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Old 11-27-2010, 10:52 AM
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Stc Fitting....

I am getting ready to do the dummy plugs, stand pipes and stc fitting.. I was just wondering if the oil pump needs to come out as well.. I am sure i would figure it out with everything open but I just wanted to make sure I had the necessary kits...
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Old 11-27-2010, 10:58 AM
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I tried your link the other day... It didn't work...
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Your STC fitting directions don't work.
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got the passenger side dummy plug done... was sizing up the standpipe and it doesn't look like ehough room to take it out on that side... any suggestions... I would normally pull the motor mount and jack it but was wondering if there was a neat trick...
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got the passenger side dummy plug done... was sizing up the standpipe and it doesn't look like ehough room to take it out on that side... any suggestions... I would normally pull the motor mount and jack it but was wondering if there was a neat trick...
You remove and install the passenger side standpipe in two pieces.
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Old 11-29-2010, 04:31 AM
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I was not able to get in there and pull the tube on the passenger side...Just replaced the top half... will save the bottoms for when the heads need to be done...
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