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I need to order a part, I dont know what its called

I need to order the part that is on top of the tracker that is bolted down and the front edge of the soft top fits into it all the way across. This part has broken around the screws and causing the top to be loose on one side

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  • eitan ger
    eitan ger May 11, 2010

    A picture will help a lot.



    Thank you,

    Eitan.

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    eitan ger May 11, 2010

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Go to gmpartsdirect.com they have diagrams of ur parts

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Removing hub


no year, or car stated, no photo either.
no body type car, (Tracker, Metro,Storm,Prizm)
all are different.
the Tracker in the first years, (wild guess body)
had, bolts 4 on the inner ring on those DRUMS.
the come off (LHT) turned CCW.
Then starting in 1992? the dont have these ever again.
and added just empty screw hole there, that the FSM book
tells you, insert an 8mm bolt here, and turn CW, and the drub backs off, the axle boss.
not pretend I will, it has none of that, just a ***** drum.
and is common, we hammer them off, with emergancy brake OFF
front wheels chocked front and rear, so car cant roll.
We never use metal to metal hammering breakable cast iron drums. we use a 2x4 or a rubber mallet or a dead blow hammer (soft)
then they come right off. (some times.)
you need brake experience to know the bad actors in brakes.
here, ill tell you in few lines. on that. can go pages, but no...
the auto adjusters in the brake shoes can rust and seize
and the drums drag hard,or same with wheel cylinders.stuck.
so if they dont move, try to find read access ports here,
a rubber plug and off it, and try to back off the adjuster per the Factory service manual.
also tap the rubber hammer round and round outer edge to get those pesky shoes to go loose.
take your time and not make it worse.
easy peasy japaneezy.

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Chevrolet tracker front bumper removal


the front grille is held on by two bolts on top and the rest are pull tabs holding it on. I would use a flat head screw driver and pop the center one out first then the two on each side under the head lights

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How to take passenger headlamp out of 328i bmw 2008 so it can be replaced?


2008 328i Passenger headlight assembly removal.

The headlight assembly is held in by 4 "star" bolts (size 25); 2 visible on the top of the assembly, 2 not visible or easily accessible.

The 2 bolts not so visible require that the front half of the wheel well come off and the front bumper or "nose" of the car.... The bumper is what needs to come off, but there are 2 bumper bolts hidden by the wheel well.

The wheel well is held in by 7mm bolts, 2 of which are actually bolted to the bumper on the bottom.

The front bumper is held on with 7mm bolts on the bottom edge, and star bolts, size 25, accessible on the top edge. (Hood open). Here were my steps.

1. Jack up the car on the side you are replacing, remove wheel.
2. Using 7mm socket, remove all the bolts to peel off the front half of the wheel well. With the wheel well out, you can see the 2 other star bolts holding the headlight assembly, but you can only remove one of them... even if you were good enough to get both removed, the headlight assemble will not push out through the bumper.... Keep going with bumper removal.
3. Remove 2, 7mm bolts of the front bumper that are now visible up near the outer edge of the headlight assembly.
4. At this point I removed the bumper's top edge start bolts and bottom edge 7mm bolts about 3/4 of the way across the bumper...
5. The bumper is very flexible and you can now pull it back , reach in, and get that last difficult star bolt on the headlight assembly....
6. Don't forget the one electrical connector....
7. I also recommend testing the new assembly by plugging it in before removing anything

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Just did a top end new valve seals head gasket laped the valve seats went back togather with it timing marks lined up it wont fire realy confused want to know if 1995 Geo Tracker needs the alternator or...


no u dont need them hookd up to run u do need to see if ur getting inch to inch half spark if ok check vakve movment see if to tight and lifters not pumping up and if all else fails new plugs cut the fuel if dont start call me im at my shop 6 days a week i just done same to one was kinda stuborn on start p 8016865205

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How do I remove the backseat of my 91 regal in order to install after market speakers?


Most rear seats you must remove seat section first .Grab front edge of seat & pull up. Then bolts for back of seat should be at the bottom at what would be the floor.Top should be on what I would call hooks , so the back must be slid upwands after bolts are out.Hope I'm not leading you in the wrong direction and you have bolts holding front of seat down! Check along front edge to ensure this is not the case

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NEED TO CHANGE FUEL PUMP ON A 1992 GEO TRACKER


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Need to know how to get the ignition switch to realese from the housing its in


keronadecora: The way the ignition lock assembly based on Kia's factory manuel, is to drop the steering column and get it to the point where you have access to the attaching hardware which passes through the clamp holding the lock assembly to the column. Once you have dropped the column down to where you can see the bolts which go through the back side of the clamp, you will notice they have no head for either a screw driver, socket or wrench of any kind.
The bolts are called "SHEAR" bolts, Meaning that once they have been installed and reached their predetermined tightness, the heads shear off leaving what appears to be just a smooth top similar to that of a carriage bolt.
To loosen the bolt, get a small chisel and catch the very edge of the bolt. As you hammer the chisel into the top of the bolt, you are catching just the outer edge making it rotate counter clockwise.
You loosen both bolts this way to remove the clamp off the column. Now you have the lock assembly to carry down to the locksmith. Commonly the bolt is an 8mm 1.25 X what ever the length is that you removed. Occasionally, they use 6mm 1.0 thread X ??
Another option is to remove the passenger's front door lock. Check with the locksmith first, but I believe they can make a key from it as well.
I'm not sure about Kia, but I know that with Nissan, Toyota and Honda. They can cut a key from the VIN number on the car.
The 17 numbers and letters located on the lower left hand corner of you windshield in the dash. Call the parts department first and tell them that you had lost your key, ask them if they are able to cut a key from the vin and if so, what will they require from you so that they will cut it for you?
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I dont know how to put my spark plug wires in my car


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not sure if #1 cylinder is on the front right or front left. Call a dealer.
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Before installing distributor , visually inspect distributor . Inspect the O-ring. It should fit tightly and be free of cuts. The drive gear should be free of nicks, cracks and excessive wear. Rotate distributor drive shaft. It should move freely, without binding.
  1. To install distributor correctly, No. 1 piston (6108) must be at Top Dead Center (TDC) of compression stroke. Remove No. 1 cylinder spark plug (12405) and rotate crankshaft (6303) clockwise until No. 1 piston is on the compression stroke.
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  1. While installing, continue rotating distributor rotor slightly so leading edge of the vane is centered in vane switch stator assembly.
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  1. Install distributor cap , No. 1 spark plug and ignition wires. Check that ignition wires are securely connected to the distributor cap and spark plugs . Tighten distributor cap hold-down screws to 2.0-2.6 Nm (18-23 lb-in).
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  1. Recheck initial engine ignition timing. Adjust if necessary.

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