Hi all, I'm trying to remove the firewall on my kombi, it's a '73 with a type 1 motor. I need to get access to the fuel tank to have a look and replace the rubber filler and breather connections. It stinks of fuel, especially when I fill it up half way or more. I've removed all the screws on the firewall (including the ones underneath) and get a lot of movement, side to side and up and down, but I can't remove it fully. Feels like there's a lip at the bottom or something. Maybe it's tucked into the tinware or stuck behind the fan shroud. Can I lower the engine a few inches to help get some clearance and get the firewall out? I haven't lowered or removed an engine before, but from what I've been reading it can be lowered with a trolley jack by removing the 4 engine mount bolts and the transmission bolts, then remove throttle cable from carby? Any help and advice would be appreciated! Some pics here. Managed to get a photo of the tank - definitely looks like some fuel weeping is happening.