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Old 12-27-2020, 09:11 AM
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Question Superformance clutch master access panel

Please forgive this post if this has been already answered but so far I have not been able to find it in previous threads.

I am trying to replace my clutch master cylinder. I have the drivers side wheel off and am trying to remove the access panel. Apparently these are bolts with nuts on the INSIDE. I can see the nuts turning when I look through the side grill but can't get to them. Does anyone know the trick to get this off?
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Old 12-27-2020, 09:34 AM
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OK. I figured it out on my own and a bit embarrassed. You can access the nuts from inside the engine compartment. I spent so much time under and inside the wheel well I failed to look under the hood.
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It can be a frustrating time working on these cars for the first time, but I think thatís half the fun learning the inís and outís of the car. Thatís how the Superformance wiring diagrams came to be. Well Done.
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I can understand your initial frustration. Now that you have it figured it out, save yourself from future frustration by using tinner man nuts and screws, available at most all auto parts stores. Makes it so much easier for any future removal of the panel.

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