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Should be pretty simple. YouTube should have a video on that. Get all the screws out first- about 3 or 4, then pull out on the bottom and lift up off the window channel. Screws may be behind small tabs that pop off or behind small pieces like the door handle trim.
Posted on Aug 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the lil switch that'll be located on the latch anchor point or within a few inches of it.... odd is the switch is faulty
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
if you have any knowledge of automotivce electrical, (and that you need to use a "circuit tester" and not a test light) test for power when someone presses the button. it wouldnt be uncommon for most vehicles for the lock actuator/solenoid/duty actuator to wear out, get weak and fail. this is most probable. given that this is an 08, have you checked withe dealer to see if its still under warranty. if we are only talking a few miles and they wont do anything, look in your owners handbook and get the 1 800 number and get GM's customer service involved. cheers.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Do a bench test on the starter. Remove starter, hook up a ground cable to starter, and positive to two prongs on starter and it should spin. You can do this in vechile too but not suggested due to risk of injury. If it doesn't spin, probally a solenoid or the starter it self. Unlikely but possible.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
Removal & Installation
To avoid being burned, do not remove the radiator cap or surge tank cap while the engine is on or is still hot. The cooling system will release scalding fluid and steam under pressure if radiator cap or surge tank cap is removed while the engine and radiator are still hot.
If the vehicle's coolant is low, drained out, or has repeatedly needed coolant or water added to the system, then the system should be completely flushed.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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