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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dipstick, oil filler , filter etc are under the passengers front seat.
If you lift the carpet immediately in front of the seat, you will see a pair of clips holding down the seat, unlatch them and lift the seat ( in some models they hide a clip in the centre console).
The brake fluid is under a cover in the dash.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
Try this website for resolving car problems by downloading a FREE
service manual for your vehicle. This is not an owners manual but a
factory mechcanic's manual.
Posted on May 01, 2010
SOURCE: airbag light on
You have 2 separate problems. If the airbag light is on, then the control unit needs to be serviced. You will need to read the code from your diagnostic port. After that, replace the component indicated by the code.
The brake light could be low fluid in the reservoir or an indication that the emergency brake cable has stretched and you no longer get enough tension to operate the switch. Check the reservoir first. If that does not fix it, play with the emergency brake to see if you can get the light to go off. If you can, then you need to find the adjuster on the cable and tighten it.
Posted on Apr 06, 2012
I actually find that the Hand Break light flickers on and off when turning the vehicle due to a diminishing level of break fluid in the break fluid container. When turning corners the fluid in the container swashes back and forth causing the float inside to move up and down (and on moving down indicates a low level of break fluid and thus switches on the indicator). If you simply keep the break fluid container topped up, this problem goes away.
Posted on Sep 07, 2012
SOURCE: airbag light is continously on
Air Bags are most likely turned off,do you
want to use it like that?
Need to have the SRS (supplemental restraint system) diagnosed
& repaired,just the same as any other time you have
had a check light on.
Posted on Sep 26, 2012
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