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Kill switch i have the hand control apart and have removed the retainer screw below the starter button but cannot remove the cover. i have a new kill switch lever because the original broke. how do i get the cover off to change this out?

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Kill switch works one of two ways. Either it grounds you out, killing the spark or it disconnects a circuit shuttig ignition off. So...forget the switch for a moment and wrap the two wires together, try starting, nothing ? then separate the two wires and make sure they are not touching any metal parts, try starting again.....now you have eliminated the switch as your problem.....cap off the wires and don't hook them to the switch if your bike is now running....Good luck to you friend....tim

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SOURCE: Removal of front wheel bearings for replacement.

Go to the site below where you can see a parts diagram for your specific bike. You will select the actual brand, year, model, etc., once you go to the site. Part numbers and prices are also shown. You can order parts from this site. In the event no price is shown on a particular part, the part is not in stock. www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrandand/parts.aspx

Go to the "FRONT WHEEL" tab then enlarge the image if needed. This will show the construction of the assembly. It sounds like you have a good handle on the repair. Remove each bearing from the opposite side. Yes , just drive the bearings out with a rod smaller than the axle.

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SOURCE: 1982 Suzuki GS850 GL will only run with the starter button held

Obviously the CDI is picking up power from the starter button. Check the ignition key switch for proper operation. Chances are that whatever fried the loom also fried part of the switch. Alternate to that, trace the wire powering the CDI system, disconnect it at the source (starter button connection), then find a power source that is live only when the key is turned on and then hook the CDI wire up there.

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Isn't there a big nut in the middle of the clutch pack? Also I am not sure, it might be a left-handed one, check the threads first.

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SOURCE: I am trying to remove the petrol tank of my Honda

You didn't say for sure what year your 125 is. If it is an older bike '85, the tank has a single bolt at the back. Remove the bolt and shove the tank to the rear of the bike about 2 inches to clear the rubber mounts, then lift upward. See diagram. I haven't worked on any newer 125s but if the picture in the posting is what you have, the seat will probably need to be removed to get to any mounting bolts for the tank.

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Steering column top bearing replacment


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the FSM says dont reuse steering wheel bolts.. (unique)
here is an online quote to get to the combo switch
quote;
Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. WARNING(bags can kill, my comment)
    Wait two minutes for the airbag system reserve capacitor to discharge before performing further diagnosis or service.
  2. From below the steering column, remove the three screws that secure the lower steering column shroud to the multi-function switch mounting housing.
  3. Using hand pressure, push gently inward on both sides of the upper shroud near the parting line between the upper and lower shrouds to release the snap features that secure the two shroud halves together.
  4. Remove both the upper and lower shrouds from the steering column.
  5. Remove the Steering Control Module (SCM) from the steering column.
  6. Remove the two screws that secure the left multifunction switch to the SCM .
  7. Disengage the two retaining tabs , next to the screw mounts that secure the left multi-function switch to the SCM.
  8. Disconnect the left multi-function switch from the SCM.
To install:
  1. Position the left multi-function switch onto position on the Steering Control Module (SCM) .
  2. Engage the two retaining tabs, next to the screw mounts that secure the left multi-function switch and firmly snap into place.
  3. Install the two screws that secure the left multifunction switch to the SCM. Tighten the screws to 22 inch lbs. (2.5 Nm).
  4. Position the lower steering column shroud to the underside of the steering column.
  5. Install the three screws that secure the lower steering column shroud to the multi-function switch mounting housing. Tighten the screws to 17 inch lbs. (2 Nm).
  6. Position the upper column shroud over the steering column with the hazard warning switch button inserted through the hole in the upper shroud.
  7. Align the snap features on the upper and lower shrouds and apply hand pressure to snap them together.
  8. Reconnect the battery negative cable.

Dec 22, 2013 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Replace Kill Switch 1150 GS


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R1150GS switchgear repair or replace
to kill switch or not to kill switch motorcycles
1999 2005 BMW R1150GS Service Manual Moto Data Project
BMW Motorcycle Parts Fiche OEM BMW Motorcycle Parts online 1970 present BMW
http://www.bmw-motorrad.com/us/en/index.html?content=http://www.bmw-motorrad.com/us/en/services/manuals/manuals_main.html¬rack=1

Jul 17, 2013 | 2001 BMW R 1150 GS

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Can not remove the top screw from top of starter


Thank you for the inquiry.
The key to removing the top bolt is the correct tool - a flexible socket extension.

