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  1. For the wiring can one simply splice into the harness to power the trailer lights? Or do you need to do something special?
  2. Yeap the end of the plastic tube broke off. You need to get that out of there. I used a small chisel and "cut " the metal ring so you can collapse it and pull it out. Then just break apart the the plastic. Be careful not to scratch up the housing or let any plastic bits fall in the hole.
  3. Sorry I don't have the pictures.. the wife accidently erased them when she used the camera last. Here is a brief write up. Hopefully this will give you an idea of whats involved. No special tools required. 1.Drain remaining coolant. Take the belly pan off and on the passenger side of the radiator (bottom) is a plastic drain plug (blue I think). 2.Take all the plastic around the perimeter of the engine off. (Lots of quick release plastic bolts) 3.Take the plastic engine covers off. I removed the secondary air injection units (black round things near the fire wall) from the bracket an
  4. This is the support topic for the DIY Tutorial Coolant Pipe replacement. Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.
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