2005-2010 Ford Repair White Flakes Coming From A/C Vents

Model :
FORD:
2005-2009 Focus
2008-2010 Crown Victoria
2000-2005 Expedition, F-150
2007-2009 Edge
2008-2010 Escape Hybrid, Escape

LINCOLN:
2008-2010 Town Car
2000-2005 Navigator
2007-2009 MKX

MERCURY:
2008-2010 Grand Marquis, Mariner Hybrid, Mariner

 

CLEAN A/C DUCTS:

  1. Remove floor duct trim.
  2. Using masking tape, connect one end of the vacuum cleaner hose to the floor duct on driver side.
  3. Tape closed all the other floor duct openings.
  4. Obtain about two feet (61 cm) of rubber vacuum line large enough to fit the end of a small shop air blowgun. Secure the hose to the end of the blowgun using a worm clamp.
  5. Close all instrument panel registers.
  6. Set temperature setting to full cold.
  7. Place mode in floor / panel.
  8. Turn on vacuum cleaner.
  9. Working with one register at a time insert the vacuum line down each duct and blow shop air through each duct for 30 seconds. Be sure to close each register before moving on to the next register.
  10. Change mode to floor / defrost.
  11. Blow down each defroster duct for 30 seconds.
  12. Alternate mode door between floor and floor / defrost three (3) times, giving the door time to move between each change.
  13. Turn off vacuum cleaner.

CLEAN EVAPORATOR CORE:

  1. Change mode to full floor.
  2. Ensure temperature is full cold.
  3. Remove blower motor per Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 412.
  4. Turn on vacuum cleaner.
  5. Reach into blower opening with vacuum line and proceed to blow shop air for a minimum of 5 minutes, utilizing a very slow sweeping action.
  6. Blow the entire core face with an up and down motion, then repeat moving from side to side.
    NOTE:
    Attention to the blow-off of the evaporator core surface will determine effectiveness of repair.
  7. Install the blower motor per WSM, Section 412.
  8. Open all registers.
  9. Operate the A/C system in Max mode with the blower on the lowest setting. Monitor the temperature with a thermometer until the lowest temp is achieved. Switch to vent and monitor the temperature until ambient temperature is reached.
  10. Repeat Step 9 three (3) additional times.
  11. Switch the blower motor to high speed with the vent mode still selected. white flakes should not come out of the vents. If no white flakes are present continue to Step 12.
  12. Disconnect vacuum cleaner and remove tape from floor duct.
  13. Reassemble floor duct trim.
  14. Blow powder off or vacuum dash board and vehicle interior as required.

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2000 Ford F-Super Duty 250-550/Excursion/F-53 Motorhome Chassis Wheel Bearing And Hub Installation

Removal

  1. NOTE: Super Duty F-250, F-350 shown, Super Duty F-450, F-550 similar.
    Raise and support the vehicle.
  2. Remove the front wheel and tire assemblies.
  3. Remove the front disc brake caliper and rotor, and position the caliper out of the way.
  4. Remove the hub cap from the hub assembly.
  5. Remove the cotter pin, adjusting nut and flat washer.
  6. NOTE: Inspect the condition of the spindle and nut threads to ensure a free turning nut when reassembling.
    Remove the outer bearing cone and roller assembly, and pull the hub assembly from the spindle.
  7. Using care not to damage the bearing cage, use a suitable slide hammer and bearing seal remover to remove the inner bearing cone and bearing seal.

