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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: window winder handle
the window winder consists of two parts - the handle part and the round part. if you look at the round part, you will see that it consists of two parts. the bottom part can in actual fact be pushed forward (this is the part closest to the door panel). if you push this forward it will un click and you can remove it.
hope this helps
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
SOURCE: window winder removal
Manual winders are all the same (in my experience)... so this should apply to you:
You need to push back on the door-skin so that you can access a small bronze/silver clip that holds the winder onto the teeth of the mechanism.
I find that a medium-sized flat-head screwdriver is great for pushing that clip off... it's basically a "U" shape, but with a few divets in it. You want to look, then wind the handle until you have one of the points of the "U" facing you at the top. Push it down with the flat-side of the screwdriver, and it should go flying off like an elastic band into the nearest storm-water drain...
My advice: don't do it over your lawn or storm-water drain if you want to find it again!
After that spring-clip-thing is off, the handle just slides off the shaft without any effort. =-]
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
timing cover has marks on it,line it up with pulley,remove pulley and cover,check to see if any marks on camshaft.un do tensioner.to be sure make your own marks
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
The warning light has two states. A blinking light indicates a critical
problem with gaseous emissions from the engine that is likely to cause
permenant damage to the engine, exhaust sytem or catalytic converter. A
blinking light must be remedied immediately, and the car should not be
driven in this state, at the risk of causing serious and permenant
damage to the engine, exhaust and/or catalytic converter. Repairing or
replacing these parts can be extremely expensive. A reputable garage or
a Vauxall/Opel garage should be able to diagnose and repair the
A solid (unblinking) light indicates a non-critical fault in the emmisions exhaust system. Many faults are covered by this light including failures in emssions sensors, temperature sensors and a variety of other parts. This usually results in a higher than average amount of environmentally harmful pollutants being expelled from the car, loss of power and/or gradual damage to the engine, exhaust and catalytic converter. While the car can still be driven with a non-critical emmisions problem, it is highly recommended that the fault is diagnosed and repaired at a reputable garage or Vauxhall/Opel garage.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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