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HOW DO YOU REMOVE THE ASSEMBLY ON THE OLDS 95 SO I CAN CHAGNE THE LIGHTS.. I REMOVED TWO SCRES IN THE FRONT BU IT DOES NOT HELP TO REMOVE THE ASSEMBLY


Step 1:
Be sure the ignition key is not in the ignition, and the headlight switch is in the "Off" position.



Step 2:
Locate and remove the two headlight assembly screws on the top rail of the headlight assembly. Use the nut driver to remove them.


Step 3:
Place a rag between the headlight assembly and the bumper to protect the paint.


Step 4:
Wrangle the assembly outward. There is a guide pin behind the assembly on the fender side that holds it in place. This needs to be popped out of its socket in order to remove the headlight assembly. Pull slightly outward from the side, then forward and away from the car.


Step 5:
Locate the correct bulb socket (high-beam/low-beam). Disconnect the wire connector using the flathead screwdriver.


Step 6:
Turn the socket 1/4-turn counterclockwise to remove the socket from the headlight assembly. Remove the old bulb.


Step 7:
Insert the new bulb into the headlight assembly, and turn clockwise to lock into place. Be careful not to touch the glass bulb of the new socket. This could degrade headlight performance.


Step 8:
Reconnect the wire connector to the bulb. Test the light before replacing the headlight assembly, then turn off the lights again.


Step 9:
Reinsert the headlight assembly, making sure to align the guide pin into the socket. Replace the screws and tighten.

Feb 12, 2011 | 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Error e0610096 in canon 1140


The Service manual say:

E061 is an error code associated with the mechanism controlling the surface
potential of the drum, and points to the following:
(The notation "xx" of detail code indicates the color of the developing
assembly; e.g., xx=01: M, xx=02: Y, xx=03: Y, xx=04: Bk.)

Detail code: 0096
Description: Vd2 is 550 V or less.
Possible cause: The Vd2 lower limit is reached

Step 1
Checks: Is the setting of
COPIER>ADJUST>V-CONT-M/C/
Y/K in service mode identical to the
settings recorded on the service label?

Yes/No: NO

Action: Enter the settings from
the service label newly.

Step 2
Check the detail code in service
mode (COPIER>DISPLAY>ERR).
Is it 0000 or 0001? YES Go to step 3.
Is it 0010? YES Go to step 4.
Is it 0020? YES Go to step 5.
Is it 0030, 0031, or 0032? YES Go to step 9.
Is it 0040? YES Go to step 12.
Is it 0050, 0051, 0052, or 0053? YES Go to step 16.
Is it 0070, 0071, xx80, or xx81? YES Go to step 19.
Is it 0060 or 009x? YES Go to step 20.

Step 3: Potential sensor unit
Checks:
Turn on and off the power switch.
Does LED1 on the potential
measurement PCB remain on
during potential control?

NO - Replace the potential sensor unit.
YES - Check the wiring from the
DC driver PC to the potential
sensor. Turn off and then on
the power switch; if the error
is indicated once again, go to
step 2.

Step 4: Pre-exposure lamp
Checks:
Does the pre-exposure lamp turn
on during copying operation?

NO - Check the wiring from
the DC driver PCB to
the pre-exposure lamp;
if normal, replace the
pre-exposure lamp.

YES - Check the potential
sensor unit. Turn off and
then on the power switch;
if the error is indicated
once again, go to step 2.

Step 5: Primary charging assembly
Is the primary charging assembly
connected properly?
NO - Connect the assembly
properly.

Step 6: Primary charging assembly
Is the primary charging wire
broken or soiled?
YES - Clean or route the charging
wire once again. Turn off and
then on the power switch; if
the error is indicated once
again, go to step 2.

Step 7: Primary charging assembly
Are there traces of leakage on the
primary charging assembly?
YES - Replace the primary
charging assembly.

Step 8: High-voltage cable
Is there electrical conductivity
from the primary charging wire to
the high-voltage transformer
(HVT-DC)?
NO - Check the primary highvoltage
cable.
YES - Replace the HVT-DC
PCB. Turn off and then
on the power switch; if
the error is indicated
once again, go to step 2.

Step 9: HVT-DC PCB
Is the primary charging assembly
fitted properly?
NO - Fit the assembly
properly.

Step 10: Primary charging grid plate
Is the grid plate of the primary
charging assembly mounted
properly?
NO - Mount the grid plate
properly.

