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03-04 Cadillac CTS Bumper Grille Installation Instruction

July 12th, 2011 · No Comments

Step 1: Remove the bumper grille from the box and packaging. Inspect for any damage.
Step 2: Attach the fully threaded studs to the back side of the bumper grille.
Step 3: Place the bumper grille into the opening of the bumper. Center the bumper grille.

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2011 Nissan Warranty Information Booklet

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

Both Nissan and your Nissan dealer are dedicated to serving all your automotive needs. Your complete satisfaction with your vehicle and your Nissan dealer are our primary concerns. Your Nissan dealer is always available to assist you with all your automobile service requirements.

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00–01 Nissan Maxima Grille Install Instructions

December 16th, 2010 · No Comments

Step 1: Note these instructions are for both the upper and the lower, so not all steps are applicable of you bought only an upper or a lower grille. The lower will be covered first.
Step 2: Get your tools out, a flat head screwdriver (small), wire cutters, and possibly some pliers or channel locks. Then [...]

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Dodge Dakota Under Rail Bedliner

December 12th, 2010 · No Comments

Installation Preparation Tools Required: BLACK OR WHITE GREASE PENCIL (For Marking Locations) PHILLIPS SCREW DRIVER (For Securing Screws in Scrivets & Liner-Loks) ELECTRIC DRILL WITH 1/4″ DRILL BIT (If necessary) (For Drilling Holes for Scrivets) CORROSION INHIBITOR (If necessary) (Mopar Part No. 82300508)
CLEANING: Clean Truck Box and Ensure Floor Drains (if applicable) are Clear to [...]

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2009-up Dodge Challenger Hurst Billet Comp/Plus Shifter

December 8th, 2010 · No Comments

This shifter is constructed of a solid billet steel and chrome plated upper stick, billet aluminum transmission carrier, and billet stainless steel adapter, lower stick, pin, and Energy Suspension® polyurethane bushing housing. You can expect reduced shift throw (over 30%), increased strength and better, firmer, yet smoother and more precise feel thanks to extremely tight [...]

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Performance Diesel Installation

December 7th, 2010 · No Comments

Step 1 – Tools & Procedures
Proper key if required
Anti-seize Compound
Do not use hammers or pry bars to install or remove Fluidampr
Sufficient torque wrench (see torque specs on page 2), fan removal tools.

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2004–2005 Subaru WRX STI RS Grille Install Instructions

November 20th, 2010 · No Comments

Subaru WRX – Aluminum Upper and Black Powder Coated Lower Grilles. Note: Please read the instructions completely before beginning the installation of your grilles.
Upper Grille:
Step 1: Open the hood and remove the upper grille. This is done using the flat blade screwdriver to press on the gibs (latches) to release the grille from the vehicle. [...]

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1997-99 Honda CR-V Baseplate BX2218 Installation Instructions

November 14th, 2010 · No Comments

Installation of this baseplate requires removing the steel or the plastic belly pan, the round steel bar, and the tie down brackets.
Read the General Instruction Sheet included with this baseplate. The baseplate mounts in place of the tie down brackets using six bolts supplied with the baseplate. If the CR-V has a steel belly pan [...]

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Toyota Prius GEN 2 Driver Side Extender Guide

August 21st, 2010 · No Comments

What you will need for assembly:
1- socket wrench
1- 9/16 socket
1- Metric 13 socket (Prius uses metric bolts however a 9/16 works)
1- 9/16 flat wrench
1- protective eyewear
Step 1- Remove the 2 Black extendmyseat brackets from the packaging and locate the 4 black 3/8” provided bolts.
Step 2- Go to your vehicle with a socket wrench and a [...]

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Steering Damper Mounting Kit for BMW F800S

August 15th, 2010 · No Comments

MK-BM08-O001 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before Installation:
- Please read the entire manual carefully before starting the installation!
- Check if you have all the tools required. Good tools are a must.
- Protect your bike at the most important places in and around the work area (e.g. tank, fairing, frame, etc.), with a blanket, towel or similar.

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