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Here are the directions in the link below on how to replace the BCM that you asked about.
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Yes you can unbolt the junction box to allow you to turn or angle it to allow you better access to remove the BCM.
Even though not required. If needed you can unplug all of the connectors on the junction box and just remove it so you can replace the BCM.
Your referring to the screws holding the BCM on, not the ones holding the junction box, correct?
Have you tried a 1/4 socket and ratchet with a screw bit in the socket?
Since it is loose, you can try the tool setup I mentioned or try backing the screws out the remainder using pliers.
We sure can.
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