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This is not a DIY. Brakes are very important life or death issues. Take to your dealer, or your reliable Brake repair shop.
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First off, you want to drain the coolant until it is at a level below the heater core. Then you want to remove your glovebox screws and the entire assembly. It may be necessary to remove the far right passenger side kneepad retaining bolt/nut.Disconnect all vacuum and electricle connections.It's a very good idea to take some digital pix during the process to assure proper reassembly.Remove both heater hoses keeping track of which went where. Back inside look around for all the housing bolts for the heater/ airflow control box.If you have AC it is not necessary to discharge the system.Remove all the housing bolts(some may be attached from the outside. I cannot, from here explain the location of each bolt, you'll have to keep looking until you find them all.I did neglect to mention to remove any cable driven door connectors also, if it is so equipt. Put an old towel on the floor of the vehicle because there is inevitably going to be a spill of coolant. When the housing is completely free "roll" it out from under the dash as far as posible and you'll see the heater core opening cover. It will have the two hose tubes sticking out, you couldn't miss it if you closed your eyes...lol Remove the 5-6 screws and slide the core upwards. You'll know how to reassemble the unit by using your pix as a reference. Good luck my friend, I hope this was as helpful as needed. Dana
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
If not in fuse panel, take ash tray out, unscrew ash tray assembly and pull out. The flasher is on the right side of the ash tray right up front.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
SOURCE: Replacing a starter
I would drive car onto ramps or raise front end on jack stands. 1st take out the two hex head screws that hold on the plastic cover between starter and motor. I had to use a pair of large pliers to pull cover down, you have to pull hard. Then you can see the two bolts that hold starter on. They might be very tight or rusted. I had to use a 1/2 drive breaker bar to break mine loose. The front bolt will be easy but the back bolt is difficult. You will probably need flex-socket. I ended up putting a 1/2 " drive breaker bar onto a 3/8 drive flex-socket with an adapter. This back bolt is about 5" long and difficult to remove even after it is out of the threads. Now take off the two wires that are on the terminals on the back of starter. You will need a 8mm wrench or socket for the small one. You may have to try several ways to remove the starter after it is loose. You then reverse the process This is a fairly difficult job and I do not know if you can do it without a flex-socket for the back bolt..
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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