Question about 1992 GMC Sonoma
i have a guy staying with me and he is to help with stuff.
i have a 1996 gmc sanoma s 10 we have the bults out and everything but i dont know how to get the nose out please help!!! give step by step inst. b/c he is trying to get out of fixing my truck
Read your complaint and refphrase it a bit clearer. I get is "bults? meaning bolts? what do you mean by "nose" out? I got the part where he doesn't want to help I'm sorry, you are trying to pull the starter, you have the bolts out. Is the starter loose? Stop there and make sure your battery negative is disconnected. This is a must. OK, the starter should just come straight out. It can be tilted if need be but remember the wires are still connected. Thode you can disconnect once the starter is out far enough to see the wires. Try to remember wher the small wire(s) go, The big one is a given.Let me know when you get your replacement sttarter. If he doesn't want to help , what does he want?.
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Flasher units are always in one of 2 places, under glove box on pass side or in loom under steering wheel close to fuse panel.
On Sonoma it is under the lower dash panel, just to the left of the cigarette lighter. To get to it you must remove the ashtray. Then remove screws holding the plastic panel that is below the dashboard. You will see two round "can " shaped flasher units. The one on the right is for the signal lights. The one on the left is for the emergency flashers.
1 hex nut under ashtray and 2 torx to left of that. No need to completely remove the lower dash panel you took the screws out of. Just bend it down a little to get your hand in. You will see the 2 flasher pods.
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