This is no different.
Unscrew the billet aluminum from your brake fluid tank and let's get started.
Step 1: What You'll Need
You'll also need four #6x 3/8" sheet metal screws.
If your car is stock, and you want to keep it that way, you'll have to find an aluminum screw-on cap. If you enter it in shows, you can eliminate the screws, but you'll have to clean up the original hardware.
A screw driver, sharp knife and/or Dremel tool, various cleaning materials and we're off to the races.
Step 2: Pry the Part Apart
If your'e trying to keep everything original, put the rivets aside. If you're OK with new parts, you can toss the rivets.
You can also remove the contacts.