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Removing power brake booster!

Hi I am trying to remove the top right bolt on firewall on my brake booster alldata tells me to remove steering columm bracket but not sure how I took many bolts out but still not moving and suggestions? I have the other 3 bolts out I just dont have the clearance to get the last bolt out. Only other option I have is to remove whole dash!! I have a 99 gmc sonoma 2.2l 2wd.

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Can you not get to it with a long 1/4 drive socket socket?? i have never done one so honestly wouldnt know but with the right tools a lot of things can be accessed

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