalent. 3. Remove nuts attaching factory Y-pipe to flanges on outlets of catalytic converters; remove electrical ground wire from stud on driver side converter. 4. Remove factory vibration isolator and ground wire attached to stock tailpipe above rear axle housing. Do not discard this balancer it will be reinstalled later. 5. Remove bolts attaching factory rubber mount in front of muffler to cross-member. 6. Move exhaust system towards the rear of vehicle until it clears studs at converter flanges and hanger rod at rear of muffler comes out of its rubber hanger. Pull exhaust system forward again until rear-most tailpipe hanger comes out of its rubber hanger. Remove system from vehicle. 7. Place supplied 2″ clamp over Y-pipe slip connector and insert driver side inlet pipe into slip connector. 8. Reuse stock gaskets and install new Y-pipe assembly against mating flanges of converter outlets. Reinstall the previously removed ground wire and nuts at flanges. Tighten nuts and clamp. 9. Remove rear-most factory rubber hanger attached to passenger side frame by removing three bolts with a 12mm socket or wrench 10. Remove stock hanger from front of muffler on stock system and install over hanger rod on new Y-pipe. Attach hanger to cross-member with bolts previously removed. 11. Position one supplied 2.5″ clamp over muffler inlet and install muffler over outlet of Y-pipe. Do not tighten clamp fully at this time. 12. Position one supplied 2.5″ clamp over tailpipe section “A”. Insert hanger rod into factory rubber hanger above rear of muffler and install pipe over outlet of muffler at the same time. Do not tighten clamp fully at this time. 13. Position one supplied 2.5″ clamp over tailpipe section “B” and install pipe into rear-most rubber hanger on frame and over outlet of tailpipe section “A”. Do not fully tighten clamp at this time. 14. Install previously removed factory rubber hanger on tailpipe “B” hanger rod and reattach to passenger side frame rail with three stock bolts. 14. Position remaining supplied 2.5″ clamp over tip and install over outlet of tailpipe assembly. 15. Attach previously removed vibration isolator and ground strap to two-hole bracket welded to tailpipe section “B” with provided 5/16″ hardware; Use the photo below for reference as to proper orientation. 16. Align system and tighten all fasteners and clamps. 17. Lower vehicle

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2000-2008 Suburban, Ta hoe, Yukon, Denali, Escalade, Avalanche and 2003-2008 Hummer HII EDELBROCK PANHARD ROD INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (More Manuals) by admin on 31-12-2011

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1. Raise vehicle and support with jackstands on a stable surface. Note: Vehicle must be supported with vehicle’s normal weight on rear axle. 2. Remove the right lower sway bar end link nut. 3. Unclip the cable attached to stock panhard rod, remove bolts at each end and remove the stock panhard rod from vehicle. 4. With zerk fitting pointing down, install the Edelbrock panhard rod in the stock position. Note: Edelbrock panhard rod is greased during assembly, but we recommend you grease them after installation and during normal service. 5. After you have greased the bushing through the zerk fittings, torque panhard rod bolts 85 to 90 ft. lbs. 6. Re-install sway bar end link and nut. Torque to 40 ft. lbs. 7. Use supplied stainless steel hose clamps to retain the brake cable to the Edelbrock panhard rod. Unscrew the clamp completely. Wrap it around the panhard rod and the metal sections of the cable, re-engage the clamp and snug clamp. Do not overtighten!

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Steering, Brake And Suspension Specialists Proportioning Valve Diagram

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Filed Under (More Manuals) by admin on 01-10-2011

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This diagram is the most common way to plumb a proportioning valve. In some cases, the right front line will be plugged off at the proportioning valve and the left front line will go to a “T” fitting. From the “T” fitting, the front lines then split off and go to the left and right wheels. Our proportioning valve has a warning light switch built in (this is not a stop light switch.) The warning light will detect any loss of pressure, for example, a leaky wheel cylinder. We recommend you wire this light into your system. Any two wire light socket will work. One wire goes to the accessory power and the other goes to the warning light. Our proportioning valves provide four functions: 1. Proportion pressure front and rear 2. 10 psi. residual check valve 3. Metering valve to apply pressure to the rear brakes before the front brakes 4. A brake warning light to detect a loss in pressure Proportioning Valve Plumbing Diagram: There are two proportioning valve lines that connect to the master cylinder provided in our kits. The first is a 90 degree bend with one leg longer than the other. This line must be oriented with the long leg connected into the front top hole of the proportioning valve and the short end in the front hole on the master cylinder. The second line has two 90 degree bends and has color coded fittings. The larger blue fitting goes into the back hole on the master cylinder and the smaller gold fitting goes into the back top hole on the proportion valve as shown in the diagram

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Dodge AUDIO SYSTEMS REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Dodge Manuals) by admin on 07-06-2011

