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Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 07:00:54 -0400
From: KeithG <>
Subject: Re: Two dismantling questions

I do not know about the removal of the 'overboost fuel cut'. This device may be the pressure transducer which is required by the APC system to operate. Without seeing it, I cannot say. Mine is a '92 model and I do not think it has the 'overboost fuel cut switch'. KeithG MeatballTurbo wrote: > In article <>, > says... > >>Good luck with it, mate. The Haynes details the full procedure, but it >>didn't make sense to me until I got the dash facia off (the bit with the air >>control vents). That's the complicated bit. >> > > > I've been told that I should be able to remove the knee Bolster by > removing the two side bolts in the inner wings, and the double bolt that > the centre console fastens to. Shouldn't need to remove the fascia to do > it. God I hope so. > > I've also been told that it is more likely the overboost fuel cut, and > that can be removed completly, the hoses plugged, and the wiring shorted > together to make a constant circuit. And that can be done without > dropping the dash, by reaching up and unclipping it while lying in the > footwell. I can feel my Syatica twinging already :) > >

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