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hi you cant open the bonnet there isnt one what you have to do is get a plain screwdriver and undo the grill underneeth the windscreen you turn the two clips and take the grill off and you will see the top of the washer bottle a bit tricky first time round
it sounds like your brakes need to be replaced. the squeaking is actually a brake pad indicator rubbing on the rotors letting you know that the pads are low an need to be changed soon. if you let this go on for too long you may damage the rotors and spend a lot more money than just a simple brake job.
The OBD-1 two digits trouble codes listed 'code-17' as:
This means that the fuel and ignition systems performance are in need of attention.
1.Distributor Cap: remove the 3-bolts holding the distriboutr to its body.
2. Inspect the distributor cap for cracks, and the roror-button is not worn or broken.
3. Inspect the distributor-cap terminals are not corroded or charred. Replace if charred. Clean them out if corroded.
4. Check the distributor-rotor for cracks or corrosion on its tip, and lesser spring tension.
Replace as necessary.
5. Reverse steps 1-4 to re-install distributor cap. Be sure to remove and replace the plug wires from the old distributor-cap to the new distributor-cap one-by-one. If not, the engine would not run.
1. Undo the top clips holding the fuel-filter hose, and undo the lower clips also.
2. Take out the fuel-filter from its mount.
3. Replace the fuel filter as necessary.(please not the way it was mounted) Reverse removal for installation.
If you have the replacement bonnet, & a regular socket set, it's a simple job of un-plugging the wash wipe tubes, and then undoing the hinges. It's easier to use a small ratchet, to undo the bolts. Three or four each side, I forget. With more than likely, a 10mm socket. Then it'll just come off in yer hand. Then it's just the small issue of making sure the hinges aren't too badly mis-aligned, and 'marry up' with the bonnet fixing holes. Then you need to close the bonnet to make sure it lines up with the rest of the car. If it doesn't, then you need to bend the hinges, gently and slowly, with a big heavy bar, prefferably. But don't get too excited. Then it's just a matter of repeating that, until it sits right. Good luck with that.
There is more then 2 clips, look carefully feel around, you will find them. Unclip and then pull the cover up. Just remove the filter and replace with new one . also make sure that the little rubber gasket is seated properly. One last thing bring a vacum cleaner. When you access the filter you may find dirt and dead bugs in there so vacum it out. good luck