Question about 2004 Pontiac Vibe
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here's the part I think people are wanting to know-- it's what I was looking for and unable to find. The 'Trick' to removing that panel! :)
Here's what you need to know:
There are 3 clips holding the panel in place along the long edge nearest the window (top)-- one about an inch in on each end and one in the center. There are 3 more 'hinges' on the panel's long edge nearest the bumper (bottom) when the door is closed. There are no clips on the short sides.
To open the panel, simply use a utility knife to slide behind the panel on either short side near the 'top' and pry slightly. It may be good to have a flathead screwdriver to slip behind the panel and slowly pry along the top edge (nearest the window still!). Once you have those three clips loose, the panel will fold down like an oven door and the bottom 3 'hinges' will lift right out.
Took about 5 minutes to complete the lamp changes once I got in there! Oh, and I hope you have small hands or thin pliers! Not much room in there!
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
My 2005 Vibe did the same thing it was the heater resistor. It is located to on the firewall behind the glove box on the lower left side of the blower assembly. Two 5.5mm screws hold it in place (1/4 inch socket works too). I used a socket attached to a socket swivel to replace mine in under 10 minutes. Heater now works as good as new. I purchase mine online for $30 from rockauto.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
will have to remove the door panel unless it has a small piece in the upper corner by the mirror. should have three 10mm nuts that hold it on.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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No belt. Lucky you. It's a good idea to have someone check the timing chain at 100k and every 20k thereafter. If your mileage is niceley below 100k, that gives you lots of time to find an honest mechanic.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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