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Old 01-15-2011, 11:46 PM
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1969 cowl vent panel

Besides the 4 bolts that hold this panel on a 69 Camaro, what else has to be removed to take off this panel?

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Make sure you pull off the wiper arms! Other than that it will come right off.
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It's been some time since I've worked on a camaro that old. However, if I recall properly after removing the wiper arms and the screws for the cowl you then needed to pull the cowl forward to remove.
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Thanks for the info
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You may also take putty knife and and use it in between the cowl and the firewall I have seen them use a body seam sealer to seal off under the hood
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