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99 f250 plastic fender liner

How do i remove that stupid liner? Im trying to get at the IDM but the liner wont budge. I took out 6 screws and pulled out some push in clips. I cant move it tho. Any thoughts? Thanks
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You don't need to completely remove it. Just take the screws out and it will flex enough to get out of the way.

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Can you take pics of it. Cause all the talk of the IDM and everything, and I've NEVER seen a pic of where it's at.



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here is one where a guy took the whole fender off.

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That is too much hassle! I finally muscled the hell out of the stupid plastic fender so I could reach an arm behind the rearward end of it, up to the box. It wont be possible to reinstall it that way tho, so Im going to relocate it to under the hood where is should be. Any ideas on getting the cable for it back under the hood?
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And there is this one but note that it shows the IDM from a PRE 1999 Ford.

IDM Mod 140 volt - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

It shows how to replace the resistor. Also, I have 4 extra resistors if anybody wants them.
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THAT'S WHERE IT IS?



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yes, about the location: thats turrible!
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That's one thing Ford screwed up on when moving from the OBS to the SD. It takes 30 seconds to pull the IDM on a OBS and 30 minutes on a SD. You can get it back in place with the plastic bent out of the way, it just takes a few trys to get it ligned up.

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