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    Default Help w/Tundra 550f LT

    Anybody know how I can get to the area under the windshield/headlights? I only got as far as removing the three body covers and the drive belt. Very little room in there. I need to look around there for possible grounds on any of the wires or loose connectors.

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    Maybe this thread could be some help
    http://www.dootalk.com/forums/index....&#entry3195069

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    Thanks, Susitna. No tips there on getting to the wires/connectors in the machine. I'll see if I can find me a service manual somewhere. Thanks again.

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    Ya i couldn,t find anything else but that, Friend has a summit, but he never had that part off either, I have one of those CD repair disk,for a REV?XP platform and RF. But i didn,t see anything under body parts/ panels.? Maybe post a ? on that same link i sent since they must of gotten theres off../ Let us know how you do..

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    heres some more post #12/post#15 see if that helps?
    http://www.dootalk.com/forums/index....&#entry3137493

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    The instrument cluster has two small indentations at the top. Stick a small screwdriver in each of them to push the detent and the cluster will lift out of the dash.

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    Thank you, Susitna and Contender. Found a guy that said he knows how to get under the hood of the machine. Kind of miss those days when pretty much everything was accessible just by opening up the hood.

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