Installation

  1. CAUTION: Do not spin the bearing dry with compressed air.
    NOTE: Remove all traces of lubricant from the bearings, hub and axle spindle. Inspect bearings and bearing cups for pitting, spalling or unusual wear. If either bearings or bearing cups are worn or damaged, replace both bearings and bearing cups.
    NOTE: It is recommended that bearings and bearing cups be replaced in sets. If cups are worn or damaged, install the inner and outer bearing cups in the hub with an appropriate bearing cup driver tool. Check for proper seating of new bearing cups by trying to insert a 0.38-mm (0.0015-inch) feeler gauge between the bottom face of the cup and wheel hub seat. You should not be able to insert the feeler gauge.
    Remove all burrs, nicks or scratches from the shoulder of the spindle and seal bore in the hub with emery cloth.
  2. Pack the inside of the hub with lithium-base wheel bearing grease such as Motorcraft Premium Long-Life Grease XG-1-C or -K or equivalent meeting Ford specification ESA-M1C75-B. Fill the hub until the grease is flush with the inside diameters of both bearing cups.
  3. Pack the bearing cone and roller assemblies with wheel bearing grease. Use a bearing packer for this operation. If a packer is not available, work as much lubricant as possible between the rollers and cages.
  4. CAUTION: Keep the hub centered on the spindle to prevent damage to the grease seal or spindle threads.
    Place the inner bearing cone and roller assembly in the inner cup and install the wheel bearing hub seal, using a suitable seal replacer. Make sure seal is fully seated and lubricated.
  5. Install the hub assembly.
  6. Install the outer bearing cone and roller assembly and the flat washer on the spindle and install the adjusting nut; refer to Wheel Bearing Adjustment — F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550 in this section for final bearing adjustment. Install a new cotter pin.
  7. Install the hub cap.
  8. Install the front disc brake caliper and rotor.
  9. Install the front wheel and tire assemblies.
  10. Lower the vehicle.

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1986 – 1994 Toyota R-12 Air Conditioner System Retrofit Repair

Model :
1986–1989 Toyota Van
1986–1992 Toyota Cressida & Supra
1986–1993 Toyota Camry, Celica, Corolla, MR2, Tercel, 4Runner, Land Cruiser
1986–1994 Toyota Truck
1991–1993 Toyota Previa
1992–1993 Toyota Paseo

REPAIR PROCEDURE :

  1. Vehicle Inspection:
    · Ensure the integrity of the A/C system before proceeding with retrofit.
  2. Recover R–12 using R–12 recovery/recycling/recharging equipment:
    · Follow Toyota recommended procedure.
  3. Install R134a service fitting adapters:
    1. Remove valve cores from R–12 service fittings and discard.
    2. Clean external threads of the R–12 service fittings.
    3. Apply adhesive to threads (Loctite 262 or equivalent), screw on R134a adapter fittings, and tighten to 13 ft.–lb.
    NOTE: Vehicles with more than 2 service fittings will require the installation of additional adaptors. All service fittings must have R134a adaptors installed.
  4. Replace compressor O–rings (10P only):
    1. Remove compressor from vehicle.
    2. Install covers on hose connection ports to prevent airborne contamination.
    3. Clean compressor body and service valve area using a brush and compressed air.
    4. Remove service valve plate.
    5. Remove O–rings from service valve plate and discard.
    6. Remove extension housing if used, otherwise go to step 7.
    · Separate extension housing from service valve plate.
    · Remove and discard O–rings.
    · Lubricate and install retrofit O–rings into extension housing using specified PAG oil (see tables).
    · Reassemble extension housing to service valve plate.
    7. Reinstall service valve plate to compressor. Torque bolts to 19 ft.lbs.
    8. Reinstall compressor assembly.
  5. Replace piping and hose O–rings:
    1. Disconnect suction and discharge hoses from compressor.
    2. Remove and discard old O–rings.
    3. Lubricate and install retrofit O–rings with specified PAG oil.
    4. Disconnect discharge hose from condenser.
    5. Remove and discard old O–rings.
    6. Lubricate and install retrofit O–rings with specified PAG oil.
    7. Reconnect hoses and torque to specification. (Specifications can be found in applicable manuals/guides.)
  6. Replace receiver/dryer
    1. Remove and discard original R–12 Receiver/Dryer.
    2. Using the tables on pages 2 and 3, determine the proper type and amount of PAG oil. Pour 1/2 of the specified oil into the “OUT” side of the Receiver/Dryer.
    3. Black out the sight glass on block – joint – type receiver/dryer with black paint.
    4. Lubricate and install retrofit O–rings with specified PAG oil.
    5. Install retrofit Receiver/Dryer.
  7. Evacuate, charge, and leak test the system (Use manufacturer’s recommended procedure).
    1. Evacuate for 45 minutes.
    2. Vacuum check.
    3. Add compressor oil.
    · Using recovery/recycling/recharging equipment charge the system with the remaining 1/2 of the specified amount of oil from step F2.
    4. Charge system with specified amount of R134a.
    5. Perform a gas leak check.
  8. Confirm cooling performance of Air Conditioning system.
  9. Install retrofit labels:
    1. Choose R134a “USE ONLY” label for proper oil type (ND–Oil 8 or ND–Oil 9).
    2. Using a ball point pen, enter the proper retrofit refrigerant and oil charges on the caution label.
    3. Cross out unused type of compressor oil on caution label.
    4. Affix labels in a prominent location such as radiator support, underside of hood, or suspension tower area.
    5. Remove any R–12 labels.

