Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Crockett, Texas
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Photo 6 - The bolts holding the hose bracket at the bottom are hard to reach. I used a 1/4" rachet with a 10 mm socket. You can't see the bolts, you have to do it by feel.
Photo 7 - With the bracket removed disconnect the hose from the steel tubing. It is best to use a tubing wrench on the compression nut. You will have a small amount of fluid run from the line.
Remove the pressure sensor from the old hose, and install it on the new one, using the new O ring. Install the new hose, torquing the bolt to 44 ft lbs.
Photo 8 - The new hose is installed, all brackets and bolts back in place.
Replace the stabilizer mounts, and you are finished underneath.
Fill the pump, start the engine and check for leaks. Top off the fluid if necessary.
You can plug the hole in the fender liner if you want. I used a snap in plug designed for an electrical junction box.
2004 Armada SE, Throttle body coolant bypass, Grounding kit, modified Volant CAI with Amsoil dry element, custom engine cover, trailer brake controller, Michelin M/S2s, custom lower grill, Silver Star headlights, Bilstein HD shocks, Power Stop Drilled/Slotted Rotors, ceramic pads, Goodridge SS brake lines, interior and back-up LEDs, PLM transmission pan, trans radiator cooler by-passed, all Amsoil synthetic lubricants, Nismo headers, custom 3" SS exhaust system with high flow metallic core cats, UpRev tuner version, 318 rear wheel HP.
Last edited by scr38; 06-30-2014 at 11:23 PM.