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  1. Thanks for these instructions. Just did mine, man I'm high from the fumes 0_o. I also had some trouble removing the grounding wire, I sprayed some pb blaster and bent the metal toward the ground to get a better grip w needle nose pliers. I won. If you losen the plastic brackets holding the coolant pipes you can slide the braket toward the front, and talent'ly spread the pipes as you work in/out the filter. It is straight foward, just take your time. Wear glasses so you dont get crud and gas in your eyes. My fuel old filter dumped a lot of brown poopy sludge.
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