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Hi, hold the cover in a vice where the bar nuts normally tighten up to, then pull the chainbrake lever back in the direction the handle bar would be. You will feel a click and the lever will stay back and the brake band will be released. Then refitted cover to the saw. Regards Phil.
many wheels get stuck on the axle so if you remove the clip that holds the wheel to the axle and it does't come off just change the tire on the mower sounds harder to do but you don't break stuff trying
As it appears it seems that the back of the unit is held together by clamps. I wouldn't advise you to go ahead with the dis-assembly because you risk breaking the clamps. But if you must do it proceed with caution. Start prying open from the bottom screws toward the top of the unit. Use a plastic wedge to help the prying. It really comes down to finesse and experience. If you don't feel confident doing it don't do it as you might break it irreparable.
The mount should be usable even mounted in 3 points.On the other hand the loose nut could cause some damage short circuiting the board. \ Good luckVlad
The procedure for removal and installation of a starter depends on whether your Saab is a manual or automatic. If you need a more detailed explanation let me know and I will either post it or can email it to you. It seems the Saab engineers couldn't of made it harder for a DIYer. Good luck! Remove the Black clutch cover on the manual & half cover on the auto Remove the Red battery cable on the Battery Remove the Red battery cable on the Starter Remove the yellow wire from the starter solenoid Loosen the brace to the bottom of the intake manifold Remove the bolts or nuts from the starter through the front timing cover
There are tools that help you pry into a laptop. It looks like a pencil a flat edge on it. Usually you just need to pop it out. But there is no problems with being cautious. There are also manuals to look at also.
I believe you have to open the rear window to open the tailgate??
Tailgate opens right to left [ passenger to driver ] side?
Tailgate handle will not work if window not open - feels like it is disconnected. The "button" releases the window only.
If you open the rear window and the tailgate still will not open. You need to remove the inside tailgate cover to get access to the handle and release switch. You can access the the window release the same way [ just a little harder to do]. You will probably end up breaking the vinyl panel to do this but so will the auto body shop and they will charge you $$$$$ to replace it.