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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replacing battery cables
OK, if you need to ask this question, you probably should not do the job yourself. cables are attached to battery with clamps, use a 10mm wrench or socket, it shoud be very obvious.
Pull positive cable off battery FIRST! After than it doesn't matter what order you do them in ... just hook positive to battery last at the end ... otherwise you might become a welder in the process.
Follow cables to where they go (you'll probably be under the jacked up car on safety jack stands for the starter +POS cable) attached ... with a nut and a washer underneath ... should be obvious.
Negative cable is attached to car body or engine .. with a nut and probably a washer.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
yes , you need to remove the headlight cover from the back after u move the bulb conector then there is a holder for the bulb u need to push down then move.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Just the belt if that is all you need. I would replace all the other belts as well. The Water pump pully has to come offYou can visual the pump better at that time. The easiest way to get the pully back on and off is to remove the Power steering resevoir and transaxell mount in fron middle. Jack the engine up as high as you can get it. Put a block under the pan when jacking to spread the push force. this will tilt it back and up so the pulley will stay ion the water pump nub. It is a two piece pully.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
could be afew things. vacuum leak, one dud HT lead, could be the water temperature sensor, O2 sensor, best to get it checked and get it read for fault codes
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
First, disconnect the battery. Then the only part that needs to be removed to access the starter is the rubber air plenum boot between the throttle body and the air filter housing. This allows enough room to get an arm in there to access the 14mm bolts that attach the starter to the transmission. After removing the bolts, the starter can be removed from underneath the car. lower it down as much as possible, and unbolt the power cable. You may have to twist and turn it a bit to get around the support between the engine block and intake manifold, but it will come out.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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