Question about 2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the clips that secure the top of the radiator grille. Pry up the center piece and pull up the clip to remove it. There are 5 screws on the bottom of the grille piece that you have to take out. BE VERY CAREFUL with the grille when pulling it out as it idoesn't take alot of force to break it. Next undo the screws that secure the headlight housing (3 total), there is also something called a guide pin on the housing. Detach the connector from the bracket by squeezing the lock tip with pliers. That should give you complete access to the lamps inside the housing.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
you first need to remove the big nut that is holding the wheel on the side that you are trying to replace first you must buy the right sized socket thet will fit the nut the while the vehicle is still on the ground take the hub cap off and the cater pin out and then put the socket on the nut using a halt inch tourge ratchet loosen and remove the nut then jack your vehicle up and remove the wheel and the bolts that are holdung the hub and then with a pickle fork that is the tool used for removing tie rod ends that is connected to your stirring and then after that remove your axle and then reverse the procces to put ti back together.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
if the brake pads were worn enough or if the caliper was stuck then it would have generated enormous amounts of heat, causing the wheel the stick to the rotor. when I have had this problem I put the lug nuts back on the lugs 2 or 3 turns and tap on them with a hammer, this usually breaks the wheel loose.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
I don't recall but some cars you need to remove the whole light or the inner guard etc... so it is possible. the best way to find out is to google it
Posted on Jun 27, 2012
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