Originally Posted by motoreiter
As I understand it, you only need to undo the security screws if you intend to remove the bad EWS and replace it with the new EWS. This is a permanent fix.
On the otherhand, for a temporary fix, you only need a Torx 10 wrench: keep the bad EWS in place, unplug the connector, and plug it into the new EWS, which you zip-tie near the ignitiion...
Is that correct?
The #10 Torx is best used in one of those knurled/thumb-index finger drivers that uses the hexhead Torx driver. Wish I had a picture, but Sears sells them: about 1 inch in diameter, 3/4 inches tall, and accepts any of the hex screw drivers, etc. Handy to get in tight spots!
Here's the link: http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...&sbv=Craftsman