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Old 07-11-2011, 07:54 PM   #12
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Yes I think it's your AOS. There is some information at Pelican Parts [url][url] that will help you with this task. It took me about three hours to replace the AOS. You will need to remove the engine cover and lift the car because you will need to get above and below the motor to replace the AOS. It will also help to remove the rear wheel on the passenger side. Have patience, take your time, and enjoy the accomplishment of taking care of your car.

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