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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hood latch won't release
This has happened to me several times, this will take two people, but all you need to do is have one person pull the hood release, while person number 2 pushes down on the hood, and then pulls up...that ought to do the trick
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Usually once the boot is torn, dirt goes in, and all of the lubricant goes out. If you have been driving it this way, it will damage things faster. Normally you hear a "click" when turning out of a bad cv joint.It is a safer solution to just replace both, but of coarse, not cheaper.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Testimonial: "so i should replace both AXLES or both BOOTS? "
I had the same problem on a 2008 Civic. It turns out it was a poor wiring harness design. The harness was being pinched as the trunk lid opens and closes. In the wire bundle, there is a crimp connector where 3 wires connects to 1 wire. The 1 wire in the crimp came loose. I reconnected everything with a new crimp connector, taped up the wire loom, and everything worked once again.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
SOURCE: replace the blower motor.
Under the glove box:
Disconnect the blower motor power transistor electric connector (the transistor is far over to the left, with a curly wire coming down to it.)
Remove the blower motor power transistor mounting screws the remove the transistor.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor (slightly to the right of the motor).
Remove the blower motor mounting screws and then remove the blower motor assembly.
(there are, I believe, 3 screws; 1 just below the connector; 1 above the connector, higher up, and slightly to the left; and 1 over to the left of the blower motor)
Remove the circlip from the blower motor shaft to release the fan from the motor.
Installation is reverse.
Hope this helps you deal with it.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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