Question about 2006 Saturn ION
Cant seem to get the belt back on the alternator once it is remounted
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are clips holding the door panel around the edges. to remove the clips, use a small screwdriver to feel for them, then use another one to pull the panel on the other side. Pull outward from both sides of the clip until it comes loose. Do this repeatedly, and then loosen and remove the arm rest.
Pull the window up and have a helper hold it as you work it back into the track.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
the filter should be a cartridge type located underneath the enginecover plastic.it is usually on the right side of engine bay near the front of car.It will have a black plastic hex on the housing it is 1"and a quarter big and probably has a torque spec written on it something like 18 n-m or something.Hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Make sure the radio is on to set the clock. Then with the radio on, press the clock button. The field you will be setting will flash (hour, ect). Just turn the tuner dial while this is flashing. Then when you have it set how you want, press the clock button again. The next field will flash and you do the same thing. When it is all set, just don't touch anything. It will take the new info you have put in after several seconds. Need a Rocket Scientist degree for this clock!
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
The remote won't ework because the problem is in the vehicle. Just for test purposes and possible remedy. Remove and clean the negative battery cable. Ensure a clean , tight connection. Then find the body ground. Yhis ground is locted usually at the top rear of the engine. .I's a snall stainless steel strap bolted to the engine and fire wall, This must olsobe clean with a good contack. Might as well clean the + cable and connection on the battery while you are there. Good luck and keep me posted olease. Good Luck, Ned_
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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