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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a little cubby by the drivers left knee pull the cubby out a fuse pannel is located behind that cubby, change the "ACC" fuse which should be a 15 amp fuse
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
you connect it at the fuse box at the kick panel on the driver side beneath the steering wheel there you will find the fuse box the diagram is on the back of the fuse cover you can connect it there or if you have a wiere harness for an after market stereo than it should be there it's usually a blue wire
Posted on May 15, 2009
1st ...that should be covered under 6 year 50k power train warranty from the dealer.
But if your over....you need to unbolt the right side motor mount (on the water pump side) and lift the engine some with a floor jack to get clearance,
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: Warning lights won't go off.
You need to have a code scanner hooked to the car to find out why the lights are on, if there is an auto zone or advanced auto near you, go there and ask them if they can hook one up, or call around to see who can do it.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
I just looked at my '04 xB. It looks very straight forward.
loosen the bolt that holds the alternator to the bracket.
carefully slide the alt to the bottom. (Also be aware of the plug and wires on the alt.They should never hold the weight of the alternator. You dont want them breaking prematurely.)
Pull the belt off, remove the belt from the crank shaft pulley.
Do the reverse, and you will have replaced the belt.
Make sure to check the belt in about a week or so.
New belts will stretch over time. Make sure you keep the tension tight enough to work correctly, but not so tight that the alernator shaft is warped.
I usually place the new belt on both pulleys and give a good "medium" pull on the alt while tightening. Find the middle of the belt and squeeze them together, depending on the type and length of the belt, there should be about 1/4" of flex on both sides.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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