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A. Remove one 10mm bolt or push plug on the core support that holds the coolant overflow container. Pull over flow hose out of container careful that the coolant does not splash up in face. The coolant container is mounted on the crossbar with spring clips just pull up and it should come off.

B. Remove the two 10mm bolt for the crossbar that is on the core support. Then push the crossbar to the right side of the engine compartment just enough to remove the top cover of the air cleaner.

C. On the top of the air box cover remove the two 10mm bolts and underneath the cover is the ECM

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