The cover comes completely off, but does require some finesse due to the
location under the hood. Unlatch the metal clip then try pushing back
towards the interior while lifting slightly. There's only a molded hinge on
the cover, so there's nothing else to unfasten except the metal clip across
On 27 Jun 2003 14:52:35 -0700
firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt) wrote:
Yes, it needs the most special tool that Mother Nature has developed - a
Press the ends of the spring together behind the fusebox, they form the
axis around which the lid turns. By pressing them together they come out
of the base part and you can take the lid and spring off.
BTW, it's easier to take it off than to put it back.
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