My family has had some exceptionally difficult medical and financial difficulties which means we have no alternative other than I do any auto repairs needed. In addition to knowing absolutely zero about cars, I am 61 years old, disabled, and only have partial use of my right hand. I was blessed with a successful careerr in hospice, but wearing a suit and sitting behind a desk. Two different shops I have come to trust over the years have now told me to replace the coolant control valve and inverter cooling pump. I'll absolutely do this without complaint for my wife and son, but I can't seem to find photos and instructions intended for a total novice. An unusual and inexplicable characteristic of my disability is cognitive in nature. Although I am fortunate to have an excellent learning curve, I am bewilderingly unable to absorb or retain anything I see in videos, hence the need for photos. Still, I can and will get this done. We already have the parts, but after climbing under the car and peering down through the hood I was reminded I could make this considerably worse without the right guidance. If I'm not asking too much, can someone please provide pictures, links, directives, or any useful details for us? Regardless, thanks to everyone who even considers it. Disability started out being an embarrassment and quickly evolved to humiliation, but at this moment I cannot let my wife and son suffer by dodging my responsibility. Thanks again. We have a 2006 Gen 2 Prius.