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I'm looking for mens motocross gloves preferably blue

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Then push ECM up and pull down on the center lip-tab of the back board to free the ECM. Once, the unit is free, pull down and let the ECM drop down to the carpet floor. Now, get some masking tape & mark each wire loom RED, WHITE & BLUE to mach the ECM plugs. After you have marked the looms, ****DO-NOT-PULL-ON-THE-WIRES!!!**** Be very careful, SQUEEZ THE WIRE PLUGS UPPER SIDES & PULL UP & OFF!
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