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REMOVAL (1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. (2) Remove the cluster bezel from the instrument panel. Refer to Cluster Bezel in the Removal and Installation section of Group 8E-Instrument Panel Systems for the procedures. (3) Remove the two screws that secure the radio receiver to the instrument panel (Fig. 4). (4) Pull the radio receiver out from the instrument panel far enough to access the instrument panel wire harness connectors and the antenna coaxial cable connector (Fig. 5). (5) Disconnect the instrument panel wire harness connectors and the antenna coaxial cable connector from the receptacles on the rear of the radio receiver. (6) Remove the radio receiver from the instrument panel. Fig. 4 Radio Receiver Remove/Install 1-WIRE HARNESS 2-RADIO 3-SCREW 8F-10 AUDIO SYSTEMS DN DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING (Continued)INSTALLATION (1) Position the radio receiver to the instrument panel. (2) Reconnect the instrument panel wire harness connectors and the antenna coaxial cable connector to the receptacles on the rear of the radio receiver. (3) Position the radio receiver into the mounting hole in the instrument panel. (4) Install and tighten the two screws that secure the radio receiver to the instrument panel. Tighten the screws to 5 N·m (45 in. lbs.). (5) Install the cluster bezel onto the instrument panel. Refer to Cluster Bezel in the Removal and Installation section of Group 8E-Instrument Panel Systems for the procedures. (6) Reconnect the battery negative cable. REMOTE RADIO SWITCH WARNING: ON VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH AIR- BAGS, REFER TO GROUP 8M-PASSIVE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY STEERING WHEEL, STEERING COLUMN, OR INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. FAILURE TO TAKE THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL AIR- BAG DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY. REMOVAL (1) Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. (2) Remove the driver sideairbagmodule from the steering wheel. Refer to Driver Side Airbag Module in the Removal and Installation section of Group 8M-Passive Restraint Systems for the procedures. (3) Remove the speed control switch located on the same side of the steering wheel as the remote radio switch that is being serviced. Refer to Speed Con- trolSwitches in the Removal and Installation sec- tionofGroup 8H-Speed Control System for the procedures. (4) Disconnect the steering wheel wire harness connector from the connector receptacle of the remote radio switch (Fig. 6). (5) Disengage the four remote radio switch latches that secure the switch to the inside of the mounting hole in the steering wheel rear trim cover. Fig. 5 Radio Receiver Connections -Typical

1995-2000 Toyota Tacoma DROP KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 03-12-2011

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Removing Factory Parts. 1) Park your truck on a flat, level, concrete surface. Measure and record the wheel well height on installation helper. Chock the rear wheels. Loosen front lug nuts. Raise the front with a floor jack. Support the frame with jack stands. Remove front wheels. NOTE : ALWAYS USE JACK STANDS – NEVER RELY ON JACKS ONLY!! 2) Working on one side at a time. Remove front shocks. Remove front sway bar end links from sway bar and the bracket bolted to stock lower control arm. Remove the tie rod end from spindle. Keep all hardware, you will need it to reinstall later. 3) Support the lower control arm with floor jack. Remove upper ball joint nut and separate from spindle. Remove the two bolts that attach the lower ball joint bracket to the spindle, located on each side of the lower ball joint. SECURE SPINDLE TO FRAME WITH SAFETY WIRE. DO NOT LET SPINDLE HANG FROM BRAKE LINE!! Note position o factory parts. Fig 1 & 2. 4) Loosen the two bolts holding the upper control arm shaft to the frame. Carefully remove the alignment shims and keep together. Note forward and rearward, you will install them the same way they were removed. Remove upper control ar mounting bolts and remove upper arm. Keep all hardware 5) Next remove the two nuts on the bottom of the control ar holding the sway bar bracket and tensioncomperssion rod (TC) to lower arm. Remove the TC pivot bolt and remove TC rod fro vehicle. The two studs are pressed into the TC rod. Keep the TC pivot bolt, you will need use it later. 6) Remove the two nuts on the outer end of the lower arm that hold the spindle mounting bracket and remove bracket. The two studs are pressed into the bracket. When all these parts are removed the lower arm will look like the picture in Fig 3. Note coil spring removed for photo.

Toyota Tacoma extra cab Rear Jump Seats Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 28-11-2011

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INSTRUCTION Toyota Tacoma extra cab Rear Jump Seats Dear Customer, As we are unable to assist you on installing your Wet Okole Hi. Waterproof sport seat covers we offer these special instructions. This particular instruction is a universal instruction for Toyota Tacoma rear bench. Mostly all other vehicles are self explanatory. Any problems please feel free to call for technical support at 1(888)24-Okole. Enjoy your Wet Okole Hawaii Seat Covers! Step1 Step2 Next: With a pair of dull plastic pry tools ora pair of butterknives pry the rest cushion up with one tool and tuck seat cover under rest cushion with the other. Fold both seat cushions forward and slip seat cover over cushion and attach velcro. Note: Rear plastic rest may need to be removed from vehicle to allow easy seat cover installation. Note: Tuck cover underneath plastic. Note: Backrest panel maybe removed by pulling panel off of rear cab, there are 6 plastic plugs on the back of the panel that snap into the rear firewallofthecab.

