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How do I remove this? Fan housing center of trunk.

Car is a 82 930. I need to pull this out of the way for now. Im not sure how to get it out and I have been staring at it for a while. I took a bunch of clips off hoping it would pop in half but that's not the solution. Sorry I don't even know what its called or I would have searched more.


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Remove the exterior grille at the base of the cowl, below the windshield. Unscrew the 2 screws that are exposed by the removal of the grille.

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Hi...I may be able to help you...What are you trying to do? - Get at?... Windshield wipers?

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Remove the exterior grille at the base of the cowl, below the windshield. Unscrew the 2 screws that are exposed by the removal of the grille.

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And be careful with the drain hose on the bottom. The originals are N.L.A.

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Hi...I may be able to help you...What are you trying to do? - Get at?... Windshield wipers?

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The cars wiring is hacked up bad from a alarm\remote starter install done by someone who had no business doing the work. The car also has a small block conversion ( that I did ). I decided to pull all the heat\ac stuff to simplify the wiring nightmare in front of me. The car isn't ready for heat\ac anyways.

It took me many hours to separate the alarm\starter harness from the car ( still not done ) and in order to properly repair the stock harness Im going to remove it to repair on my workbench, Im giving up soldering laying on my back.
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Like you, I repaired in place, not fun but quite the bear to remove the entire harness. If you care about originality, I found 3M black hockey stick tape almost a perfect match to the original tape on the harness. Good luck on your job.
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And be careful with the drain hose on the bottom. The originals are N.L.A.

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And the solution to that if you do manage to ruin the drain tube is a large piece of heat shrink tubing cut to proper length and clamped to the outlet of the blower box.

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