Location: Just right of the big pond on the left...
So after pulling the doghouse out for cleaning and prep work I went to put it back in. I slid it up under the dash and easy peasy right?!?! Well, I got to looking at it and now wondering if I installed it wrong. Not sure how to post pics otherwise I'd show what I've got.
Pretty sure you all know what I'm talking about here, but the seal has two lips sorta that seem to be perfect for inserting the metal cutout of the body in between. But it seems nearly impossible to do that, like I'd have to bend and contort the doghouse and really do some maneuvering to get it to fit like that. Is this right???
Or is it really that easy and just pushes into place super simple like, and latch the 4 latches and done in 30 seconds???
You shouldn't have to do any bending if the gasket is still glued properly to the doghouse but like rallypanam said its a bit awkward until you've done it a few times. Ulitimately, yes it should be 30 second to one minute type deal. Getting it sealed properly really had a huge effect on sound and temp so make sure and get it right.
2015 Chevy Express 3500 Duramax
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