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Old 02-24-2013, 02:24 PM
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Opening GEM module, need help

Well, I am getting water in my truck again, and of course it has messed with my GEM module. I took the module out and I want to clean it and dry it completely before fixing the issue. I have the entire unit apart except for one area. If you look at the pictures, the one side connects to the other internally and I can't figure out how to pry them apart. If anybody could help me out, it would be appreciated. thanks, Mike
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cant help ya bud, but the fix is to get yuor windshield re-sealed. Thats where the problem lyes.
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