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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Front fender removal
Hiya... here's the details of fender removal/installation:
the left-side (same for right-side) fender has 6 bolts attached to the "sidebody" frame.
The bolt location:
3 are on the top fender-easy to find when hood is open,
1 is hidden at the rear of top inner fender-just open the left-front door wide to find it (early equinoxes had foam-like noise absorber material in it, just remove it from underneath fender after the wheelwell liner is removed),
1 bolt is hidden at bottom of front fender area at headlight/bumper area-you need to remove plastic wheelwell liner to gain access,
1 bolt is hidden at bottom of rear fender area where the black plastic rocker panel meets below the fender...
THIS area is probably the most difficult task to do since it requires you to remove a small bolt found on the front of rocker panel behind the front-left wheel then use a flat screwdriver or clip removal tool to pry open the black plastic **clip's 'dime-sized' head prior to pull out the clip's body (it has 8 clips underneath the chassis) then use your hands to grasp the rocker panel underneath, pull it down-toward you...this should do it....USE CARE during rocker panel and clip removal/installation so you don't break the clips!
It also has yellow plastic clips inside the rocker panel (used as a guide during installation into rocker sill holes-use caution not to break it)
**note: early equinoxes had rocker panel clips that you can actually pull it out from the hole, while later equinoxes has 'built-in' clips inside rocker panels that you don't see the clip heads below it due to engineering part design change**
Be sure to exercise care when handing this task!
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: Pontiac Grand Prix 98
When the window is not used often or gets a little older the motor can "Hang Up" You might try having someone hold the down switch on the drivers door while you slam the door. This will sometimes jar the motor enough to make the brushes contact and start working.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
SOURCE: What is the easiest way
remove the splashsheild on fender first/remove bolt at fender 10mm then take out the bolts on the apron and then open the door you will find a bolt there and one at the bottom of fender at rocker /thats it please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
U NEED TO TAKE YOUR FINDERWELL OUT FRIST ON THAT SIDE THIN OPEN HOOD THE BOLTS R RIGHT AT THE TOP WERE YOUR HOOD FITS THE FINDER SHOULD BEE ABOUT SIX OR SO NOTE THE FINDER WELL IS THE UNDER NEATH PART OF YOUR FENDER U MAY WONNA REMOVE YOUR PARKING LIGHT FOR THAT SIDE JUST TO MAKE SURE U DONT BRAKE IT AND JUST BELOW THE MARKER LIGHT SHOULD BEE A FENDER BRACE REMOVE IT ALSO ITS LIKE A SHORT METTEL BAR ALL BOLTS SHOULD BEE 1/2 INCH GOOD LUCK AND RATE THIS PLEASE
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Jack the van up, remove the tire. Then you will see the caliper. There will be 2 bolts that hold it on to the rotor. Remove the bolts and pry it off with a screw driver or what ever works. Then disconnect the break line from the caliper. After you get the new one use a c-clamp to press the piston down into the caliper and install the brake pads. Bolt the caliper back into place and install the line. Loosen up the bleed valve on the caliper 1/2 turn and have someone pump the breaks until no air bubbles come out. Once you have a smooth stream of brake fluid coming out the valve have that person pump once more and hold the pedal all the way to the floor. Then tighten the valve.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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