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post #1 of 17 Old 10-28-2008, 03:42 PM Thread Starter
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Is there any need to pull the neg terminal off the battery after doing the zoodad mod?
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nope......

Just remove the grill....and cut holes....that's it...
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Hey,
Anyone know how to get the clips detatched from the bottom of the grill?

I have an '06 Lariat 350 and when I took the top 4 screws from the top of the grill and leaned it back all I could see was about 4 clips holding the bottom on.

Any tips or are there tools needed for this?

Thanks for the tips.

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Hey,
Anyone know how to get the clips detatched from the bottom of the grill?

I have an '06 Lariat 350 and when I took the top 4 screws from the top of the grill and leaned it back all I could see was about 4 clips holding the bottom on.

Any tips or are there tools needed for this?

Thanks for the tips.
I just use a small standard screw driver. Put the tip of the screwdriver just under the clip and push UP, it's easy once you figure it out. Good luck

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i just pulled it off on mine. it just slipped on.

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psd

What i use is a door knob saw.and i do both sides.so fresh air can cool the motor alittle better.the 6.0 runs so hot.
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hey anyone have any problems with snow getting to air filter after doing zoodad mod , i'm up here in western ny and plowing snow
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hey anyone have any problems with snow getting to air filter after doing zoodad mod , i'm up here in western ny and plowing snow
I don't plow, but have driven through some pretty serious snow storms here in AK. Real wet, heavy snow - no prob, Light fluffy stuff - no prob, heavy rain - no prob...................

Pretty much no problems

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I did the ZooDad on my stock 6.0 because so few people had problems. But after following other vehicles on the highwayduring a storm, I checked and sure enough, water WAS getting to the air filter. I think that the water sprayed up from other vehicles is lighter and traveling in a more horizontal direction to my truck when I drive through it. I drove for about 5 miles this way, and there were several drops up against the air filter element. So the next day I covered it back up and mooved on to the next mod

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I am curious to wonder....what exactly is the zoodad mode? Also wondering if it makes a big difference in anyway!?
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