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remove fuse panel on side of dash take two screws out remove light swich if pull type push spring trowds the front of the switch and pull the knob off if pus type remove panle it snaps into place and remove screws for dim switch
Yours is leaking from the round side servo cover. A quick fix for someone that knows the correct way to put them in. It is held in by a snap ring and a big spring is underneath it pushing it out. So it must be pressed down to remove and replace the snap ring. A common problem for these vehicles. They will drip on the edge of the pan and make it look like it is leaking.
Common problem for this vehicle. It is a servo cover and is held in with a snap ring. It has a spring under it pushing it out against the snap ring. You may try a honda dealer as a passport is the same as a rodeo. You may also get the part from a transmission parts supplier also. The fluid will have to be pumped in from the bottom of the pan to refill.
no no you are not getting ripped off what he say is true they do have to be fitted in pairs if you replace one it puts pressure on the one that has not been changed it can effect handling of car to in my job i come across this a lot saab is bad for snapping coil springs as for saab gb you could try but i dont think they will be interested sorry to say
I had the same problem - driver side fine, passenger side front not working/slow or the back seat. You need to replace the window motor on the passenger side. Yes, there are two motors. It's pretty simple if you are handy with some tools. The hardest part is getting the 4 mounts that hold the window motor to the door off. The are factory riveted to the door, so I had to grind the outsides off and tap them out. Just watch the spring lever that holds the window bar for going up and down. I didn't pay attention and it snapped back - nearly broke my thumb.
I spoke with the Saab dealer whom sold me the springs last March, he told me there is an ongoing problem with many owners having to change springs, I have bought 2 x new springs and had them fitted total costs incl repair of damaged tyre £450, I will not be as originally planning purchasing another Saab, after sales are poor and excuses unacceptable when requested they honour warranty.
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1.Remove the suction pipe and the O-ring from the oil pump. 2.Remove the rear cover with the gasket and pins.3.Remove the cam ring.4.Remove the rotor and vanes.5.Remove the front side plate. 6.Remove the inner and outer O-ring.7.Remove the spring.When assembling, use a new gasket and O-ring. 8.Remove the pulley nut with the spring washer.9.Pull off the pulley and the woodruff key.10.Remove the snap ring using snap ring pliers.11.Drive out the pulley shaft with the bearing. If necessary, use plastic hammer
Remove the plastic access panel by pressing down on the tab at the top of the penel and pulling the top of the panel towards the engine and off. Needle nose pliers may help with the next steps to remove the spring clips. There are 2 bulbs, the top large bulb is the low beam. To remove it, first remove the socket attached to it, then press the top of the metal spring clip towards the front of the car and towards the passenger side (look closely at the clip to see the latch holding it. The clip then swings back towards the engine. Remove the old bulb, install the new bulb, replace the spring clip, re-connect the socket. (Don't touch the bulb, if you do clean it off with a lint free cloth and alcohol). To replace the lower bulb (parking light), remove the socket, then release the lower end of the spring clip, look closely and you'll see the latch holding it. You have to press it towards the front of the car and swing it towards the passenger side. It will swing up and release the bulb. Replace with new bulb, replace spring clip, connect socket. Don't forget to replace the plastic cover panel by inserting the bottom tabs into the sockets and snapping it closed at the top by pressing it towards the front of the car.