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Feel like ur on a school bus the rear end
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you reset the computer by disconect neg battery cable for about 2min reconnect start engine drive it for about three blocks if that does not work when they put you tires on they might of broke the air level senser
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
If the 2005 Montana is similar to the 2001 Montana, I have a solution. First you'll need a hexagonal wrench (the 6-sided L-shaped wrench). The tail light assembly is held on by two screws. You'll need the hexagonal wrench to remove them, because a normal screwdriver won't do it. I also had to use a conventional adjustable wrench to get the leverage to turn the hexagonal wrench, because the screws were in there pretty tight. Once you remove the two screws, the whole tail light assembly should come off. Mine required a little force and I had to play with it a bit, but it came off without a lot of work. There will be one set of wires that connects the tail light assembly to the rest of the minivan--try not to damage that set of wires. Once you get the tail light assembly off, you'll have to take apart the assembly that actually holds the lights. No tools should be required. It's held on by four plastic catches. Just undo the catches (easier said than done, but still not too tough) and it comes apart. Then you can pop out the old light and pop in the new light. Then re-assemble. For me, it went back together much easier than it came apart.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
When you purchase a wiper blade, the step-by-step instructions are included in the package. It will be a matter of carefully pulling up and out, then reverse the steps to install.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The best way I can suggest is --
Us a long extention on the ratchet.. Also - use a unaversal joint just before the socket end.. Or maybe a combination of few shorter extentions combined with the univeral joint in between the extentions.. Th idea is to get the lenth and angle - to get the socket on the plug.. The universal for the ratchet will give you much much more ability to reach in tough places.. This little tool has been a life saver for me countless times !! ;o)
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Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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