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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The headlamp assembly on each side comes out as a unit. Raise the hood. Remove black plastic cover that hides the assembly. This is done by prying up on the plastic tabs on the cover that hold them in place. (They look like inserts) Once you pull up on the center portion of tab, the whole fastener comes out. Once the cover is out of the way, you will see these square black (about an inch Sq.) horizonal plates of which are connected to ball like fixtures (ball and socket) you pull up on the plates which release the ball to come out of the socket. The headlight assembly will swing out at the top, then raise straight up once it clears top. The headlight bulbs will now be accessible. Turn light bulb socket (with the wiring) counterclockwise 1/4 turn to remove. replace bulb. wipe clean with paper towel or cloth before reinstalling, as acid from skin or other contaminates will destroy bulbs. reinstall in reverse.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2009
On Driver's Side Of Engine. Behind Exhaust Pipe That Runs Acrost Back Side Of Engine/Transmission. Be Careful To Not Attempt While Engine Hot Or Warm. Two 13mm Bolts Hold It on. Both Bolts To Have To Come All The Way Out, Even Though One Is Slotted. Be Sure The Thermostat Stays In Housing When Going Back Together. Good Luck
Posted on May 03, 2009
Just follow the top radiator hose to engine it is attached to a metal tube and inside the metal tube is the thermostat there should be two bolts holding the housing on.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Fig. 1: The thermostat is located in the lower radiator hose on
the 2.2L engine
When adding coolant, it is important that you use GM Goodwrench DEX-COOL® (orange colored, silicate free) coolant meeting GM specifications. On these vehicles, if silicated coolant is added to the system, premature engine, heater core or radiator corrosion may result. In addition, the engine coolant will require change sooner; at 30,000 miles or 24 months.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
yes it is safe -your brakes will work normally only difference u will see is if u hit[stomp] on the brake hard will cause wheels to lock up[skid] check the sensors wiring ,connections and connection to clips the sensor is incorporated into the wheel hub but the wiring and clips connections are exposed which can get damaged or hit by road debris -if u remove the wheel will see wire running into back of rotor --to replace will have to replace the whole hub[wheel bearing] average price about $80 for part if diy
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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