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2004-2007 Toyota Sienna Sliding Door Repairment

INTRODUCTION :

Customers with 2004 through 2007 MY Sienna vehicles may experience a condition where the power function of the sliding door is inoperative. A new service part has been developed so that the replacement of the entire motor/cable assembly is not required. Use the following procedure to replace the pulley/cable assembly.

REPAIR PROCEDURE : 

  1. Remove the power slide door motor assembly from the door.
    Refer to the Technical Information System (TIS), applicable model and model year Repair Manual for motor assembly removal instructions:
    · 2004 or 2005 model year Sienna, Vehicle Exterior – Door/Hatch – “Power Slide Door: Overhaul”
    · 2006 or 2007 model year Sienna, Vehicle Exterior – Door/Hatch – “Engine Hood / Door: Power Slide Door: Disassembly”
  2. Remove the 3 collared screws from the actuator cover.
  3. Detach the connector housing from the bracket.
  4. Remove the 3 nuts that hold the motor to the actuator cover and separate the motor sub-assembly from the actuator.
  5. Slide the actuator cover out of the NEW slide door attachment control.
  6. Flip the actuator cover over.
  7. Reinsert the shaft of the original motor sub-assembly onto the NEW actuator cover.
  8. Flip the NEW actuator cover/motor assembly over.
    HINT: Do not allow the components to separate.
  9. Secure the NEW actuator cover to the motor assembly.
    A. Lift up on (1) to pull towards (2) to remove the fork jig.
    B. Push the actuator cover down at (3) until it contacts the motor sub-assembly.
    C. Continue to hold the actuator cover until the screws have been installed.
    NOTICE: If the pulley comes loose or comes out of the actuator cover or the cable is removed, a new slide door attachment control will need to ordered.
  10. Reinstall the actuator cover screws.
    HINT:
    · Screw “A” is short and must have a collar and the ground wire attached to it.
    · Screw “B” is long and must have a collar.
    · Screw “C” is short and must have a collar.
    Torque: 1.4 N*m (140 kgf*cm, 12 in*lbf)
    HINT: Continue to hold the actuator cover to the motor.
  11. Install the motor sub-assembly to the actuator cover.
  12. Reinstall the motor to the slide motor assembly with the 3 nuts.
    Torque: 5.4 N*m (540 kgf*cm, 48 in*lbf)
  13. Reinstall the connector onto the bracket.
  14. Reinstall the assembly into the door.
    Refer to the (TIS), applicable model and model year Repair Manual for motor assembly installation instructions:
    · 2004 or 2005 model year Sienna, Vehicle Exterior – Door/Hatch – “Power Slide Door: Overhaul”
    · 2006 or 2007 model year Sienna, Vehicle Exterior – Door/Hatch – “Engine Hood / Door: Power Slide Door: Reassembly”
  15. Reinitialize sliding door.
  16. Check sliding door operation.

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1998-2003 Toyota Sienna Sliding Door Diagnostic Tips

INTRODUCTION :

This bulletin provides a summary of helpful repair suggestions for sliding doors on 1998 – 2003 model year Sienna vehicles.
– The “possible causes” listed in this bulletin are provided as a guide.
– The root cause may vary from vehicle to vehicle and some causes may not be listed.

