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The motor mount gets in the way when I try get the socket on to replace my oil pressure switch on my 1988 ford bronco II. Is there another way to remove it?

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  • ollehmitrab Jul 28, 2010

    I've tried channel locks with no luck. It's pretty cramped underneath, and it is apparently torqued on pretty well.

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You either have to loosen mounts and jack motor up a little or try to loosen with a pair of channel locks or sometimes you can get a wrench.Good luck

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I just use channel locks , they are not very tight and don't need to be.

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