you have a rear seat heater? If so, I can simplify the instructions
an excerpt from the instructions under the heading "Modifications
to the Vehicle"
9. Pull heater hose routed over gearbox back and shorten by 280mm.
Route this pipe straight back just below water pipe extensions.
10. Join the 280 mm section to heater pipe that went straight
back and now route this pipe over the gearbox (heater pipes are
effectively swapped around).
took me 1/2 an hour to understand what they wanted to do in these
2 steps. I eventually found out what to do. I found it easier
to go to Autozone and pick up 4 or 5 feet of generic 5/8 heater
hose (Autozone has this available by the foot).
first thing to do is start at the T connections for the rear heater.
Disconnect the heater hose that went straight back to the motor,
connect one end of your 4-5 length of heater hose to this and
run it over the tranny. You'll notice that on the new motor there
is a short length of hose coming off the head with a barb connection
at the end. Once the engine is installed, cut your 4-5 length
of heater hose so that it connects to this barb fitting without
too big a loop, but without kinking either. You're half-way done
back to the rear heater T. Disconnect the old hose that went over
the tranny and pull it out. connect the remainder of your 5/8
heater hose to this T and run it straight back along the radiator
pipes/hoses. Under the new coolant reservoir, there is another
smaller hose with a barb on the end of it. cut your 5/8 hose to
the correct length and connect it to this barb. You're Done! :)
reason I did mine this way was that it eliminated a splice (and
therefore a possible leak point), and it used new hose instead
of 10-15 year old hoses. If you have any questions, Or if I've
thoroughly confused you, feel free to e-mail me again.