- Mar 18, 2013
- Reaction score
- Cape Cod MA
- Ram Year
- 5.7 Hemi
Not really, just have to me meticulous about it. I used painters tape to secure the nut to the open end of a regular wrench, fished it into there from the bottom opening and top opening and just took my time. One you have a few threads engage its easy. I attached the remote mount to the bracket first. Definitely don't do that as it gets heavy to put the bracket into place and put the bolts on, I could have used an extra hand for sure.
It would probably ffubar your engine warrenty if anything went south,like a cam or lifter.Not to poo poo the thread but I have an extended factory warranty and wondering if anyone knows if this setup would have any effect on that? I'm sure it's a solid aftermarket mod but I always look at how the bean counters think.
Not to poo poo the thread but I have an extended factory warranty and wondering if anyone knows if this setup would have any effect on that? I'm sure it's a solid aftermarket mod but I always look at how the bean counters think.
To add to this, if someone DOES try to claim it as a "Your DIY mod *****'d the engine", YOU (the person who owns the truck) would need to remember that they will TRY and convince you it is your fault. You need to know the "new" laws about warranty for consumer work. IE they HAVE to PROVE YOUR work was the issue.For any aftermarket item to "void warranty " they would have to find the item at fault to causing the failure such as a collapsed defected hose. Other than that it is a simple design utilizing a stock filter so they can't blame the item unless the previous mentioned occured. I don't see that happening.