REPAIR PROCEDURE :

  1. Re-initialize the sliding door system.
    · Single power sliding door — Re-initialize according to step 2 of TSB No. BO030-00, “Power Sliding Door Diagnostic Procedure”.
    · Dual power sliding doors — Re-initialize according to TSB No. BO024-06, “Dual Power Sliding Door Initialization”.
  2. Inspect rear latch operation.
    A. Inspect operation of the rear latch.
    Latch operation should be smooth and should NOT “hang up” on the striker when the door is being closed.
    B. Lube latch arm and striker (where they make contact with each other) with “Door-Ease”.
    Confirm proper door operation.
    C. Inspect the condition of the pins inside the connectors to confirm there is complete electrical contact.
    NOTE: The ECU is looking for two pulse signals from the rear latch when the door is moving to fully closed. If the ECU receives only one pulse signal, replace the rear latch assembly due to a possible micro-switch malfunction.
  3. Clean electrical contacts (push pins) at the front of the door using an eraser from the end of a pencil.
    Confirm proper door operation.
  4. Adjust the door to the body.
    A. Push main power switch (located on left side of steering column) to the “OFF” position.
    B. Manually open the sliding door to the “full open” position and then slowly close the door to the “full closed” position.
    Observe how well the door closes and fits against the body. If the door is NOT adjusted properly to the door opening, adjust the door accordingly to TIS, applicable model year Sienna Repair Manual: Vehicle Exterior – Door/Hatch – “Slide Door: Adjustment”
    C. After adjustment, push the main power switch to the “ON” position and confirm the door operates properly.
  5. Adjust the rear striker.
    A. Confirm the rear latch moves to the full latch position when the door is closed.
    B. Adjust the striker on the C-pillar to the outward direction, in case the latch is in the half-latch position when the door is fully closed.
    C. Adjust the rear striker.
    Refer to TIS, applicable model year Sienna Repair Manual: Vehicle Exterior – Door/Hatch – “Slide Door: Adjustment”
    D. Confirm proper door operation.
  6. Adjust cable tension of the rear latch to the “L” bracket.
    A. Remove the interior trim panel for the power sliding door.
    B. Carefully remove the plastic sheeting attached to the metal door panel.
    Do NOT damage the plastic sheeting during removal (the plastic MUST later be reinstalled in the original position).
    C. Locate the small cable that connects the rear latch to the slide door lock control.
    The front portion of cable is attached to a gold colored “L” shaped bracket.
    D. Inspect cable tension by pushing on cable near the gold bracket.
    There should be some deflection of cable when pushing on it with your finger.
    If cable is too tight, adjust the gold bracket to add some free-play to the cable.
    If free-play exists, do NOT adjust the bracket. Confirm proper operation of the power door.
    E. Reinstall plastic sheeting and interior door trim panel.
    Assure NO gaps occur between the plastic sheeting and adhesive used to attach sheeting to metal door panel.

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2004-2006 Toyota Sienna Door Check Popping Noise

INTRODUCTION :

Some customers may experience a popping noise when opening and/or closing the front doors on their vehicle. Use the following procedure to diagnose and correct the condition.

REPAIR PROCEDURE :

NOTE:
Inspect the door frame around the door check mounting area.
· If a spot weld or check mount area is cracked or split, the following repair method CANNOT be performed and the door assembly MUST be replaced.
· If a door is to be replaced, all hemming flanges and body panel seams MUST be sealed with body seam sealer prior to painting the door assembly.
Refer to the Technical Information System (TIS), CRIB (Collision Repair Information Bulletin), “Bulletin # 16: 1987 All: Sealing of Hemming Flanges And Body And Panel Seams,” and “Bulletin # 44: 1991 All: Body Seam And Joint Sealer Application”.
(Note that the CRIBs are located within the CR tab of the main TIS screen.)
· If a spot weld has separated, have a body shop perform the following procedure.

  1. Confirm that a spot weld has separated by pushing on the door check mounting panel. If the panel can be pushed in by hand, the weld is loose.
    NOTE: It may be necessary to remove the door from the vehicle to gain sufficient access for drilling and welding. If so, lay door flat on a padded workstation.
  2. At the spot weld, drill an 8.0-mm (0.32-in.) hole through the door frame ONLY.
    NOTE: When drilling and welding the door, be sure to protect other components of the door, either by covering them or removing them.
  3. Fill the drilled area using a MIG welder to connect all panels.
  4. Use an appropriate color touch up paint on the welded material.
    NOTE: When touching up or fogging in paint, be sure to protect unaffected areas of the door and vehicle from overspray.

