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Old 02-23-2012, 08:16 AM
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sinister coolant filter

Just got my kit from PTP.Did a search but if there is anything i don`t like about this site it`s the search option it`s very confusing or maybe i`m just a simpleton. Putting it in this weekend anyone have any words of wisdom? Thanks
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Should be thru in less than an hour. Only have drill one hole.
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you dont need to drill any holes...


I just took out the passenger side bolt holding the radiator and put the filter in that place with the original bolt!!!

when you splice the 3/4" hose... cut IN FRONT of the plastic thingymabober...UGH whenever i need to remember the name of something I forget.

well its a valve spliced into the 3/4" hose.
put your tee in between the block and that valve.

NOT between the valve and firewall
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you dont need to drill any holes...


I just took out the passenger side bolt holding the radiator and put the filter in that place with the original bolt!!!

when you splice the 3/4" hose... cut IN FRONT of the plastic thingymabober...UGH whenever i need to remember the name of something I forget.

well its a valve spliced into the 3/4" hose.
put your tee in between the block and that valve.

NOT between the valve and firewall
That valve isn't there on the 6.4 like it is on the 6.0, so N/A on the valve in the 3/4 inch line.
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:52 PM
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you dont need to drill any holes...


I just took out the passenger side bolt holding the radiator and put the filter in that place with the original bolt!!!

when you splice the 3/4" hose... cut IN FRONT of the plastic thingymabober...UGH whenever i need to remember the name of something I forget.

well its a valve spliced into the 3/4" hose.
put your tee in between the block and that valve.

NOT between the valve and firewall
Sorry, i was thinking of my ccv mod.
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:03 PM
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That valve isn't there on the 6.4 like it is on the 6.0, so N/A on the valve in the 3/4 inch line.
My bad!

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Sorry, i was thinking of my ccv mod.
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Old 02-24-2012, 06:30 AM
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Thanks guys
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cold and windy maybe next weekend
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how did this go? any pics?
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