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    Eddie Lennon Jr. Oct 25, 2010

    You can also go up from the bottom if you can get the van high enough. You can reach your arm from right behind the exhaust up into the van and touch all three plugs with more room then going in from the top. At least it makes the two of them in back a lot easier.

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