Open the hood on the Marquis and disconnect the negative battery cable from its post with a socket wrench. Wrap the entire metal terminal end of the cable with electrical tape. As you lay the cable down within the engine area, be sure it's not in direct contact with any other metal or the engine itself.
Remove the small plastic cover on the starter's power wires to access the retaining nuts underneath it. The cover should come off by hand. If you have any trouble removing it, use a flat-head screwdriver to assist you.
Label each of the starter's wires clearly with white painter's tape before removing them. Use a socket wrench to loosen both of the nuts holding the power wires in place, then remove the nuts and wires by hand. On the 4.6-liter engine, the starter has a third wire that's a push-on connection. Remove the wire by gently pulling it off its connection.
Remove the top retaining bolt on the starter. It will require the use of a flexible socket extension bar because of the cramped space. Support the starter with one hand and remove the bottom retaining bolt. If you have a different engine other than the 4.9 liter, the starter may have a third retaining bolt. After removing the starter's retaining bolts, slowly lower the starter from its position on the engine. Install the starter by simply reversing this procedure exactly.

Jun 04, 2011 | 1995 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Where is the conputer for a 1998 sunfire


here are instructions from autozone.com:


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION See Figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8


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Fig. Fig. 1: The PCM is mounted behind the fender, adjacent to the EVAP canister


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Fig. Fig. 2: Remove the module-to-bracket retaining screws and ...



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Fig. Fig. 3: ... remove the PCM (1) from the mounting bracket (2)

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    Fig. Fig. 4: Detach the PCM electrical connectors
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                    Fig. Fig. 5: Remove the PCM (2) from the retainer (1)
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                            Fig. Fig. 6: The EPROM cover is retained by two screws


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                            Fig. Fig. 7: Remove the EPROM cover, if the seal tears, this is normal, do not apply an adhesive to the pad, the adhesive could drip onto the circuitry and ruin the PCM

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                            Fig. Fig. 8: Remove the EPROM by squeezing the two tabs and carefully separating the EPROM from the PCM

                            1. Turn the ignition switch OFF .
                            2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
                            3. Remove the right hand engine splash shield.
                            4. Unfasten the horn attaching bolt, then detach the electrical connector and remove the horn.
                            5. Unfasten the module-to-bracket retaining screws, then slide the PCM out of the mounting bracket.
                            6. Detach the electrical harness connectors from the PCM.
                            7. Remove the retainer from the PCM.
                            8. If you are replacing the PCM on a 1995-96 model:
                              1. Remove the Electronic Programmable Read Only Memory (EPROM) module, also known as the KS module, cover.
                            WARNING
                            If the foam pad around the base of the EPROM cover rips during removal, this is normal and should not be remedied by applying any kind of adhesive to the pad. This could ruin the circuitry of the PCM.
                            WARNING Before removing the EPROM cover, thoroughly clean the outer surface of the PCM to remove any debris that could enter the PCM and cause damage to the circuitry.
                            WARNING To prevent a possible discharge of static electricity, which could ruin the PCM, do not touch the connector pins or the soldered components on the circuit board.
                              1. Remove the KS module by squeezing both retaining clips together and at the same time, grasp it at both ends and lift it up out of the socket.


                            To install:
                            Before replacement of a defective computer control module, first check the resistance of each PCM controlled solenoid.
                            1. If the PCM is being replaced, open the package on the new PCM and verify that the PCM numbers match or an updated number is given before you attempt installation.
                            2. If you have a 1995-96 model:
                              1. Install the EPROM into the PCM.
                              2. Install the EPROM cover and tighten the retaining screws to 25-28 inch lbs. (3 Nm).

                            3. Install the PCM retainer.
                            4. Attach the module electrical harness connectors.
                            5. Position the PCM in the vehicle, then install the module-to-bracket retaining screws.
                            6. Install the horn, attach the electrical connector, then fasten with the horn attaching bolt. Tighten the bolt to 6-9 ft. lbs. (8-12 Nm).
                            7. Install the right hand splash shield.
                            8. Check that the ignition switch is OFF , then connect the negative battery cable.
                            9. Enter the self-diagnostic system and check for trouble codes to be sure the PCM and the KS module are properly installed. For details, refer to the procedure for checking trouble codes.

