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You got that far, and you seriously want to give up now? With the dash off, I think you could easily pull the whole heater case out, if you need to. On older Datsuns, there was a cover on the front of heater case that unclipped to expose the core for pulling straight back and out-don't know about your 300 ZX, though. Suggest you buy a repair manual for the procedure, or visit a library for a manual. Don't give up now!
One way you can do it, is to remove the paneling off of it and locate the lock mechanism and turn it by hand. However, you'll need to keep a phillips screwdriver (possibly) in the vehicle, incase it's needed to remove speaker covers (speaker, etc) if installed and hinder the paneling to be removed otherwise.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
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either you are running an aftermarket stereo with too much power for the OEM speakers, or your OEM radio has malfunctioned and there is stray voltage getting to the speakers. in the prior case you need to upgrade your speakers, in the latter case you need to look around and find a replacement used working OEM radio. used OEM radios can be had on eBay, at junkyards, at stereo install shops, and by looking around on craagslist, to name a few.
look on youtube.com for videos of folks pulling a dashboard, console, stereo, or speaker replacement on your vehicle. Or you can buy a repair manual which can be had on CD for about 5 bucks on eBay.
Hi have you tried using the settings on the stereo that controls the balance from front to back and side to side if you have changed these settings without knowing then the stereo output might be in the possition for the one side. If after doing this you still have the same problem then i would remove the stereo and check all the wires are secure if they are then you need to remove the casing for the side speakers and check the wires for corrosion and make sure connected properly.
Usually the speakers wont just suddenly stop working if the problem was with the speaker then you would have noticed over time that the sound was distorted or would have sounded crackley from the speakers. If this is not the case then check the speaker balance on stereo and then check wires.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
I am sorry to have to say this, but what you need is to find someone who knows what they are doing to fix the wiring that the original installers messed up. There could be crossed wires, bad grounds, poor connections, etc. Under the worst case scenario, this could cause a fire.
i just did this on my 04 f150 heritage 4x4 manual... first you have to remove the rear cross member where the torsion bars are adjusted at... not sure what you mean by the side mount, but there are i believe six bolts that hold the transfer case to the tranny... 3 on the right, and 3 on the left, the upper right and left are difficult to get to... it makes it easy if you remove the forward drive shaft first and there should be some cable and fuel brackets on top of the tranny back by the transfer case that you could remove to... once you take those bolts out, transfer case should slide right off... let me know if there is anything else i can help with...