I started to remove the HVB and the red wires that come into the top of the block seem to be very tight and hard to remove. I really do not want to force them in fear of damaging the wires. can someone who has swaped out the HVB tell me if am doing something wrong or missing something.
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There is an intermittant connection in the cluster wiring harness> you will have to start by removing the clusyer and checking the dash connectors to make sure they are seated, if ok trace the harness to the fuse block and make it has all connectors tight > check all grounds at dash and fuse block for continuty to ground.>check power and ground at cruise module.
Bracket on top is for rely. You need to remove the 2 screws on clinode, battery cable ( first thing) and either 2 on engine block trans housing . You should be able to push starter up and move it around exhaust a little without removing anything else. Tight fit
remove negative on battery starter is on side of motor remove wires(make note of were wires go use colored tye wraps or number masking tape to identify.remove starter mounting bolts install new starter install wires exactly how they came off old starter secure everything make sure its all tight!hook up negative on battery start vehicle!!!!
You can also follow the positive battery terminal to the starter and then look on top of it and there is a solenoid and a small red wire to it with a small nut.See if its loose and if so tighten it. Also check both of the battery post's terminals by removing them and cleaning them inside with a metal brush and also the battery post's with a small round brush they sell in any auto parts then place them back and just tighten slowly until you feel them not too tight so that they wont break the outside nut then start your car and see if this works!
I have a Phillips DVDR3390/37 and was getting a BLOCKED message. I found that by utilizing the slot on the bottom of DVD and moving the mechanism slightly to the left, it would open the DVD tray. The white plastic you see through the slot is part of the motor driven mechanism that raises the DVD disk up to the drive wheel that spins the DVD. The opening and raising actions are interconnected mechanically. I suspected the motor was going, so I unsoldered its black and red wires fom the small printed circuit board and removed it by also removing the two small screws on top. The board has a + mark and this is the red wire, remember which wires go where. (Might not be red and black.) I tested the motor with a flashlight battery and it seemed to run OK but didn't spin very long. This is a very small motor without a lot of reserve power. Removing it allowed me to oil the top bearing, the only one you can get at, as the bottom bearing is not open. You don't want oil all over the pulleys and the rubber band that rides in the pulleys and you have very little room to get the oil in under the plastic pulley. I used automatic transmission oil, a fine lubrican for a lot of things. This only takes about 1 drop of oil. If you get oil on the pulleys or belt, clean them with alcohol. This procedure fixed mine. Hope this helps.
take off the passenger side front tire and youll have to use a couple of socket extensions to get it, make sure to jack and block car correctly. when you remove the tire you should be able to see the top bolt with a droplight through the wheelwell
access is through the wheelwell I believe.
This is a outstanding question!!! The plugs or wires are not visible from the top or sides of the moter. You just can't see em'!!! You have to remove the large black plastic air intake. Then remove the intake manafold(not too hard to do) to access the spark plugs and wires.
Also: After removing all the black plastic air intake stuff, you'll have to remove the coil pack (long black plastic thing that says "Ecotek" on top). The coil pack is removed by disconnecting the wire connector on the driver's side end and then removing four bolts. To lift off the coil pack, you'll have to pull upwards firmly and evenly from both sides, because the spark plug boots or wires are holding onto the spark plugs as well as the coil. With the coil pack removed, look down into the silver channels - there's the plugs. To remove, you'll need a plug socket head and a socket wrench with long extension. To replace the plugs, I use an extra or old spark plug boot to hold the plug and get it started turning into the engine threads. Good Luck!