Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by Socal Sonny, Nov 5, 2010.
Thanks for the reply!
I'll give it a go with penetrating spray and report back in a few.
A bit messy, but in the past I have drilled a hole in the plug to let the oil drain, and then use the biggest ezy-out you can. Otherwise, you will have to remove the pan as mentioned.
grease on the drill bit will capture a lot of the metal bits while drilling
Can you tell us what is involved in removing the front plastic bumper / radiator cover? The plastic front end on my 1993 DD51T is plain black plastic like most everyone elses. I'd like to remove it, fix a couple cracks, then prime and paint it.
I figured it out. Two screws, one at either lower corner of the bumper cover, then two screws and two nuts at the top edge once the facia panel is removed to expose the radiator cap. The two screws that hold the marker lights in place are seriously rusty and need to be replaced. I'm going to try to address some of the cracks in the bumper cover before dealing with it's finish.
For what it's worth now...
At the very least future reference for others...
I couldn't find any screws behind the horn either.
On a 1994 Suzuki Carry DD51T, the horn is just press fit on.
You have to pry it off.
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