                            Oct 26, 2010 | 1998 Pontiac Sunfire

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                            I am troubleshooting the driver's side power window controller. Driver's window does not move up/down. Seems to be a problem inside the controller on door panel. Need help taking the controller apart,...


                            Ive installed alot of after market stereo equipment in these types of vehicles, usually to get to the switches you have to remove the door panel, and unscrew the two retaining screws that hold the switches in place, disconnect the wire bundle from the switches, press the retaining tabs on the side of each switch and push them out of the holder. As far as the cover that covers the switches it usually just pops off as it is being held in place with a positive retention spring tab. Before attemping to push out make sure there arent any retaining screws that hold the switch cover in place. Hope this helps.

                            Aug 07, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet Suburban

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                            How to remove front dopr panel on 1995 Lincoln Town Car


                            Front Door Panel - Town Car - Removal
                            CAUTION: To avoid breakage of door pull cover(s), insert a screwdriver diagonally between pull strap and chrome bracket. Snap out both sides then remove.

                            Snap out two door pull strap retaining screw covers. Remove screws.

                            Remove two screws on front and rear side of front door trim panel.
                            The following procedure must be used during removal and installation of the door armrest and trim panel. Refer to the appropriate illustrations for component and vehicle model identification.
                            Using the Trim Pad Removing Tool from Rotunda Windshield and Moulding/Trim Removal Kit 107-R0401 or equivalent, pry the trim panel retaining clips from the door inner panel.

                            NOTE: Do not use front door trim panel (23942) to remove trim clips from door inner panel. Replace any bent, damaged or missing push pins.

                            Remove window regulator control switch housing from back of front door trim panel . Lift up housing, remove retaining screws and disconnect all connectors.

                            Disconnect driver seat regulator control processor switch (driver door only) if equipped.
                            Twist out interior lamp wire assembly and remove the front door trim panel.
                            Installation

                            Ensure plastic watershield is secured to door panel.
                            Position front door trim panel to door. Connect interior lamp wiring.
                            Position the window regulator control switch housing and connect switch connectors. Install the retaining screws.
                            Connect driver seat regulator control processor (14C708) (driver door only) if equipped.
                            Align door lock side to its mating slide on the sheet metal (front doors only).
                            Snap in front door trim panel. Ensure all retainers fit properly.
                            Install two retaining screws on front and rear side of front door trim panel .
                            Install two retaining screws and pull strap covers.

                            Good luck Remember rated this).

                            May 31, 2010 | Lincoln Town Car Cars & Trucks

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                            How to replace the ignition switch


                            1. If equipped with an air bag, disable the system as outlined in of this repair guide.
                            2. If not done already, disconnect the negative battery cable.
                            3. Remove the steering wheel, as outlined earlier in this section.
                            4. Remove the shaft lock cover.
                            5. Remove the shaft lock retaining ring using a suitable lock plate compressor tool to press down the shaft lock. Dispose of the ring.
                            6. Remove the shaft lock.
                            7. Remove the turn signal canceling cam assembly.
                            8. Remove the upper bearing spring.
                            9. Remove the thrust washer.
                            10. Move the turn signal lever up, into the "right turn" position.
                            11. Remove the multi-function lever.
                            12. Remove the turn signal switch arm retaining screw.
                            13. Remove the turn signal switch screws and let the switch hang freely.
                            14. Remove the key from the lock cylinder set.
                            15. Remove the buzzer switch assembly.
                            16. Reinsert the key in the lock cylinder.
                            17. Turn the key to the LOCK position.
                            18. Remove the lock retaining screw and remove the lock cylinder.
                            19. If equipped with cruise control, remove the housing cover end cap, unplug the cruise control connector and gently pull through the shroud, bowl, and steering column housing assembly.
                            20. Remove the washer head screw, the hex nut and dimmer switch.
                            21. Remove the mounting stud and ignition switch.
                              1. If equipped with cruise control, gently pull the connector through the steering column housing assembly, bowl and shroud and connect the plug.
                              2. Install the housing cover end cap and screw and tighten to 17 inch lbs. (1.9 Nm).
                              3. Install the ignition switch and mounting stud and tighten the stud to 35 inch lbs. (4.0 Nm). Adjust the ignition switch by moving the switch slider to the extreme left position and then move the slider 1 detent to the right (off lock).

