Question about Chevrolet Silverado
Can't find any screws in sunglass compartment and sfraid to pull down too hard on that compartment. Is there any screws?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are only two screws to contend with but they are behind the homelink module. To remove the homelink module you're going to use a butter knife. The blade on a butter knife is smooth and if you can find one without any teeth on it, all the better. Stick the knife into the gap between the homelink module and the left side of console housing and pry down on the homelink module. Repeat for the right side and the homelink module should pop out. Once it's out of the way, remove the two screws that hold the console housing to the roof. Now that those screws are removed all that remains is to grab ahold of the front of the console housing (edge toward the windshield) and pull straight down. It can be painful to do this part since you're inserting fingers into a tight space but remember to be gentle. There are two plastic ears on the housing that slide into slots (common trim panel anchors really) and I can see that it could be possible to break them off if one isn't careful.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
For first time training, press and hold the two outer HomeLink buttons, releasing only when the HomeLink indicator light begins to flash after 20 seconds. (Do not perform this step when training the additional HomeLink buttons.)
Position the hand-held transmitter 1-3 inches away from the HomeLink surface (located on your visor), keeping the HomeLink indicator light in view.
3. Using both hands, simultaneously press and hold both the desired HomeLink button and hand held transmitter button. DO NOT release until the HomeLink indicator light flashes slowly and then rapidly. When the indicator light flashes rapidly, both buttons may be released. (The rapid flashing indicates successful training.)
Note: Some garage door openers may require you to replace step 3 with the “cycling” procedure noted in the “View Canadian Instructions” section.
4. Press and hold the trained HomeLink button and observe the indicator light.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Did you connect the lines? and did you break loose the tar that holds itto the car and seals the holes for the pipe? You maya have to remove the outter core cover to getto the last screws to get it out.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
I believe that your vehicle has two large fuse/relay assemblies. One is under the hood and the other"may" be under the drivers side passenger seat. The owners manual will list all, and I mean many" fuses and relays. Check them all with a test light or if you think a relay is at fault just switch to alike relays and see if that fixes your problem.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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