I'm replacing seats in my '01 Rio with the seats from my '04 Rio parts car, and can't seem to find a socket that fits the bolts perfectly. Does anybody know the size of the nuts that hold the front seats to the bolt in the floor?
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Key turning in the lock does not necessarily indicate it is working. You will have to remove the inside panel to get access to these parts. There are different ways in which a key lbock serves to prevent the latch from working. Most likely, the key operates a rod to the latch (if the key socket is seperate from the latch. If the key socket is within the handle, then probably you will have to drill out the key hole from the outside that should free up the latch. Then you will have to get a replacement latch and key section. Most of this becomes evident by observing the mechanism from the inside of the car. Depending on how tight the passenger seat is relative to the door panel, you may have to remove the seat. Even if you send up going to a locksmith, removing the inside parts will speed up his operation and save money.
Open up the rear doors and reach in between the seam between the top of the back seat and the bottom. Unbolt the lower seat cushion from the chassis using the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Pull the bottom cushion away from the chassis and set it outside the vehicle.
2Open the gas door and remove the gas cap. Unbolt the silver fuel pump cover from the chassis using the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Unplug the electrical connection to the fuel pump with your hands. Put the key in the ignition and attempt to start the car. If it starts, allow it to run until the engine dies. Then remove the key from the ignition.
Disconnect the fuel line connections to the fuel pump, using a pair of pliers. Then pull the fuel pump and bracket assembly out of the gas tank. Pull the stock seal off the gas tank with your hands. Set a replacement seal onto the tank, then install the replacement fuel pump in the tank. Reconnect the fuel lines to the fuel pump, using the pliers.
4Connect the electrical connection to the fuel pump, using your hands. Then bolt the silver cover to the chassis with the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Reinstall the rear seat cushion, using the ratchet
It is in the middle of the back seat under the lower section of the seat. You have to remove the back seat ower section and you will see it. I would replace it instead of cleaning it since you are already there. Plus if it is doing this it will probably go out completely anyway according to the mechanics I have talked to.