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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel Filter
It is underneath the vehicle on the same side as the fuel cap along the side here is a picture
of what it looks like so you know what you are looking for. thank you for choosing FixYa.com
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Standing out side the car, reach in and push the horn pad. Do you hear a click under the hood?
If not, check your fuse. If the fuse is good, check the relay.
If you do hear the click, your horns have likely failed. You can check for 12 volts with a multimeter or test light on the horn wire when the pad is depressed to verify.
If the relay and fuse check out OK and you still do not have power at the horn wires, your pad may have failed or the wire has come loose from it. This is an airbag component and should not be disassembled without familiarity with airbag systems..
If you do have 12 volts at the wire with the pad depressed, replace your horns.
One horn is located below the drivers headlight.
The other horn is near the firewall on the passenger side.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
There are only V6 endeavors in the US, are you certain you do not have a 3.8L V6?
Bank 1 refers to the side of the engine that contains cylinder number 1. This is the side of the engine nearest the firewall.
Sensor 1 refers to the first sensor off the manifold, or closest to the engine.
This also is the O2 sensor that is located before the catalytic converter in the manifold. Sensor 2 is located after the catalytic converter, further down below the car.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
Maybe try alldata.com, because on my online resource for the 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor, there is no information on body work.
One could get the part from the salvage yard and look for the bolts like one would do for a GM car
One may have to remove some plastic parts to get at the fasteners.
Also, if there are cables for moving the mirror from the inside, then that should be considered, as well.
Also, if the mirror is heated, that should be considered.
(I got this off of Wiki Answers)
Very easily. Open the door, find two rubber circular boots right behind the
mirror. Take them off to expose the 2 bolts that hold the mirror on. Take the
bolts out and unplug the wire. Reverse these steps to install, hole this
There are three small bolts holding the driver's side mirror on. Two can be
accessed by opening door and removing the two circular rubber boots seen on the
upper end of the door . To access the third bolt you will need to remove the
door panel. you will need a forked driver to help remove the door panel. It can
be bought at any auto parts store. It has a flat Y shaped head that can be
inserted along the lateral and bottom edge of the door panel to pop it way from
the door frame. There are three screws holding the door panel on. Two under the
door handle and one behind the door latch. Then the door lifts up and off. Make
sure you have the window down before you take the panel off because you cannot
access the third bolt unless it is. You will have to unplug the electrical
connects that power the controls on the door handle to completely remove the
door panel. After you remove the panel there will be a hole in the upper right
hand door frame, possibly covered by a black patch. Beneath this is the third
bolt. you will also need to disconnect the light from inside the door frame
before you will be able pull the mirror off. There is a large rubber boot oval
shaped that you can pull out and you will see the electrical connection for the
mirror inside the hole on the right.
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you for the tip... I'll try to work it out....but after taking the two bolts from inner side of the door ..the mirror didnt even move..."
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