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2000 Toyota Corolla CE Sedan Heating And Air Conditioning Components Removal And Installation

REMOVAL :

  1. Remove cowl side trims
  2. Remove front door scuff plates
  3. Remove lower finish panel
  4. Remove lower insert panel
  5. Remove center cluster finish panel
  6. Remove heater to resistor No.2 duct
  7. Remove lower panel
  8. Remove rear console box
  9. Remove shifting hole bezel
  10. Remove finish lower center panel
  11. Disconnect heater control cable
  12. Remove A/C control assembly. Remove the 2 screws and pull out the A/C control assembly, then disconnect the connector.
    NOTE: Be careful not to vent the mode control cable, when pull out the A/C control assembly.

INSTALLATION :

  1. Install A/C control assembly
    a. Connect the connector.
    b. Pass the heater control cables as shown in the illustration.
    c. Install the 2 set screws.
  2. Connect heater control cables
    a. Set Air inlet control lever at “RECIRC” position
    b. Set Temperature control dial at “MAX. COOL” position
    c. Set Mode control dial at “DEF” position
    d. Adjust air inlet control cable. Set air inlet damper control lever to “RECIRC” position and connect the inner cable to lever pin and clamp the outer cable.
    HINT: Lock the clamp while lightly pushing the outer cable to the direction shown by arrow in the illustration.
    e. Adjust air mix control cable. Set air mix damper control lever to “MAX. COOL” position and connect the inner cable to lever pin and clamp the outer cable.
    HINT: Lock the clamp while lightly pulling the outer cable to the direction shown by arrow in the illustration.
    f. Adjust mode control cable. Pull the air inlet control link to “DEF” position, connect the control cable and lock the clamp.
    HINT: Lock the clamp while lightly pushing the outer cable to the direction shown by arrow in the illustration.
  3. Install finish lower center panel
  4. Install shifting hole bezel
  5. Install rear console box
  6. Install lower panel
  7. Install heater to register No.2 duct
  8. Install center cluster finish panel
  9. Install lower insert panel
  10. Install lower finish panel
  11. Install front door scuff plates
  12. Install cowl side trims

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1997 Toyota Camry LE Sedan Cylinder Head Installation

INSTALLATION

Install cylinder head.

  1. Place cylinder head on cylinder block.
    (a) Place a new cylinder head gasket on the cylinder block.
    CAUTION: Be careful of the installation direction.
    (b) Place the cylinder head on the cylinder head gasket.
  2. Install cylinder head bolts. NOTE:
    – The cylinder head bolts are tightened in 2 progressive steps (steps (b) and (d)).
    – If any cylinder head bolt is broken or deformed, replace it.
    (a) Apply a light coat of engine oil on the threads and under the heads of the cylinder head bolts.
    (b) Install and uniformly tighten the 10 cylinder head bolts and plate washers in several passes, in the sequence shown. Torque: 49 Nm (36 ft. lbs.)
    If any one of the cylinder head bolts does not meet the torque specification, replace the cylinder head bolt.
    (c) Mark the front of the cylinder head bolt head with paint.
    (d) Retighten the cylinder head bolts 90° in the numerical order shown.
    (e) Check that the painted mark is now at a 90° angle to the front.
    (f) Install the 2 bolts holding the water bypass pipe to the cylinder head. Torque to 19 Nm (14 ft. lbs.)
    (g) Connect the camshaft position sensor connector.

Install spark plug tubes.

  1. Clean the cylinder head tube holes of any residual adhesive, oil or foreign particles. Remove any oil with kerosene or gasoline.
  2. Screw the threads of the spark plug tube coated with adhesive into the cylinder head.
  3. Using the spark plug tube nut and a 30 mm socket wrench, tighten the spark plug tubes.
    Torque: 39 Nm (29 ft. lbs.)

Assemble exhaust camshaft.

  1. Mount the camshaft in a vise.
    CAUTION: Be careful not to damage the camshaft.
  2. Install these parts:
    (a) Camshaft gear spring.
    (b) Camshaft sub-gear.
    (c) Wave washer.
    NOTE: Align the pins on the gears with the spring ends.
  3. Using snap ring pliers, install the snap ring.
  4. Using Special Service Tool (SST) Variable Pin Wrench Set # 09960 – 10010 (Variable Pin Wrench Arm Assembly # 09962 – 01000, Pin 5 # 09963 – 00500) or equivalents, align the holes of the camshaft drive gear and sub-gear by turning camshaft sub-gear clockwise, and install a service bolt.
  5. Align the gear teeth of the drive gear and sub-gear, and tighten the service bolt.