2007-2009 TOYOTA TUNDRA 2WD AND 4WD 6″ SUSPENSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 11-11-2011

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Front Installation Instructions 1. Raise the vehicle. If working without a shop hoist, support vehicle with suitable safety jack stands. Put vehicle in gear, set emergency brake and block rear wheels, both in front and behind tires. Loosen front wheel lug nuts. Place floor jack under the lower control arm’s front crossmember and raise vehicle. Place safety jack stands under frame rails, behind front wheel wells, and lower the frame onto the stands. Once securely on jack, stands remove floor jack. Remove front wheels. 2. Remove the skid plate and skid plate brackets. (Illustration 1) 3. Beginning with the drivers side, unclip the ABS sensor line and disconnect at the knuckle. Remove the screw attaching the brakeline to the knuckle. (Illustration 2) 4. Remove the bolts holding the Caliper Anchor Bracket to the Steering Knuckle (Illustration 2). Pull the Bracket and Caliper assembly away from the Brake Rotor and hang out of the way with a length of wire, careful not to damage the brake lines. DO NOT let the Caliper hang from the brake line. 5. Remove the Brake Rotor from the Hub and set aside. (Illustration 2) 6. Remove Axle Hub Dust Cap. (Illustration 2) 7. Remove the axle to wheel hub nut. (Illustration 2) 8. Disconnect and remove Sway Bar with Links from vehicle. (Illustration 3) 9. Remove the nut from the steering Tie Rod. Separate the Tie Rod from the Steering Knuckle. (Illustration 2) 10.Remove the nut from the Upper Ball Joint. Separate the Upper Ball Joint from the Steering Knuckle. (Illustration 2) 11.Remove the two bolts attaching the Knuckle to Lower Ball Joint Bracket. (Illustration 4) 12.Remove Steering Knuckle and set aside. 13.Disconnect Front Strut from Lower Control Arm at bottom, and from Frame at top, and remove. (Illustration 5) 14.Remove the lower control arm pivot bolts and remove lower control arm.

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1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 7 1/8″, 7 1/3″, 7 9/16″, 7 4/5″, 8 1/4″, 8 1/2″ & 8 9/10″ Ring Gears Removal And Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Jeep Manuals) by admin on 04-07-2012

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Removal (Model 194, 8 1/4″ & 1998 Grand Cherokee 216 Axles) 1. Raise and support vehicle. Remove rear wheel(s). If equipped with drum brakes, remove brake drum. If equipped with disc brakes, remove brake caliper and rotor. On all models, clean axle housing cover. Loosen cover bolts, and drain oil. Remove cover. 2. Remove differential pinion-shaft lock bolt. Remove pinion shaft from differential. Push in axle. Remove “C” clip from axle at pinion gear. Remove axle from tube. Remove axle shaft seal and bearing from axle tube. Installation 1. Grease bearing, and install into axle tube. Ensure bearing part number is facing outwards. Apply wheel bearing grease to axle shaft seal. Install seal in axle tube. Install axle shaft. 2. Install axle “C” clip. Pull axle out to seat “C” clip. Install pinion shaft. Install lock bolt, and tighten to specification. Apply RTV to axle housing cover. Tighten cover bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. Fill with gear oil. Removal (Model 198, 1999 Grand Cherokee 216 & 226 Axles) 1. Raise and support vehicle. Remove rear wheel(s). Remove brake drum. Remove nuts securing axle retainer plate to axle tube, and discard. Using slide hammer and Adapter (6790), remove axle shaft from axle tube. 2. Using a 3/8″ drill bit, drill a shallow hole into bearing retaining ring on axle. DO NOT drill into axle. Using a cold chisel, cut bearing retaining ring across drilled hole, and remove from axle shaft. Using a press and Bearing Remover (1130), remove bearing from axle shaft. Remove seal and retainer plate from axle shaft. Installation 1. Ensure axle shaft retaining plate is flat and not warped. Install retaining plate on axle shaft. Apply wheel bearing grease to axle shaft seal. Install seal on axle shaft. Grease bearing, and install on axle shaft with outer surface groove facing seal. 2. Using press and Bearing Installer (7913), press bearing onto axle shaft. Press NEW bearing retainer ring onto axle shaft. Install axle shaft in axle tube. Tighten NEW axle retainer plate nuts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table. PINION SEAL & YOKE Removal

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2000 Mitsubishi Truck Montero Sport Evaporator Core Removal and Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Mitsubishi Manuals) by admin on 16-06-2012

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EVAPORATOR REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION REMOVAL SERVICE POINT SUCTION PIPE OR HOSE, DISCHARGE PIPE DISCONNECTION CAUTION: Seal the hoses completely, otherwise the compressor oil and receiver will absorb water vapor easily, possibly damaging the condenser and deteriorating performance. Plug the disconnected hose and the evaporator nipple to prevent foreign material from getting into them. INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT >A< EVAPORATOR INSTALLATION When replacing the evaporator, refill it with the specified amount of compressor oil and install it (to the vehicle).

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