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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The GM 1995 Aurora repair manual, says to use the access hole under the
carpet in the back right corner of the trunk. You are best to buy a new fuel sender locking nut or ring at the
dealer for about $8.
Forgot to add this - to relieve the fuel pressure, just use the press the center of valve on the fuel rail (for pressure testing) and a rag to catch the dribble. Really no big deal.
Make sure disconnect the battery cables too
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
When the system is on or off, push the ON/OFF button down for three seconds to change the display between English and metric. This will also change the digital screen for the climate control system between English and metric.
Posted on May 06, 2009
1st check all fuses. 2nd why do you need to charge all the time? If your battery keeps going low and you have to charge it all the time , perhaps you need a new battery. If the charger has to give the battery a large charge then it may have caused the fuse to fail on that circut. . Is this device for a cell phone? If it is then you probably blew a fuse. Let me know if you are charging the car battery or charging a cell phone battery.
Posted on May 09, 2009
pop the trunk and you should see two screws along the rear taillight assembly. remove the screws and the taillight assembly should pop out. you can then twist the bulb and pop it out along with the harness, put the new bulb in and reverse.
If it's your 3rd brake light, the bolts holding it in against the rear window will be found inside your trunk along the top side of your trunk (get in and look up)
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
If it's making a clunk noise when hitting bumps, check the mounting plates and bushings that hold the rear end to the frame. GM made these plates out of aluminum and the bolts that go through the plate and the bushings rot out and the rear end slams against the frame.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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