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post #1 of 19 Old 09-19-2019, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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I have looked at the delete mfr instructions on line and the no limit ones that came with my kit but none are for the 17. They are labeled that way but pics address pre 17. The 17+ cooler is like two rectangles and there is no in/out major coolant inlet outlet hoses on top. The 17 instructions are just written to ignore the steps that apply to 17 from 16(like removing those hoses) but that is half a$$. My biggest concern is coolant routing. The 16 had a designated hoses and required a re route from the thermostat on radiator back to the hot inlet of radiator. Neither of those exist on the 17+ so I assume it all flows up from the bottom and out the same (thus their block off plate allows the transfer). Confusing. Anyway. Do 17+ instructions exist? Thanks. Any tips from those who have done it.
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Guess im confused on how there are no in/out hoses on top unlike 11-16 but the bottom is same as 2011-16

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LOL I'm just as confused. everybody says just drain, unscrew and install block of plates. But I'd like more, even pics would be great LOL
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There are no main lines like the pre-17. I found the same thing when I removed mine but honestly once you start itís very simple to figure out


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This is the only change in coolant lines that I had to do


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Yes agreed it’s even easier than pre 17 but I’m blown away nobody took
The time to make descent instructions. So lazy.

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I agree, itís so simple you would think they would be common


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Yes agreed itís even easier than pre 17 but Iím blown away nobody took
The time to make descent instructions. So lazy.
GDP seems to have decent instructions but the pictures in the figures donít match the steps in the direction but theyíre the best Iíve seen so far.

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GDP seems to have decent instructions but the pictures in the figures donít match the steps in the direction but theyíre the best Iíve seen so far.

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Yes those are the best out there but thatís a 16. See the coolant inlet outlet on top? Not a 17+. My point, lazy and sad
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