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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yhea it's under the truck on drivers side bolted to the transmisson crossmember. There are three 13mm headed bolts holding it on, they go up through the crossmember and bolt to the bottom of the bracket that is holding the air pump on. there are two hoses going to the pump that you need to take off and two electrical connectors. Then you will need to switch a few things over after you get the old one out. Not hard at all, Becarful when pulling the hoses off most of the time the reason they fail is because water has gotten in there, when you take the hoses off you get soaked(i speak from lots of unexpected showers).
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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