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Procedure: (Approximate time to complete installation: 3 – 4 hours)
A. Removing the Door Panel Coverings
1. For ease of installation, do both sides at the same time.
2. Roll the windows to approximately 1/2 open, and so the crank handle is in the Down Position. With either the Crank Spring Removal Tool, or a flat Screwdriver, remove [...]
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Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer door panel removal
1. Open door and lower window.
2. Remove two screws above door handle.
3. Starting from right side, remove plastic trim from behind door handle.
4. Dislodge snaps from behind the left, right, and bottom edge of door panel.
5. Lift door panel off of door.
6. Dislodge window control panel and pass through opening [...]
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This document is intended to provide a step-by-step guide to replacing the rear speakers in a 2005 Toyota Prius. It is very simple and straightforward. It describes replacement on a ‘base’ non-JBL system, but should be very relevant (although maybe a slight bit different) for the ‘premium’ JBL system, and for replacing front speakers (which [...]
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WARNING: Do not perform this install near a flame source due to the risk of fire or explosion from gas fumes. Use a jack to lift rear of vehicle. Remove the passenger side rear tire. Remove the wheel well cover to expose the fuel filler neck behind the quarterpanel.
Note: For manual locking or manual non-locking [...]
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Before starting, be sure the vehicle has 91 or better octane fuel in it. DO NOT try to run the vehicle at full throttle at sea level altitude with a supercharger unless the fuel tank is filled with good 91-octane fuel. Failure to heed this warning can result in severe engine damage.
Tools Needed: 8, 10, [...]
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Mld-’90s Mazda Miata exterior door handles are normally mounted horizontally, but Paul turned this Miata handle 90 degrees, allowing it to be mounted in the lower portion of the door. This is a much lower mounting point than the original Ford handle, providing easier access from ground level. Plus, this position allows the door handle [...]
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a. Make sure vehicle is parked on level surface.
b. Set parking brake.
c. If engine has run in the past two hours, let it cool down.
d. Remove the battery cover and disconnect negative battery terminal.
e. Do not discard stock components after removal of the factory system.