can i have the link mine also ruptured from corrusion and i need a replacement asapJust found my leak was coming from the cooler where the line loops back into cooler. Thanks for the simple instructions. Part cost like 20 bucks at Auto Zone and i am going to replace mine this weekend......will post pics soon!!!!:woot:
where do you get the replacement partsremove the grill assembly. it just pulls right off, on bolts or screws.
next, there is two bolts, and a plastic clip on top of the bumper cover. unscrew the bolts and pry loose the plastic clip (the center prys up and it lifts out).
on the under side of the center of the bumper there are plastic clips that just push on there there are 6 of them. pull down on the center of the cover and they pop right out.
on the bottom of the bumper cover there are plastic clips on the passenger side and driver side at the bottom in fron of the wheel. pry those loose as you did on the top of the bumper.
finally there are clips on the top inside of the driver side and passenger side, that are under the wheel well. push in on the tabs and push the cover toward the fron of the truck.
then all you have to do is pick the bumper up off the front of the truck and set it to the side.
now, take the styrofoam pad off the top of the bumper. set it to the side.
there are two bolts on the top of the bumper, remove those. lift the bumper off and set it to the side.
there are two bolts on either side of the cooler. remove those and the cooler will fall. lift it up and zip tie the passenger side as high up on the frame horn as possible.
there are two lines going into the cooler on the driver side. they just have clamps on them that can be removed by squeezing them with plyers. remove the lines, and drain the fluid into a can or container. Cut the zip tie and the removeal is complete.
took me little less than half an hour to remove, and less than that to install. after you follow the steps in reverse to put everything back together. fill the pupm with fluid, turn the wheels all the way left and right to remove the air, check the level of the fluid, top off as needed, and it is done! new power steering fluid cooler!