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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look at the car manual under maintenance and then rear light bulb replacement. First take out the two hole covers using a flat head to loosen then wiggle and turn by hand to get out. Pull the light unit straight back, and unplug the electrical. Don't break anything.
Then use a star driver (check your misc socket set drivers for the right size). Unscrew the two star head screws and pull this bulb holder straight off the tail light (same direction as screws). Replace the bulb and put back together in reverse.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
There are two places you can tighten the brake cable one by the handle and the other on the brake cable near the real wheels or driver side. Also should be under warrenty if you can find a shop now.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
What is needed is a qualified locksmith that is background-checked, as can be found on a free resource provided by the Associated Locksmiths of America ( A.L.O.A. ) at www.findalocksmith.com/search.aspx One can also check NASTF, http://nastf.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3532 which is the go-between for the aftermarket auto service industry and the auto makers. NASTF, via Associated Locksmiths of America, vets locksmiths with a FURTHER background check system, to be pre-qualified to access car manufacturers SECURITY PROTOCOLS. This special access, along with correct scan tools to read the pin number from the vehicles' computer, and to program the keys is all that is needed.
Locksmiths can also provide the following unique services:
1. Keys when the VIN will not reveal any info, such as salvage titled, former rental or other fleet vehicles and cars where the locks were changed and factory info and pin may be WRONG. Older vehicles where manufacturer does not HAVE the info, Locksmiths can bypass the VIN requirement of other auto repair facilities.
2. Immobilizer reset, to clear all stolen or missing or CLONED keys. This requires special attention and procedures.
3. Weekends/Holidays/Eves. Locksmiths can generally do this ON-SITE... even third basement level of a parking garage.
4. ON SITE programming of replacement keys. You CHOOSE if you want to tow vehicle or not. Weekends? Many professional locksmiths offer 7 day service. No need to tow it to a back lot, where it waits for following week to be serviced.
5. More key/remote options. Choose remote-head key OR key only without a remote, it is YOUR choice ( unless there is the rare incidence of no manufactured option for a key-only without the remote )
6. Locksmiths also can tend to the need for lock service, replacement and keying to match the rest of the car.
So you DO have a choice!
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
If you go to AutoZone.com and register (free) you can nagivate your way to the "repair info" section. Once there look at the list in the center of the page and click on "emission controls:, after that look on the left side of the page for "VACUUM DIAGRAMS". the proper vacuum diagram should be there for your truck.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
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