Step 11: High-voltage cable HVT-DC PCB
Is there electrical continuity from
the grid plate of the primary
charging assembly to the highvoltage
transformer (HVT-DC)?
NO - Check the grid highvoltage
cable.
YES - Replace the HVT-DC
PCB. Turn off and then
on the power switch; if
the error is indicated
once again, go to step 2.

Step 12: Post-cleaning charging assembly
Is the post-cleaning charging
assembly fitted properly?
NO - Fit the assembly
properly.

Step 13: Post-cleaning charging assembly
Is the post-cleaning charging wire
broken or soiled?
YES - Clean or fit the charging
wire properly.

Step 14: Post-cleaning charging assembly
Are there traces of leakage in the
post-cleaning charging assembly?
YES - Replace the postcleaning
charging
assembly.

Step 15: High-voltage cable
Is there electrical continuity from
the post-cleaning charging
assembly to the high-voltage
transformer (HVT-DC)?
NO - Check the post-cleaning
high-voltage cable.
YES - Replace the HVT-DC
PCB. Turn off and then
on the power switch; if
the error is indicated
once again, go to step 2.

Step 16: Laser exposure system
Is the movement of the laser shutter
normal?
NO - Check the shutter
assembly

Step 17: Laser exposure system
Is the dust-proofing glass or the
bending mirror soiled?
YES - Clean it.

Step 18: Laser exposure system
Is the laser power normal? (See the
descriptions given for how to adjust
the laser power.)
NO - Adjust the laser power.
If output is absent,
replace the laser unit or
the laser driver.

YES - Check the
photosensitive drum for
grounding; if normal,
replace the
photosensitive drum.
(After replacement,
execute the work under
II. C. 2.)
Turn off and then on the
power switch; if the
error is indicated once
again, go to step 2.

Jan 13, 2011 | Canon CLC 1140 Copier

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How do I adjust the headlights on a 2002 buick Century?


  1. Step 1 Purchase a replacement bulb from an auto parts department or auto parts store. The bulb number is 4157NAK. You also can check the parts book or ask store employee for assistance.
  2. Step 2 Open the hood of the vehicle. The hood release handle is located under the dash on the left side of the vehicle. Once you discharge it, you must free the second hood release under the hood of the vehicle in the center. Move it to the right and lift the hood.
  3. Step 3 Locate two headlamp retainers (clamps) holding the headlamp in place. Pull up to remove them to discharge the tabs on the assembly.
  4. Step 4 Detach the power to the headlamp. Now you can easily remove the assembly out of its position.
  5. Step 5 Take off the rubber cover located in back of the turn signal light. This will allow access to the bulb socket.
  6. Step 6 Turn the light socket counterclockwise to remove it from the assembly.
  7. Step 7 Remove the old bulb by holding the bottom of it and pulling it gently up. Replace with new bulb.
  8. Step 8 Once you have replaced the bulb, put the light socket back in the assembly and turn it clockwise to secure it.
  9. Step 9 Replace the rubber covering on the back of the headlamp assembly.
  10. Step 10 Put the headlamp assembly back in place by sliding it in the slot and attach the power supply.
  11. Step 11 Replace the retainer clamps to hold the headlight assembly in place and close the hood of the vehicle.

Jun 01, 2010 | 2002 Buick LeSabre

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How do you replace the headlight assembly on a 99 Pontiac Grand Am?


  1. Open the hood to your Pontiac Grand Am. Have the car keys on you, but not in the ignition and make sure the lights are in the "off" position.
  2. Step 2 Locate the splash guard and the plastic push pins that hold it down. It runs along the entire front frame rail. Removing the entire splash guard will make it easier to to remove even one headlight on one particular side.
  3. Step 3 Remove the pins by lifting up on the center of the pin. Pull it up about 1/4-inch and then pry the pin insert and pin out of the hole.
  4. Step 4 Locate and remove the two-headlight assembly bolts on the the top of the headlight assembly. Use the ratchet and a socket to remove the bolts.
  5. Step 5 Pull the headlight assembly forward by hand. Be careful not to scratch the lens of the assembly or scratch the paint on the front bumper.
  6. Step 6 Unplug the wire from the back of the headlight that is blown out.
  7. Step 7 Turn the headlight bezel counterclockwise (about 1/4 turn) until it releases the headlight from the back of the headlight assembly. Extract the old headlight and discard it.
  8. Step 8 Insert the new headlight into the headlight assembly. Be careful not to touch the glass of the bulb. Handle it only from the bottom.
  9. Step 9 Replace the bezel and turn 1/4 turn clockwise until it locks into place.
  10. Step 10 Plug the wire back into the headlight and rest the assembly onto the bumper gently so you can turn on the lights to test and make sure the headlight it working properly.
  11. Step 11 Insert the headlight assembly back into place. Replace and tighten the headlight assembly bolts.
  12. Step 12 Put the splash guard into place and place the push pins into position. Insert the pin and its insert into the hole with the pin still in the "up" position. When the insert is seated flush to the splash guard in the hole, simply push the pin down to lock.

