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first you will need to remove the belt. then you might have to remove the electric fan. (depending on what engine you have) then you will need remove the bolt from the harmonic balancer. i think its a 21 mm. then you need to get a harmonic balancer pulley puller. you can rent one at your local auto parts store. install the puller and remove the harmonic balancer. then put new one on by using the bolt. reinstall all components in reverse. this one is pretty easy to do. please rate thank you.
Disconnect the negative"-" battery cable from the battery. Remove two mounting screws before disconnecting the wires, this will allow easier access to the wiring. Spray a fair amount of penetrating oil on all the wiring terminals and let them soak for about ten minutes. Remove the wires and make a small diagram in order to remember their placement upon reinstallation. That's it, reverse the removal instructions for installation Thank you, Dana P.S. It may be necessary to remove the sarter from the top end of the engine due to interference from exhaust or steering linkages, but normally they will come out from the bottom. Thank you, Dana
jack up the rear of the car remove wheels and tires, remove the two caliper bolts, remove old brake pads, using a c clamp push each piston the the caliper bake in install new pads, reinstall caliper install wheels and tires lower the jack and your done
caliper bolts are torque head bolts be sure to have the proper size before trying to change the brakes
No Manual BUT I can tell you that All Door Pannels are attached By A Combo of SNAP Fasteners And Hidden Screws, Most Parts Stores Have the Tool Cor Pannel Removal"SNAPS" And If you LOOK VeryHard the Screws Can Be Found Some are Covered By Small Plastic Covers Witch a Flathead Screwdriver will Remove.
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Typaclly if you purchased the faceplate install kit, and harness kit, the install will be very easy. You will also get a set of instructions for each kit.
The first hurtle you will have to leap will be removing the old radio, this requires a set of removal tools that fit into the four holes in the face plate of the stock radio. This set may include 2 to 4 tools to put into the holes to unlock the unit, once you have it out, install your harness kit, faceplate and stereo.