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Old 24 December 2012, 14:45   #1
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How do i get this cover off my engine??

Before i start trying to get this part of the cover off i was wondering if anyone knew how to get it off?
The sections just above the metal mid section & below the main engine cover & the other grey peice. In one of the photos you can see theres a black outlet coming out the back...thats the bit i want off

I can see one screw but apart from that thats it? theres a few inside the main engine cowl but dont want to loosen them & the mid section dropping off

These are the only photos i have, any help would be great.
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Old 24 December 2012, 17:33   #2
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Before i start trying to get this part of the cover off i was wondering if anyone knew how to get it off?
The sections just above the metal mid section & below the main engine cover & the other grey peice. In one of the photos you can see theres a black outlet coming out the back...thats the bit i want off

I can see one screw but apart from that thats it? theres a few inside the main engine cowl but dont want to loosen them & the mid section dropping off

These are the only photos i have, any help would be great.
Hi Luke
If you look at the first pic, right on the corner nearest the camera, on the bottom part (the grey bit) there is a lever, slightly to the right, you can just see it, push this down and pull the back of the cover up.
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Sorry i didnt mean that one! Its hard to point out but it the section below where the white bungee cord attaches but above the main mid section...if you get what i mean?
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The plastic trim (called the apron) under the engine tray is simply held on with one philips screw near the saddle.
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The plastic trim (called the apron) under the engine tray is simply held on with one philips screw near the saddle.
Thanks! Didnt know if there were anymore screws to loosen
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These parts diagrams are useful to identify components, etc.
http://www.tohatsu-nissan-parts.com/...0221038-7).pdf
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