As long as both RSPs are equal, you only need to replace the RSP in slot 2. Slot 3 is up and active, you should remove the RSP in slot 2 and replace it with the new. They are hot swappable.
I keep my Config and IOS on PCMCIA cards and the boot variables set to the cards. Once the new processor is in slot two and the PCMCIA cards are in the appropriate card slot in the RSP, you should be all done. I had to do this a few months ago. We are running RPR+ for redundancy. There was no down time during this swap. You do not need to swap back to RSP 2 as your active unless you so choose. That's the beauty of this redundant processor router.
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