We have a Century bassinet #10-450WEF. Most of the white eyelet fabric comes off and washes nicely. The fabric that covers the hood doesn't come off. I can disconnect the hood from the bassinet, but the ribs of the hood don't appear to have any way of disconnecting them to remove the fabric. HELP! I need some directions with lots of visuals......or a way to get the manual for this bassinet.
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battery and large wire eyelet w/fusible links on it, both go to large stud on solenoid. purple wire w/small eyelet goes on small stud, should have a S near proper small stud. do this with battery dissconnected
1. the washer fluid jets are plugged possibly and will not allow fluid to discharge. Take a small wire or needle and stick into the jet end where the fluid comes out and it should spray after that if that is the issue. 2. the lines coming from the washer pump could be broken or cut open. Remove the line at the back of the spray jet either at the hood or at the wiper arm, then attempt to spray the wiper fluid. If it does not spray then there is an open/broken line coming from the washer pump or the pump may have a problem. If fluid is coming out of the line, the jet again is plugged up. Also check to see that fluid is going into the washer pump (locating the pump and getting to it is sometimes not so easy depending on where the mfg put the pump).
Has the car been in an accident? The fuel pump/sender in the tank often breaks loose in an accident and is then inaccruate and can wash back and forth with the fuel, taking off and slowing down. Other things are bad grounds, check bolts and/or clean grounds, alll over.
First off, get a second opinion from another windshield replacement company. I've hada couple of windshields removed to reseal and they never broke it taking it out. Before that, wait for a nice day, and hit the windshield with a water hose. Have someone sit inside the truck and watch for a leak. A car wash is good too because they use high pressure water to wash it and high pressure air to dry it. Another piece of advise, make sure your cowl is clean. Open the hood, and look back where the wipers are. If theres a lot of leaves or other debris, that will also cause water to back up and make its way into the truck. Good luck.
You have to start taking stuff apart to get to the hood latch. This might have to include removing body parts to get to the latch. You might be able t move the latch with a long long screw driver to pry it open. The latch itself . Do not try an pry the hood open you will only ruin the paint job and your screw driver.