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After - The service manual says to cut a few zip ties, unplug the switch, and slide it out, but that's not as easy as you might think. There were two zip ties on our XJ that we couldn't get to with our knife, the only cutting tool in the garage where we did this. We found that after cutting the zip ties in the engine compartment and unplugging the switch, we were able to unbolt it from the transmission and pull it down far enough for cleaning.