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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your steering column has a plate with 4 inverted torx fasteners I believe they are e8 fasteners, you must remove the upper tilt flange to gain access to these bolts , a few special tools will be needed : Pivot pin puller , steering wheel puller , lockplate depresser to name 3. the job takes about 1.5 hours to complete. hope this helps a little.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
SOURCE: chevy steering wheel controls
You first have to disarm and remove the air bag (unscrews with bolts from behind the steering wheel) and then you will see the screws for the switches. Only the silverado awitches will work.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: replace door skin on 1996 camaro
on our camaro it has plastic retainers on bottom remove with a small pry bar one at a time going from one sode to the other and remove arm rest and on some the door lock knob on top of door and it should come off by pullin up on it with window down
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
2006 Pontiac Vibe Car Light Bulb Size Chart
Low Beam Headlight Bulb Size: 9003/HB2
High Beam Headlamp Light Bulb Size: 9003/HB2
Parking Light Bulb Size: 1157A
Front Turn Signal Light Bulb Size: 1157A
Rear Turn Signal Light Bulb Size: 7440
Tail Light Bulb Size: 7443
Stop Light Bulb Size: 7443
High Mount Stop Light Bulb Size: 921
Fog/Driving Light Bulb Size: 9006
License Plate Light Bulb Size: 168
Back Up Light Bulb Size: 7440
Dome Light Bulb Size: DE3175
Step/Courtesy Light Bulb Size: DE3175
Heres the shifter:
Push The little plastic cover up:
Put your finger under the plastic cover:
And simply pop it off (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif) :
And there's the bulb, you'll probably need tweezers to get it off:
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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On most early U.S. cars the horn button only provides a ground for the horn relay , which is located on the firewall under the master cylinder , if you can gain access to the back side of the horn button I would ground the wire to see if your horn honks . If not check for power at the horn relay . I would invest in an assembly manual/ service manual from any of the many camaro restoration companies as it could provide insight on future problems
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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