Parts Needed 600001121382-BL (BLUE), 600001121382-BK (BLACK), or 600001121382-RD (RED) Tools Needed Jack Jack Stand Wheel Chocks Various Pliers One Gallon Pitcher Funnel Distilled Water Safety Glasses Time Needed Approximately an hour 1. Chock the rear wheels. Jack the front of the car up. Place your jack stands. You will need to get the car high enough in the air in order to fit your one gallon pitcher underneath. 2. Remove the radiator cap. DO NOT DO THIS UNLESS THE CAR HAS COOLED DOWN!!! I RECOMMEND LETTING THE CAR SIT FOR AT LEAST AN HOUR AFTER DRIVING IT BEFORE DOING THIS. EVEN THEN, USE A RAG AND OPEN THE CAP SLOWLY. 3. Locate the drain plug and drain coolant into the one gallon jug. The plug is approximately behind the vicinity of the red box. The coolant will drain nicely (for the most part) from the hole shown below. (top of picture is the front of the car) In order to reach the plug, you will need to need to pull down a bit of the bumper shroud. Jack point highlighted to help with bearings. (bottom of the picture is the front of the car) Turn the drain plug counter clockwise and let the coolant drain. This will take about five minutes. Cover the pitcher as you will be reusing the coolant and do not want to contaminate it. DO NOT forget to close the drain plug after the coolant has finished draining. 4. Locate the upper radiator hose. 5. Disconnect the intake flex hose between the throttle body and the air intake box from the air intake box side as shown below. This will make access to the rear hose clamp easier. 6. Locate and remove the upper radiator hose clamp at the front of the engine bay next to the radiator cap. Accessibility is NOT easy. I recommend having a variety of pliers on hand. You may have to try a few out to try and find which ones will work best for each clamp. I used a giant pair of channel locks in order to reach around the small hose coming off the radiator. The trick to hose clamps is to be able to fully close your pliers in order to lock open the hose clamp itself. When this is achieved, you will be able to slide the hose clamp out of the way. Easier said than done most of the time unfortunately due to how tight and limited the access is in on this engine. Best bet is to open the clamp as much as possible and wiggle it away from the front of the hose. After that, just tug on the hose work it a little bit to get it off of the radiator. You can do this by grabbing the hose by the throttle body. Continued in the next post.