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pretty easy, just take out the 4 bolts at the hinges and pull off the saftey clip of each ball where the shock is and once you remove those the bonnet will come off.
 

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Mitch at Famous can pick up your car and trailer it to his shop. He does this all the time; having watched him work on my whip, I can say he is top notch & is a mechanical genius.
 

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Mitch at Famous can pick up your car and trailer it to his shop. He does this all the time; having watched him work on my whip, I can say he is top notch & is a mechanical genius.
damn sounds complex, get some pro help. :)
I've done the installs before. It's not that complex, just looking for the easiest way to work on the car (i.e. not crawling under it).

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yeah can't get to what you want that way. best bet is jack it up and pull the fender liners out. between that you can fish wires around
That's the fun part! :lol:

Was just hoping that it would be as easy as the Gallardos. The Viper was a pain in the butt to route. All the wires had to run, basically exposed, through a hot-box.

Actually, it looked like this:


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