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Old 08-07-2008, 03:18 PM   #1
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I bought the plug n play kit, and i was wondering if there are any special tools needed to put this kit in. The only reason i am asking is cause i am going to a buddies house and we only have so much time. We are doing the trap door method. It looks straight forward i just don't want to have anything rise up while we are installing it tomorrow.
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Old 08-07-2008, 04:22 PM   #2
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There shouldnt be anything you need to worry about. I did mine by removing the tank with just basic hand tools. Good luck with it.
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No special tools required. Since there are two of you and time is an issue, I suggest having one person doing the pump while the other runs the harness.
The biggest problem I had was getting that $%^& ring seated correctly on the tank duing the install of the new pump.
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alright sounds like i have a plan for tomorrow, if anyone wanted to could the dig up some sort of instructions as a guide to install this kit for me, that would be great
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Just search for trap door method and youll turn up a ton of info. Heres a write up I did on dropping the tank. You can prob use the steps about running the wires etc for your method.
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=938621
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The kit should have come with instructions. Did it not?
If not, I would give them a call. I didn't see a link on their web site. You will need it, as some simple mods to your current system will be required, plus it tells you things such as where to place the relay.
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The kit should have come with instructions. Did it not?
If not, I would give them a call. I didn't see a link on their web site. You will need it, as some simple mods to your current system will be required, plus it tells you things such as where to place the relay.
Good luck getting instructions.........................
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The pump should have come with instructions for how to actually hook the pump and relay up. If you need them and cant get a set, just pm me and Ill see if I can find mine to scan for you.
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Good luck getting instructions.........................
Looks like he had good luck.
Good job, DropTopBird.
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We didn't need any instructions, it was pretty straight forward, install went pretty good, nothing went wrong, so now its time to spray the big shot.
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