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    Default Need help/vids on 2020 Panel removal?

    Need help, I知 trying to fine a good video showing the panels being removed on a 2020 RTL.

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    Any specific panels you're planning on removing? The main ones (on each side) are easy once you've done it a time or two. My camcorder is the only thing that fits on my tripod but I'd be happy to charge up the batteries and shoot a quick vid removing the side panels, if you'd like. Have to (literally) blow the dust off the cam since I haven't even turned it on in about 3 years.

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    Simple just google 2020 RT panel removal, looks like several videos available.

    https://www.spyderlovers.com/forums/...-Panel-removal

    or, the ad you can skip in 5 seconds

    Panel removal https://youtu.be/CI_dQry8SqQ

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    Yes Monk i would appreciate it IF you could video removing the left side panels to get the ECU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner View Post
    Yes Monk i would appreciate it IF you could video removing the left side panels to get the ECU.
    I believe it's under the right side panel but I'll try to do that tomorrow. Couldn't get my camcorder to work so I'll have to figure out a way to mount my phone on my tripod.

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    I知 not sure Monk I知 getting a tune from Wick-it and from what I知 getting described in their pic it痴 on the left. I guess It really doesn稚 matter the panels are the same. Thx for your help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MONK View Post
    I believe it's under the right side panel but I'll try to do that tomorrow. Couldn't get my camcorder to work so I'll have to figure out a way to mount my phone on my tripod.
    Last time I looked, the 'ECU type' box under the RIGHT side panels was the Control Unit for the Transmission (they do look very similar tho, but they should be clearly labelled!) However, that last look was almost a year ago now!

    All the F3's I've dealt with so far have had their Engine Control Unit (ie, the one you'll need to remove to send off to Wick-It et al for an upgrade) located under the LEFT side panels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner View Post
    I’m not sure Monk I’m getting a tune from Wick-it and from what I’m getting described in their pic it’s on the left. I guess It really doesn’t matter the panels are the same. Thx for your help.


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    I'll see if I can shoot a quick vid tomorrow of one side (both are the same) but that's NOT a 2020+ RT. That's a pic of the previous generation.

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    Yes I recognized that also from the pic ( from Wick-it site ) that it was a different year. Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie said it should have a label identifying which it is. I’ll make a phone call to a dealer Mon. to fine out for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayBJ View Post
    Yeah, but Gunner wants to remove his front panels to get to the ECU, Ray

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    Those vids are already easy to locate. I added the rear just to fill in the blanks since the rear is harder to locate and the OP stated, "Need help/vids on 2020 Panel removal?'.

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