                              See Figure 1


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                              1. Install the dimmer switch hex nut, screw, and tighten to 35 inch lbs. (4.0 Nm). Adjust the dimmer switch.
                              2. To adjust the dimmer switch, depress the switch slightly to allow insertion of a 3 / 32 in. drill bit into the hole above the actuator rod. Force the switch upward then tighten the screw.

                              See Figure 2


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                            22. Install the switch using the original screws. Use of screws that are too long could prevent the column from collapsing on impact.
                            23. Install the lock cylinder and retaining screws and tighten to 40 inch lbs. (4.5 Nm).
                            24. Turn the key to the RUN position.
                            25. Install the buzzer switch assembly.
                            26. Install the turn signal switch and retaining screws and tighten to 31 inch lbs. (3.5 Nm).
                            27. Install the wire protector shield.
                            28. Install the turn signal switch arm and retaining screw and tighten to 29 inch lbs. (2.3 Nm).
                            29. Install the hazard knob assembly.
                            30. Install the multi-function lever.
                            31. Install the thrust washer and upper bearing spring.
                            32. Lubricate with synthetic grease and install the turn signal canceling cam assembly.
                            33. Install the shaft lock.
                            34. Install a new shaft lock retaining ring. Align it to the block tooth on the shaft, using a lock plate compressor tool to press down the shaft lock.
                            35. Install the shaft lock cover.
                            36. Install the steering wheel, as outlined earlier in this section.
                            37. Connect the negative battery cable. If equipped, enable the air bag system as outlined in of this repair guide.

                            Jan 19, 2010 | 1993 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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                            I need to fix a starter on my car


                            3.1L Engine
                            Besides regular hand tools, a special oil pressure sensor socket will be necessary to complete this operation.
                            1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
                            2. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
                            3. Remove the A/C compressor brace (if equipped).
                            4. Extract the wiring harness from the retainer and position it out of the way.
                            5. Remove the cover from the starter wiring.
                            6. Remove the outer nut and disengage the wiring from the starter solenoid.
                            7. Disconnect the electrical connector from the oil pressure gauge sensor.
                            8. Using the special socket, remove the oil pressure gauge sensor.
                            9. Unbolt the starter from the engine. Retain any shims.
                            To install:
                            1. Install the starter to the engine, reuse any shims that were removed. Tighten to 32 ft. lbs. (43 Nm).
                            2. Connect the wiring to the solenoid and install the outer nut.
                            3. Place the cover over the starter wiring.
                            4. Replace the oil pressure gauge sensor using the special socket.
                            5. Plug the electrical connector onto the sensor.
                            6. Mount the harness to the retainer.
                            7. Install the A/C compressor brace (if equipped).
                            8. Lower the vehicle.
                            9. Connect the negative battery cable.

                            3.4L Engine
                            This starter is serviced only as a complete unit.
                            1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
                            2. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
                            3. Disconnect the electrical connectors at the starter.
                            4. Remove the converter cover.
                            5. Remove the starter motor mounting bolts, and remove the starter.

                            To install:
                            1. Install the starter motor to the engine using the mounting bolts. Torque the bolts to 35 ft. lbs. (47 Nm).
                            2. Install the converter cover.
                            3. Reconnect the electrical connections to the starter.
                            4. Lower the vehicle.
                            5. Connect the negative battery cable.

                            3.8L Engine
                            1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
                            2. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
                            3. Remove the cover from the starter wiring.
                            4. Remove the outer nut and wiring from the starter solenoid.
                            5. Remove the screws retaining the wiring harness clips and position the harness out of the way.
                            6. Take out the screw that retains the plastic flywheel cover and remove the cover from the vehicle.
                            7. Remove the bolts retaining the starter to the engine block, and remove the starter from the vehicle.

                            To install
                            1. Install the starter and tighten the bolts to 32 ft. lbs. (43 Nm).
                            2. Install the plastic flywheel cover and screw
                            3. Reposition the wiring harness, and screw in the retaining harness clips.
                            1. Reconnect the wiring to the solenoid and install the outer nut.
                            2. Replace the cover over the starter wiring.
                            3. Lower the vehicle.
                            4. Connect the negative battery cable.

                            Jan 19, 2010 | 1994 Pontiac Trans Sport

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                            Heater core replacement


                            The instrument panel and steering column must be removed to remove the heater assembly. Two people are required to remove the assembly from the vehicle.

