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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To get the center console you need to take a lot of the interior dash off. It sounds bad, but there are no real important parts to worry about damaging. Start by removing the silver trim that is just above the glove box. It just pulls off, being attached by pressure clips. Start at one end and work your way over. Next remove the glove box, it is held on by a couple of screws. Open the passenger door and begin removing screws. This exposes a screw holding the center console panel on. The procedure for the driver side is similar to that on the passenger side. After the two screws holding on the center console are removed you can pull off the panel. It is held on by pressure clips. The Driver information center and climate control are held on by a couple of screws. The unit is now readily removable, and much to my surprise there is a good deal of room behind the radio. You can short cut some of the steps at your option, you will have to pull back some the panels to reveal the center console screws, but you risk cracking the other panels in the process.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
theres a fuse box under the rear driver side tail light, open the trunk theres a small space to for storage, look underneath it u'll see a "door" open then look for a black box. it flips down, it has ur basic fuse, tail lights, **** like that, all other major ones like horn are under the hood between the driver fender and the battery
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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You need to find out which evap control solinoid is not working the best way is to take it to a shop and have them run a smoke test through the system todetermine which valve or valves are inop,or if there is a break in the hoses.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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