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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
got to be something left on though like cigarette lighter stuck in somewhere or interior light on or maybe light under hood or maybe trunk ? you mean the battery goes dead if you dont remove that fuse right ? thanks Jerry holler back if you need more.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
there is no easy way to change out a heater core...you have to take the bottom part of the dash loose and that takes some doing. once you get the bottom of the dash apart you will see the heater core.then you have to go under the hood and unhook both water lines that run to it, you should then be able to pull the heater core out and install the new one
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Is it an actuator itself? If the lock clicks but really doesn't lock or unlock it could just be a linkage problem. There are some little plastic doohickies on the ends of the linkages that wear out and drop off. You can get those in the right auto parts store. Do all the door locks not work? Then, yes it could be the fuse. Usually a diagram on the fuse box cover, or even printed next to the fuse. If one door lock doesn't work, does it not work from just one switch or both switches? If it works from one switch, then of course it's the other switch. If it's the drivers door lock, then of course there's only one switch. (More often, it's a switch, not an actuator.) The drivers door switches come in a pad of four. It'd be cost-effective to get a used pad from a salvage yard. They can be checked with an ohmmeter right there, and they'd probably do it for you. Or take yours along. You'll have to remove the door panel at any rate. You'll need a Phillips screwdriver, and there's a nifty tool at the parts store for prying the clips on the back of the panel out of the door shell. You might want to find a local shade tree mechanic to guide you or do the job. It helps to be a little double-jointed. Price that stuff new, let your wallet and patience be your guide.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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