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Old 11-25-2005, 06:36 PM   #1
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How is the engine cover toward the front removed? I can remove two screws on the passenger side, but the drivers side is attached solid.
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How is the engine cover toward the front removed? I can remove two screws on the passenger side, but the drivers side is attached solid.
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Old 11-26-2005, 06:00 AM   #3
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I know you asked about a 2004 Horizon, but it reads like your refering to a front end gas unit when you refer to 2 screws on the passenger side. What do you really have?

If it's a diesel? At the rear, you'll have to find the screws that are holding down the wood floor plates that buried in the carpet. The are also, some screws just under the lip of the top step. You'll have to feel around, but be carefull you don't rip your fingers on the sharp points. There are a couple "L" brackets inside the cover that are screwed from under the lip or over hang.

When you finely get that cover off, you'll have two more. One ine each side of the closet. For the most part, they should pull right up, I don't think or remember them being screwed down.

I would suggest, that for the step cover, you get yourself 3 nice brass wood screws and brass recessed washers, and screw the step top down from the top. Place the screws in 3 areas that you don't step. This way the top can be removed much quicker and easier without having to find the screws in the carpet.

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