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Somewhere either on the lower body line or under the body line near the frame around the middle of the slide, you should find a small diameter hole, maybe about 1 to 1-1/2", for a specific crank handle to be inserted. If on the body panel, it should have a rubber grommet/O-ring to identify it. If on the frame, no grommet but the crank will fit through it to reach into the inside of the frame to engage to motor manually. Depending on the specific location, it could be between tires or within the fender well of the tire. If the slide is already out, it should be much easier to spot the insertion hole on the frame. That motor is attached to the frame for rigidity and support either directly or by a sub-frame section. Don't be affraid to stick your head up under there with a good light source to find it.
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