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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is no way but to short the wires at the tail door switch outside which should only be done if you have a circuit diagram and experience on the vehicles electrical systems or you could damage components beyond repair.Make sure the fuse is not blown.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
The seams should slide off just pull from the bottom of the seams, there is a section of the plastic guide missing where they come out, a bit wd40 should ease them out if there tough to pull.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
as simple as i can put it here goes , you will need to remove rear door panel using a flat blade tool, start at top and work your way round to hinge side,peel back the weather sheild about six inches down all along the top edge , this will reveal the mounting points on the back of the rear panel, leave the removable ends attached to the window guard and line up against rear panel, check which hole's need to be used and attach brackets to these points using bolts supplied in kit or what ever you have to hand. once mounted you can pull guard from brackets and put to one side , next is the rear panel if you place panel face down revealing back it will show two ovalish shape's highlighted by faint outline , this is where you will need to cut and file . when that is finished you can reinstall rear panel on to door, install rear guard and locking bolts. it always handy to have spare clips for door panels as the become brittle with age.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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check both lambda sensors for breaks in wires and for open circuit on heater side of lambda sensor on the one under the car on the second cat,failed heater element will not heat gas engough for sensor to read causing false readings , also check for slow i.a.c valve on inlet manifold.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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