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lame wiring harness question

Hey guys,

This is a question that I wish I didn't have to ask. I am doing a motor swap cause my block is cracked....I cant figure out how to disconnect the wiring harness that sits on top of the driver side wheel well. Im sure this should be simple but its kicking my ***. Ive been leaving it to last and well im about ready to pull the motor but still cant get it off.

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Not sure if the OBS harness' are like the SD's, but i had to pull one of the harness' apart on my drivers fender well. I think it was a push down tab and pull them apart. It was really stuck together good.

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The harness should be the 10mm bolt that you have to loosen all the way and pull the connector out (IDM, ECU, body harness). If it is the kind with a gray or red looking lever on it, you just lift the lever and it seperates the plug.

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