Question about 2002 Chevrolet Blazer
First of all get a piece of paper and draw it out. Label each wire where it go's back in the same place as it is. Then unplug all of them. At the base of the cap there is either two small bolts or screws. Take them out pull straight up on it and it will pop off. then the rotar button has two screws. And there should be grease that comes with rotar button. Make sure follow directions for that. Take em off replace it and cap. Then plug the wires back up. It all only go's one way except the wires.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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