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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's the same as a Trailblazer you have to first remove the "bowtie" from the front between the two light bezels. Gentle pull forward and the pressure clips will release. Don't be shy. There are no screws. Than with the light bezels exposed you will see a metal clip that has to be pulled back to release the bezel and it will swing forward to allow you access to the bulb.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
SOURCE: 4 wheel drive not working
First, check the transfer case and make sure it's full.
If you have the electric shift system in your vehicle, a servo motor could be failing, or the switch may be going bad. Even the switches on these systems are expensive so good, accurate testing must be done to verify failure of anything before you start replacing stuff. If it's not electric, check linkage to transfer case... something may be loose and sliding out of adjustment. Todays systems are just too complex to give accurate answers without hands-on testing. Many times several different items can give similar symptoms. That is why most shops say "bring it in and we will look at it".
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
The battery is on the right side behind the fuse box. You need a metric set to undo the 3 screws. Theres one that attaches to the body, one to the bar that goes along the top, and theres one on the left side below the vacuum hose and air induction. After you've taken out those three, you should lift the whole thing out(battery and shroud) together. It's hard to take the shroud off before you lift the battery out. After that, you have to pry the shoud off the battery. The two terminals in the back make it hard. Then just go to any auto parts store and they'll give you a new one.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
common problem with these is corrosion at electrical connector in control box located on passenger side behind kick panel
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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