Jan 30, 2010 | Pontiac Grand Am Cars & Trucks

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Replace laptop screen


STEP 1.:-Turn off the laptop and remove the battery.There are no screws securing the screen bezel. Start separating the screen bezel from the display cover with your fingers.
STEP 2.:-Continue removing the screen bezel on the top.
STEP 3.:Remove bezel from the hinges.
STEP 4.The screen bezel has been removed.
STEP 5.:Remove six screws securing the LCD screen assembly.
STEP 6.:-Separate LCD screen assembly from the display cover.
STEP 7.:-Place the LCD screen assembly face down on the keyboard. Now you can access the back side of the screen and disconnect cables.
STEP 8.:-Disconnect the video cable connector from the LCD screen controller board.
STEP 9.:-Parts of the video cable could be glued to the screen. Unglue the cable.
STEP 10.:-Disconnect cable from the inverter board.
STEP 11.Remove the LCD screen assembly.If you are replacing the LCD screen you’ll have to transfer mounting brackets from the old screen to a new one.


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Dec 23, 2009 | Fujitsu Siemens AMILO Pro V2010 Notebook

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As i drive after a while the engine cutts off and the oil light comes on! I have replaced all thd plugs the oil pressure swicth the shut down relay the crank sensor and more! I still cant figure it out?


See list of possible causes shown in specific order below. Repair as required. STEP 1): DRIVEABILITY: Check for possible driveability issue that may cause or contribute to engine stall out. Condition may be caused by crankshaft position sensor (CPS) signal drop out. Suggest use Co-Pilot tool to data record the event. Repair as required. STEP 2): COOLER FLOW: Check trans cooler system flow rate. Trans should be fully warmed up. Use special tool 6906A (trans cooler system flush machine). For directions see MasterTech Reference Book #12 / December 1996 or see instruction sheet included with the tool. COOLER FLOW TEST RESULTS: WITH Aux Cooler: Pressure indicated on the gauge should stabilize below (20) psi. WITHOUT Aux Cooler: Pressure indicated on the gauge should stabilize below (30) psi. Higher pressure indicates cooler system is restricted. Repair as required. May require radiator and/or auxiliary cooler replacement. STEP 3): CIRCUIT WIRING: Check TCC (torque converter clutch) solenoid circuit wiring and connectors. Check for shorts to power or ground or chafing (rub-through). Check circuit wiring inside trans pan area. Repair as required. Check for electrical add-on equipment that may be involved. Remove add-on equipment if required and discuss with owner. If no circuit wiring problems are found replace the TCC solenoid. STEP 4): VALVEBODY: Remove and inspect valvebody assembly for stuck valves / cracks / damage / uneven mating surfaces / loose retaining screws / other. Check all mating surfaces with a precision straight edge tool. Clean and recondition valvebody assembly as required. Torque all screws to proper specification. Replace valvebody assembly if necessary. STEP 5): PUMP ASSEMBLY: Replace trans pump assembly / input shaft / seal rings / torque converter.


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Jul 08, 2009 | 1996 Dodge Ram 2500 Club Cab

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Instruction manual to put bicycle together.


Too long and complicated to go over everything sooo....Google bicycle assembly and your answers are at your fingertips....good luck to you friend....Tim

Apr 03, 2009 | Cycling

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Good morning, re: Canon Ixus 40 camera. Disassembeled the lense assembly. Lookibg for a step by step assembly instruction - how to insert and align correctly the lense concentric cylinders. Thanks Amos


From memory, you can unsolder the motor using solderwick. I would advise against unsoldering the photointerrupter however as it could be damaged easily. It wont completely detatch the circuit but will give you enough to dissassemble. Hope this helps.

Feb 28, 2009 | Canon PowerShot S400 / IXUS 400 Digital...

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Cosco metal crib assembly instructions


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Oct 21, 2007 | Cosco Metal Crib

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