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Old 08-01-2006, 12:21   #1 (permalink)
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97 Ranger, harness, firewall....

Trying to take the dash off so we can change the heater core. Last thing that seems to be hanging on is a bunch of wires at the driver's side. On the engine side there are three square fittings each with a bolt in the middle. On the cab side there is a fitting that is black plastic, about the size of all three square fittings and with a handle. Looks like three latches on the right side but I can't figure out how to get it off. Unbolt the three square fittings on the engine side? Or?

I know this is one of those "Doh!" questions, I'm going to feel real stupid but the books I have don't seem to go into detail on that or on a lot of the other issues in this.
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