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Its not that hard, but awkward. Its been awhile since I helped my brother with his, but it seems like there are 5 or 6 screws to remove. You also need to remove a hose going to the engine, and pull a line out of the way so you can slide the top out.......may be the fuel line (you may need a helper to have enough hands). If you have the service manual it will show you where the screws/hoses are.
 
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