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Last time I did this it went back in a lot easier by making more room to maneuver. I did this by first by detaching the ECU from its normal spot. Second remove the junction box for the wiring loom comes from the engine and ultimately into the cabin. The junction box faces the passenger side of the car (held in place with one screw) just inside the false firewall. Remove the large connector from the back of the junction box. Now you will be able to get the removable portion of the false firewall well out of the way. You have also made a good deal more space in a key spot inside the aquarium.
It takes an extra couple of minutes but well worth it
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- '98CSE, blower motor will not come out!!!! arrgghh!, TomR 97CSE , Sat, 19 May 2012 12:49:29
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