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Enigma
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Enigma Mar 16, 3:34pm - #9759 
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Fast question

So its a rainy day here in sunny Phoenix Arizona thumbsdown

So its paint the engine plastic day! But before I get to far I was hoping for some help. How do I take plastic engine cover off? I can see I need to take the bolts off with a socket I am sure. But what about the plastic clips in the back? Anything special about those? Any help would be appreciated! I have a picture but I am not sure how to add one here, sorry!!

Thanks

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Spread Eagle Mar 16, 5:12pm - #9760 

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Just pull those plastic clips straight up. Dont worry if the brake (mine did). Just go to your Toyota dealer an buy a new ones. They are really cheap.


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Enigma Mar 16, 5:15pm - #9761 
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Thank ya very much!! smile

I sorta of suck at spray painting, well I guess I dont suck at it. I suck at having patients I guess! Must remember go slooooooooooooooow it doesnt have to be finished in one coat!!

Thanks again!

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Enigma Mar 16, 6:55pm - #9762 
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Oh Spread Eagle I have a question for you...

I was reading on one of these posts or saw, that you have or make vinyl overlays? I would love to get one to go on the Engine Manifold. Is that something you can do?

Thanks a bunch!

Enig
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