                            Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect positive battery cable and wait one minute for air bag diagnostic monitor to deplete the backup power supply.
                            Loosen main wiring connector bolt in the engine compartment at the left side of dash panel and separate connectors.
                            Remove radio antenna stanchion and disconnect cable from base of the radio antenna stanchion.
                            Remove both the right hand and left hand windshield side garnish mouldings.
                            Do not remove safety belt retaining bolts in next step.

                            Remove the screws retaining both the right and left front door scuff plates and remove the front door opening weather-strips from body flanges.
                            Remove the right and left cowl side trim panels.
                            Remove the steering column cover by removing the three screws along the bottom and pull on the cover to unsnap the three clips across the top of the instrument panel steering column cover.
                            Remove the ignition switch lock cylinder.
                            Remove the four screws retaining the steering column shrouds together and remove the steering column shrouds.
                            Install the ignition switch lock cylinder to prevent the steering wheel from turning.
                            Disconnect the wiring connectors at the turn signal and windshield wiper switch.
                            Remove the one screw and A/C evaporator register duct from under the steering column tube.
                            Disconnect the wiring connectors at the bottom of the steering column tube.
                            Remove the pinch bolt attaching the steering column tube to the steering column lower yoke and slightly spread the joint with a screwdriver.
                            While supporting the steering column tube, remove the four steering column tube retaining nuts.
                            Remove the interlock cable retaining screws and shift actuator cable fitting.
                            Carefully remove the steering column tube from the vehicle.
                            Loosen the main wiring connector bolt at the left side of the steering column opening and separate the connectors.
                            Disconnect the stoplight switch wiring connector. On the manual transmission, disconnect the clutch pedal position switch wiring connector.
                            Pull back the floor carpet as required on the left and right sides of the vehicle and disconnect the window regulator safety relay switch wiring, and the powertrain control module from the main wiring.
                            Open the glove compartment to the stop, unsnap the hydraulic lift from the right side.
                            Remove the three screws at the bottom retaining the glove compartment door hinge and glove compartment to the instrument panel.
                            Remove the glove compartment.
                            Reach through the glove compartment opening and disconnect the wiring and vacuum hoses/connector from the heater-A/C evaporator housing.
                            Disconnect the wiring connector from the speed control amplifier and bracket assembly.
                            Remove floor console panel:
                            Open the console panel glove compartment door to access screws to console finish panel.
                            Remove the two screws, and lift the rear of the console finish panel to unsnap retainers.
                            Reach under the console finish panel and disconnect wires to fog lamp and ride control switches (if equipped) and cigar lighter socket and retainer.
                            Lift the rear of the console finish panel and slide rearward to release the two front locating tabs, remove console finish panel.
                            With the console panel door open, remove the console glove compartment mat.
                            Remove the center screw from the console (rear of shifter) bin, then lift the bin from the console panel. Disconnect the luggage compartment door release switch and fuel filler door lock switch (if equipped).
                            Remove the two screws from the bottom of the console panel bin to floor pan.
                            Remove the two cups and screws. Remove the floor console panel.
                            Remove the two screws retaining the front of the floor console panel to the instrument panel. Disconnect the remaining wires (main jumper wire) and main wiring, then lift the console panel from the vehicle.Protect the instrument panel surface during next step.
                            Using a putty knife or similar tool, insert under the left or right corner of the instrument panel upper finish panel and pry up on the instrument panel upper finish panel to release one snap clip.
                            Unsnap the remaining four clips pulling up by hand, working toward the opposite side of the vehicle.
                            Remove the two nuts retaining the left side of the instrument panel to the cowl side.
                            Remove the two nuts and one bolt retaining the instrument panel to the console bracket.
                            Remove the nut attaching the right side of the instrument panel to cowl side.
                            The following steps require two people

                            Nov 16, 2009 | 1996 Ford Thunderbird LX

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                            How to replace my turn signal switch


                            Multi-function Switch Removal & Installation To Remove:
                            To Remove:
                            1. Remove the steering column trim covers.
                            2. Remove the wire harness from the retainers as needed.
                            3. Slide the turn signal and multifunction switch connectors out from the bulk head connector.
                            4. Remove the two mounting screws and remove the multi-function switch from the steering column.

                            To Install:
                            1. Install the multi-function switch on the steering column.
                              • Tighten the screws to 42 lb in (4.7 Nm).
                            2. Slide the turn signal and multifunction switch connectors into the bulkhead connector.
                            3. Install the harness in the original retainers.
                            4. Install the steering column trim covers.
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