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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No special tools are required in order to replace your belt. Your vehicle is equipped with a serpentine belt system which means that it uses one big belt to drive all of the accessories. With that being said, all you have to do is place the closed end of a wrench (not sure exactly what size) over the bolt on the front of the tensioner pulley and use it as a lever to push the tensioner away from the belt. once the tension is relieved continue to hold the wrench in place and use your free hand to pull the belt away from the tensioner pulley. After the belt is clear of the pulley slowly let off on the wrench and remove the belt from the remaining pullies. Reverse the process to reinstall the new belt.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
If you have disc brakes then all you need is a c-clamp to compress the brake caliper. If you have drum brakes then you really need to purchase a pair of brake pliers and pair of small vise grip pliers or tool to re-install your retainer springs. It isn't very expensive for either and not hard to change your own brakes. Just do one at a time and don't take everything off of both sides in case you have to look at the other side to see how things go back together. You will have to jack up one side at a time to take the tire off.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
There are two hoses that come from the radiator. The very bottom hose is conneted to the thermostat housing. Looking at the car from the front under the hood just below the first hose is another one same in diameter and there it is two bolts and you done.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
the shift lever solenoid is going bad, you didnt mention if it was a column shifter lever or console shifter so i cant tell you how to bypass it, same problem with my chevy,hope this helps, you may need to get this done by a dealer or honest mechanic, if you can find 1, but im sure it will help you out if you look like you know what your talking about, im sure this is your problem! good luck
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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