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How do I access the plugs at the firewall side of the motor

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You can reach them without taking anything extra off. It's tough but you need to reach around the motor while laying across the top. Better yet, remove the intake plenum and disconnect it from the air inlet. Dealers sometimes do them on a lift from below I've heard.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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From underneath the vehicle. Go between the fire wall and the transmission.

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If you can not see them you can easily proice your own drain hole. That is what I think your trying to do is drain the goop in the firewall. After drilling a 3/8" hole take a steel shaft and shove it inside the hole and push the shaft towards the rear upward. This way no moister will get in the hole when driving for you have bent the sheet metal down towards the front to screen out anything to get into this hole

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