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    So I am just putting the 360 back together following the upper Gearbox bush replacement and I appear to be a little unsure how 3 cable runs are routed.

    I believe they are related to the F1 curcuit and are arrowed in the pic. They come from the left of the picture, appear to run along the front of the air box and then down towards the gearbox. They might be attached by P-Clips on the A Frame but that doesnt look very logical.

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    Would someone be so kind and just confirm how these run and any P clips etc holding them together. Maybe take a pic.

    I took pics while dismantling but dont seem to have any of this area pre destruction. Have tried to look at part catalogue and countless engine pics on the net but no joy. And the car has been in bits for a couple of weeks as I sent the airbox off to be powdercoated, then went on holiday for a week. So things are a little blurred.

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    Andy, Sorry I cant help with your request as mines a manual, but I would be really interested in how you went on with the bush change as I'm contemplating doing mine, I've had a good read of this thread, but if you've any other tips they would be much appreciated.

    http://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/tec...placement.html

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    Andy, I'll take some pics tonight. My car is 30 miles from me ATM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike01606 View Post
    Andy, I'll take some pics tonight. My car is 30 miles from me ATM.

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    Cheers Mike, much appreciated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by David007 View Post
    Andy, Sorry I cant help with your request as mines a manual, but I would be really interested in how you went on with the bush change as I'm contemplating doing mine, I've had a good read of this thread, but if you've any other tips they would be much appreciated.

    http://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/tec...placement.html

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    Yes don't worry. I fully intend to do a write up on my experience.
    What I will say is it's a **** (put what ever 4 letter expletive you like) job and if you have the cash to get a workshop to do it then spend it.
    My neighbours now know what a potty mouth I am[emoji2]

    But it is doable if you prepare yourself for it. I would be interested in how a dealer/Indy gets the old one out because the Hill Engineering tool is not a magic removal tool. I would call it an assistance tool. Which I found out to my cost as I broke it on my first attempt. Using the tool within the operating specification will NOT remove the bush.


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    Did you use any heat Andy?


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    On the 430 those wires are secured with rubber lined P clips that attach to the airbox mounts.

    As Mike suggests you need to use heat. It will slide out nicely then. The principle applies when working on anything that's an interference fit andcan take the heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWStewart View Post
    On the 430 those wires are secured with rubber lined P clips that attach to the airbox mounts.

    As Mike suggests you need to use heat. It will slide out nicely then. The principle applies when working on anything that's an interference fit andcan take the heat.
    Yes I used heat and lots it. The only way I could see it was coming out was by cutting it out, which is what I did in the end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MWStewart View Post
    On the 430 those wires are secured with rubber lined P clips that attach to the airbox mounts.
    I had that thought but the imprints on the p clips didn't appear line up with being attached there. But it would make sense. Cheers



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    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...216f7e1399.jpg

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    These any use Andy?

    P clipped onto the airbox mounts.


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