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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you run a flat blade (like a putty knife) along the bottom of the seat on each side you will feel a steel spring retainer, these loop over a sheet-metal "catch" to release them once u located the seat retainer's push very hard and fast in the front of the seat at the bottom lip while lifting up, this releases the seat. It can be very difficult and does require a fair amount of arm power, hit with the palm of your hand, be careful not to break your hand
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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the first thing to do is to make sure the steering is not binding up,like a balljoint or tierod , un hook the tierods and feel the turn of the wheel at the wheel not the steering wheel, make sure its not thight do the same on the other side,also take a good look at the shaft going to steering gear,ive found that the ujoints rust up and bind,causes wheel not to return, it could also be a leaking rack internally,start there, good luck.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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SOURCE: how do i remove air
the clock spring is a way to allow wiring to go through and turn around the column without out damage. the cruise, lights, air bag and horn all goes through the clock spring, and that sounds like the clock spring broke.
* ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHEN SERVICING AN AIR BAG VEHICLE AND WHEN HANDLING AN AIR BAG.
* CARRY A LIVE AIR BAG MODULE WITH THE AIR BAG AND TRIM COVER POINTED AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. THIS WILL REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT.
* DO NOT SET A LIVE AIR BAG MODULE DOWN WITH THE TRIM COVER FACE DOWN.
* AFTER DEPLOYMENT, THE AIR BAG SURFACE MAY CONTAIN DEPOSITS OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE, A PRODUCT OF THE GAS GENERANT COMBUSTION THAT IS IRRITATING TO THE SKIN. WASH YOUR HANDS WITH SOAP AND WATER AFTER HANDLING A DEPLOYED AIR BAG.
* NEVER PROBE THE CONNECTORS ON THE AIR BAGS. DOING SO CAN RESULT IN AIR BAG DEPLOYMENT WHICH CAN RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.
* AIR BAG MODULES WITH DISCOLORED OR DAMAGED COVERS OR DEPLOYMENT DOORS MUST BE REPLACED, NOT REPAINTED.
* VEHICLE SENSOR ORIENTATION IS CRITICAL FOR PROPER SYSTEM OPERATION. IF A VEHICLE EQUIPPED WITH AN AIR BAG SYSTEM IS INVOLVED IN A COLLISION, INSPECT THE SENSOR MOUNTING BRACKET AND WIRING PIGTAIL FOR DEFORMATION. IF DAMAGED, THE SENSOR MUST BE REPLACED WHETHER OR NOT THE AIR BAG IS DEPLOYED.
* TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY, THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY MUST BE DEPLETED BEFORE REPAIRING OR REPLACING ANY AIR BAG SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) COMPONENTS. TO DEPLETE THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY ENERGY, DISCONNECT THE BATTERY GROUND CABLE AND WAIT ONE MINUTE. BE SURE TO DISCONNECT AUXILIARY BATTERIES AND POWER SUPPLIES (IF SO EQUIPPED).
1. Remove the battery negative ground cable 15 minutes before starting work
NOTE: Make sure the front wheels are in the straight-ahead position.
2. Remove the driver side air bag module. (4 screws at back of the airbag)
3. Disconnect the speed control electrical connector.
4. Remove the steering wheel retaining bolt.
5. Install the Steering Wheel Puller and remove the steering wheel. Route the airbag sliding contact wire harness through steering wheel. CAUTION: To prevent damage, make sure air bag sliding contact wire harness does not get caught on steering wheel when lifting off.
Follow the removal procedure in reverse order.
NOTE: A repair is made by replacement only. If a part is replaced and the new part does not correct the condition. install the original part and perform the diagnostic procedure again
1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
2. Remove the steering wheel.
3. Remove the two lower instrument panel insulator retaining screws.
4. Remove the courtesy light and place the lower instrument panel insulator out of the way.
5. Remove the two instrument panel steering column cover retaining screws and place the instrument panel steering column cover out of way.
6. Remove the steering column shroud.
1. Remove the steering column shroud retaining screws.
2. Separate the upper and lower halves of the steering column shroud and place out of way.
7. Working under the steering column, disconnect the three electrical connectors at the junction box and one electrical connector at the steering column potentiometer.
8. Release the three plastic clips retaining the multi-function switch to the steering column.
9. Remove the multi-function switch, air bag sliding contact and the electrical connector junction box as an assembly from the steering column.
10. Separate the air bag sliding contact from the multi-function switch.
1. Disconnect the electrical connector from the multi-function switch.
2. Release the four plastic clips retaining the air bag sliding contact to the multi-function switch, remove the air bag sliding contact and the wire harness.
1. Follow the removal procedure in reverse order. WARNING
o ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHEN REPAIRING AN AIR BAG SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) VEHICLE AND WHEN HANDLING AN AIR BAG MODULE.
o CARRY A LIVE AIR BAG MODULE WITH THE AIR BAG AND DEPLOYMENT DOOR POINTED AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. THIS WILL REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT.
o NEVER PROBE THE CONNECTORS ON THE AIR BAG MODULE. DOING SO CAN RESULT IN AIR BAG DEPLOYMENT, WHICH CAN RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.
NOTE: A repair is made by replacement only. If a part is replaced and the new part does not correct the condition, install the original part and perform the diagnostic procedure again.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
You need your owners manual, to reset what ever you lost
on the radio
I don't believe the wheel controls were lost
Check the radio to see if you have things set the way you want
There won't be anything you do for the wheel buttons
just the radio
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
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