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Taking rear deak lid off... by wildbill86gt
Started on: 11-01-2003 02:37 PM
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Last post by: wildbill86gt on 11-02-2003 10:34 AM
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Report this Post11-01-2003 02:37 PM Click Here to See the Profile for wildbill86gtClick Here to Email wildbill86gtSend a Private Message to wildbill86gtDirect Link to This Post
Do I take off the bolts on the firewall or off the deak lid itself?
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Report this Post11-01-2003 02:49 PM Click Here to See the Profile for JncomuttClick Here to Email JncomuttSend a Private Message to JncomuttDirect Link to This Post
There are 2 bolts per side. They screw into the actual decklid itself. They are on the 'upright' part of the bracket that holds it on.
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Report this Post11-01-2003 02:59 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FieroGT86Send a Private Message to FieroGT86Direct Link to This Post
**WARNING** Remove the 2 HEX bolts on the outside of the brackets, DO NOT REMOVE THE TORX BIT SCREWS!!! If you do say bye bye to your rear glass window!!
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Report this Post11-01-2003 03:59 PM Click Here to See the Profile for wildbill86gtClick Here to Email wildbill86gtSend a Private Message to wildbill86gtDirect Link to This Post
Thank you. It sounds like you know that from experience!
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Report this Post11-01-2003 05:06 PM Click Here to See the Profile for wildbill86gtClick Here to Email wildbill86gtSend a Private Message to wildbill86gtDirect Link to This Post
Thanks agian I got my spark plugs and wires changed out. It was pretty easy with the deck lid off!
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Report this Post11-01-2003 07:07 PM Click Here to See the Profile for lurkerClick Here to Email lurkerSend a Private Message to lurkerDirect Link to This Post
if you ever actually need to remove the hinges from the car, protect the rear window with a piece of plywood.
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Report this Post11-02-2003 05:10 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fierobrianClick Here to Email fierobrianSend a Private Message to fierobrianDirect Link to This Post
did you say you pulled the deck lid off to get the spark plugs and wires i just reach in and can do it in 1 hour plugs and wires , the rear are a little harder but just use your hands as your eyes
 
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Thanks agian I got my spark plugs and wires changed out. It was pretty easy with the deck lid off!

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Report this Post11-02-2003 10:34 AM Click Here to See the Profile for wildbill86gtClick Here to Email wildbill86gtSend a Private Message to wildbill86gtDirect Link to This Post
It took 10 min.for the deck lid and 15 min. to change plugs and wire's. I can't even get my arm,s back there with the deck lid on. I am a large man 6'4 250lb's
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