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[Music]
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[Music]
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using a 10-millimeter wrench we're going
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to go ahead and disconnect our battery
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terminals
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and set those aside using a
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19-millimeter socket let's go ahead and
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remove our lug nuts
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take your wheel remove it set it aside
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and remove this nut off of our sway bar
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end link here ours is a little bit rusty
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so we're going to use our allen key and
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it goes in the
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end of the bolt
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we did spray it down with some rust
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penetrant
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i'm going to go ahead and tap that in
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make sure that's in all the way
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and i'm going to go ahead and slip our
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gear wrench up on there
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let's go ahead
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and loosen this
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so
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and then use our allen key to hold
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the bolt or the
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end of the sway bar end link
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and remove this nut
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so we're using a 14 millimeter gear
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wrench to go ahead and remove this nut
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we're using the bottom part of the strut
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to hold leverage on our
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allen wrench here
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to get this nut off so we're using our
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allen wrench up here with our nut
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the allen wrench hole stripped out
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so basically when we spin this here
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the shaft is spinning
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our next option is to use a pair of
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locking pliers i'm going to try and grab
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this here without ruining the boot on
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our link
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we're going to lock this on
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and then we'll try and remove the nut
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the rest of the way
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go ahead and release the pliers
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let's go to remove this link
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and our brake line bracket using a
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17-millimeter socket and extension
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i'm going to go ahead loosen and remove
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our lower
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strut bolt
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open up your trunk
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grab this lever right here pull outward
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to release the latch on your back seat
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pull that
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and pull your back seat down now you
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want to go ahead and disconnect our
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third brake light harness you want to
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press this press in on this little
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spring tab
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and disconnect that
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now on the back quarter panel here we
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want to go ahead and remove this back
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trim piece
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in order to do that you're going to
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start by pulling down
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our coat hook here
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use a phillips head screwdriver and
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there is a screw right up in here
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let's go ahead loosen and remove that
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screw
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now this back
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pillar right here there's a plastic
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button says side curtain air bag
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and use our trim tool
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and we're gently going to get back here
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you want to go ahead and
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pop this out
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you want to get behind the plastic
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not the metal piece behind it
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so there's your clip that you're
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pressing in on both sides to go ahead
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and
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unlatch
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there's a little metal
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tab in here
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this is the
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other piece we're going to gently push
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in on that
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basically going to be working both sides
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of it so you can use
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your trim tool i'm going to use a pick
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and you want to pull this bracket out
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at this point here we can go ahead and
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start pulling our trim down
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pulling our buttons out
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and just continue our way back
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go ahead and once you pull out those top
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buttons
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pull the trim straight
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out
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i'm gonna go ahead and repeat the same
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process for the passenger side now the
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tray itself is held in place by some
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push buttons
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around the perimeter i'm gonna put my
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hand up inside work my hand upward and
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pop some of these trim and then we're
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going to go ahead and pull this rear
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package tray out working our seat belt
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out through the slot
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and we'll get that out
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once we get those buttons out go ahead
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and
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pull this
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out towards you
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there's a harness connector right here
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i want to go ahead and disconnect this
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i'm going to pull this button out first
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so we can actually
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get in there
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i press on this little tab right here
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i'm going to use our pick here
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slide our tray out
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using our 14-millimeter socket and
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extension i'm gonna go ahead and remove
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the two nuts up top here
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whatever you do
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do not loosen the center one you just
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want the two on the outer edge
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[Applause]
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i'm going to go ahead and work our strut
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off of the bracket here and we're going
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to try and push it inward and drop the
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strut down out of place and use our
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deadblow hammer
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[Music]
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now this off of the knuckle itself we're
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going to use our pry bar
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i'm just going to go ahead and try and
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flex our suspension down a little bit
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uh
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we're going to use our pry bar bring our
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suspension down you want to be careful
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when installing the strut not to hit the
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body of the vehicle
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line that up
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remove our pry bar
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let's go ahead and line this up and
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place this up into the body
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once that's up into place
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i'm gonna go ahead and grab our
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pry bar
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and get the control arm
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pulled down
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so
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[Music]
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now we have our strut in the top of the
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control arm we have our pry bar
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inside
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now we want to do is we need to get our
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fork of our lower strut
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over the bracket
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so it's going to take a little bit of
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working here to get the strut up and
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into the body
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and
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get that strut fork lined up onto the
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control arm bushing
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so at this point here we have the strut
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in place
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not quite far back is where it needs to
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be but there's enough pressure on this
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to hold the strut in place let's go
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ahead and get back into the vehicle and
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we're going to put the two nuts on the
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top secure that down
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and we'll come back out here and finish
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with our pry bar and getting the lower
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bolt installed let's go ahead and
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install the nuts
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on the top here
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let's go ahead and snug those down
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[Music]
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now that we have those on there let's go
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ahead and get those torqued those two
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nuts are going to be torqued to 41
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foot-pounds
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and we have our pry bar in here let's go
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ahead and manipulate our
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strut
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back up into place here
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just kind of move this around
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i'm going to use our
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dead blow hammer just to kind of
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tap our suspension up
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all right with that bolt in place
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let's go ahead and see if we can
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get that snugged in
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all right
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just snug that down
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gotta remove our pry bar
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i'm gonna go ahead and torque this down
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to 47 foot-pounds
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line up your bracket for your
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brake flex hose
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just going to go ahead and get our end
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link lined up
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uh
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once we have this lined up i'm going to
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go ahead and make sure that our bracket
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is locked up and into place for our flex
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hose
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get our nut started
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let's go ahead and tighten that down
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and tote these down to 33 foot pounds
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with their rear tray just setting up top
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here we need to reconnect our harness
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right here
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so let's go ahead and
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get that popped in
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snap that in
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and we're just going to press that
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little button back up and into place
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want that harness up there let's go
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ahead and push our tray back up and in
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feed our seat belt back up here
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i want to make sure our tray is all the
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way back
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basically you just want to get the
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plastic
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push pins on the back of the
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plastic cover
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lined back up and then those
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will fall right in and you can snap them
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into place
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at this point here we can go ahead and
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install our
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cover right here
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you want to line up our plastic buttons
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on the back here
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snap these into place
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make sure our seat belt is up where it
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needs to be now we're going to go ahead
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and install our
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b-pillar trim here i'm going to go ahead
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and press this back tab
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into the
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notch in the back
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i'm going to feed this in first and then
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we're going to start pressing our
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buttons in and our lock tabs work on our
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way forward
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all right let's go ahead and snap in our
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trim
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it's going to install our retainer right
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here
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presses up and into place
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take your
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airbag button right here line that up
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snap that in
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go ahead and reinstall your phillips
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head screw
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over here
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snug that down
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again repeat for the passenger side
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now you can go ahead and flip up your
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seat
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lock that into place
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let's go ahead and reconnect our third
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brake light
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connector here
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and just press it in it'll snap into
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place let's go ahead and install our
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wheel
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go ahead and get our lug nuts started by
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hand
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once we get all these on go ahead and
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snug them down
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[Music]
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let's go ahead and torque our lug nuts
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down to 80 foot-pounds
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you can install your terminals
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go ahead and snug these down
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go ahead and get your ground installed
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and do the same here
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you

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