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When removing the old oil from the HPOP reservoir, be sure not to disturb the oil too much. Debris and dirt can be pushed down past a failed HPOP screen. This debris/dirt can get sucked into the IPR during start up and cause a no start or running issues.
When you remove the oil cooler from the motor, take note how much oil is in the HPOP reservoir before you suck out the oil. Then prior to dropping in the new oil cooler, refill the HPOP reservoir with new oil to the same level. This will help get the motor running during initial start up, less cranking. If you choose to skip this step, you may be cranking the motor for about 45min trying to get the air out out the HPOP system.
Take pictures of the intake bolts for there proper location, some bolts have studded tops for heat shield, FICM ground, and wire loom connections.
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