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1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera Bleeding Procedure Manual

NOTE: Pressure bleeding is recommended for all hydraulic systems. However, if a pressure bleeder is unavailable, use the following procedure. Brake fluid damages painted surfaces. Immediately clean any spilled fluid.

  1. Remove vacuum reserve by pumping brakes several times with engine off.
  2. Fill master cylinder reservoir with clean brake fluid. Check fluid level often during bleeding procedure; do not let reservoir fall below half full.
  3. If necessary, bleed master cylinder as follows:
    a. Disconnect master cylinder forward brake line connection until fluid flows from reservoir.
    Reconnect and tighten brake line.
    b. Instruct an assistant to slowly depress brake pedal one time and hold.
    c. Crack open front brake line connection again, purging air from cylinder.
    d. Retighten connection and slowly release brake pedal.
    e. Wait 15 seconds, then repeat until all air is purged.
    f. Bleed the rearward (nearest the cowl) brake line connection by repeating steps a through e.
  4. Loosen, then slightly retighten bleeder valves at all four wheels. Repair any broken, stripped or frozen valves at this time.
  5. Proceed to appropriate wheel first and follow set sequence according to Wheel Bleeding Sequence .
  6. Place transparent tube over bleeder valve, then allow tube to hang down into transparent container. Ensure end of tube is submerged in clean brake fluid.
  7. Instruct an assistant to slowly depress brake pedal one time and hold.
  8. Crack open bleeder valve, purging air from cylinder. Retighten bleeder screw and slowly release pedal.
  9. Wait 15 seconds, then repeat steps 7 and 8. Repeat these steps until all air is bled from system.

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2012 Honda Odyssey Trailer Hitch Installation Instructions

INSTALLATION

NOTE:
· Allow the engine and transmission to cool down before installing the ATF cooler.
· Be careful not to damage the finished surfaces of the body.
· Make sure to install the backup sensors before installing the trailer hitch.
· Do not damage the body paint finish.

  1. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the audio unit and navigation system (if equipped), then write down the radio station presets.
  2. Remove the air duct (two clips).
  3. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
  4. Remove the driver’s sliding door sill trim (five clips, six retaining tabs, and two hooks).
  5. Remove the rear trim panel.
    – Using a shop towel and pliers, remove two threaded hooks.
    – Pull away the weatherstrip from around the rear trim panel.
    – Gently pull out on the rear trim panel to release eight clips and four retaining tabs, and remove the rear trim panel.
  6. Remove the driver’s side rear trim panel.
    – Using a shop towel and pliers, remove the threaded hook.
    – Fold down the third row seat.
    – Pull away the weatherstrip from around the rear of the driver’s side rear trim panel.
    – Pull away the door opening seal from around the front of the driver’s side rear trim panel.
    – Gently pull out on the driver’s side rear trim panel to release ten clips and ten retaining tabs.
    – Unplug the vehicle connector, and remove the driver’s side rear trim panel. If the vehicle is equipped with other vehicle connectors, unplug the vehicle connectors.
  7. On each side, attach masking tape to the rear bumper, taillight, and rear fender.
  8. Remove the rear bumper.
    – Remove six self-tapping screws, four hex bolts, and five clips.
    – Release nine retaining tabs on each side.
    – Have an assistant help you when removing the rear bumper.
    – Place the rear bumper on a blanket after removal.
  9. Remove the vehicle grommet from the rear panel and discard it.
  10. Route the 4-pin connector end of the socket harness from the outside to the inside of the vehicle. Install the socket harness grommet into the rear panel.
  11. Inside in the vehicle, use isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel to thoroughly clean the rear panel where the EPT sealer will attach.
  12. Attach the EPT sealer to the rear panel.
  13. Route the socket harness along the vehicle harness and secure it to the vehicle harness with three wire ties.
  14. Plug the control unit harness 4-pin connector to the socket harness 4-pin connector.
  15. Remove the vehicle ground bolt.
  16. Secure the control unit harness ground terminal and the vehicle ground terminal with the vehicle ground bolt removed step in 15.
  17. Route the control unit harness along the vehicle harness. Secure the 4-pin connectors and control unit harness to the vehicle harness with six wire ties.

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