It's a pretty difficult job....or at least it was for me. Getting the original quadrant off is the easy part. It's just the pawl on the shaft that's hard to remove. The only tip I can think of is to take out the front seat. Made things a lot easier for my friend, although I didn't do it.
Taking out the drivers seat is mandatory unless you're a midget, oops; vertically challenged individual. Lots of patients because it's a tight space and lots of "tip of the finger" work. No secrets, just patients.
My friend did mine years ago, and i dunno how he did it, but it took him like 8 minutes, LITERALLY! Im not exagerrating. I dunno how he did it, but i think i hafta find out. He just busted my stock one out and put in the new one.
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