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Old 09-10-2019, 11:26 AM   #1
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Anyone know how to access the engine from the bedroom?

I am getting roadside assistance and looking to access the engine bay from the bedroom. Any quick help would be appreciated.
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Mine was between the bed and the closet. Just removed a few screws and removed the section and had access to the top of the motor.
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Do you remember where the screws are? Found 2 but looking for more
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Mine were under the drawer on bothe sides and on each corner both sides six srews total
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Thanks, we’re getting there they are well hidden
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We got the cover off 6 screws as Dennis mentioned. Found a fuel leak at the high pressure line crimp where it enters the fuel rail. Technician says this happens more often than we would all hope. I had the same issue with our old lemon Avalanche! Same line but only occurred under full load. Was easy to find this time, in the Avalanche it only occurred (leaked) under full engine load. Tricky to find that time!
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