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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pop out the center trim piece with a flat head screwdriver. Center dash piece may be brushed aluminum or wood grain depending on trim level. It should pop out easily working all the way around it. Then radio is held in with 7mm screws.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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Pricing vary, depending on where you live and if you want it done at a dealership or at a local shop.It would be about 1hour of labor +price of the hose+power steering fluid. Dealer charges about $70.00 an hour.
You can call the dealer ask how much to change the hose. Also a local shop can gave you an estimate.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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To remove the rear seat, pull up on the front of the seat bottom, it should be hooked in place by spring type clips. After you get the front edge up, pull out the seat. This should expose the bolts/screws that hold the seat back in. Look below and there should be a couple of screws holding the seatback to the car body. Remove these and then you can pull the seat back out of the car.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
See GM TSB 05-08-143-001, If you have Adjustable pedals, especially if they dont; work with the memeory buttons, but function with thier own buttons. Its the Brake Pedal Position Sensor is shorted and mesing up the seat module which controls the heaters too. My 05 Suburban had the same issue.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
It's very likely a broken wire to one of the serveral heating pads in the seat. The next possibility is the heater module which is located under the seat.
When I fixed the heated seat on my Pontiac Bonneville, I just pulled the seat out of the car. The heated seat wires are pretty obvious when you can see under the seat. I had an obvious broken wire that shorted against the seat spring. I repaired that had had resistance in the seat circuit. It turns out that my heater module was also bad. I switched it with the passenger seat and it works fine now. The module is about $80-100.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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