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Help--removing the fuse box harness from 98-02

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Old 10-14-2011, 04:48 PM   #1
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Default Help--removing the fuse box harness from 98-02

Any one have a write up of how to reamove the rest of the harness for the f-body. I removed the engine and tranny from a 02ss with the harness but i still have to remove the rest of it. This is the fuse box harness that goes in the car from the drivers side to the dash. Any help with pics, links, how too's will be greatly apreciated.
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