Make sure the back (where the baby places his/her back) of the seat is all the way upright. There is a cord on the back of the seat which you can adjust to move the seat to a fully upright position or down to a "sleeping" position. This will give you maximum space in which you can place items below. This is the only way... There is no way to lower the storage compartment - believe me, I've had the product for two years.
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1) Front End Sensor - Right--Located under the front hood in the engine compartment (2) I/P Air Bag--Located at the top right under the instrument panel (3) Roof Rail Air Bag - Right--Located under the headliner, extending from the passenger front windshield pillar to the passenger rear windshield pillar (4) Side Impact Sensor (SIS) - RF--Located under the right front door trim near the lower rear of the door frame (5) Sensing and Diagnostic Module (SDM)--Located underneath the vehicle carpet under the center console (6) Seat Belt Pretensioner - RF--Located under the trim near the bottom of the center pillar (7) Side Impact Sensor (SIS) - RR--Located under the right rear door trim near the lower rear of the door frame (8) Roof Rail Module - Right--Located behind the garnish molding on the upper rear pillar (9) Roof Rail Module - Left--Located behind garnish molding on the upper rear pillar (10) Side Impact Sensor (SIS) - LR--Located under the left rear door trim near the lower rear of the door frame (11) Seat Belt Pretensioner - LF--Located under the trim near the bottom of the center pillar (12) Side Impact Sensor (SIS) - LF--Located under the left front door trim near the lower rear of the door frame (13) Roof Rail Air Bag - Left--Located under the headliner, extending from the driver front windshield pillar to the driver rear windshield pillar (14) Steering Wheel Air Bag--Located on the steering wheel (15) Vehicle Battery--Located at the front left of the engine compartment. (16) Front End Sensor - Left--Located under the front hood in the engine compartment
Take out the speakers and take an ohm meter and measure from both speaker connections on the speaker and see if there is an resistance or connections to the frame of the speakers. Next see how many ohms the original speakers where, and what these speakers are. If they are different, you may have blown the amp or the head unit. Good Luck
There could be a couple of problems, first and easiest is the rear height sensor became disconnected from its mount. This is common because the sponsor clips on by a kinda weak spring and can be easily disconnected.also where the sensor mounts is a small round metal ball that screws onto frame and rear suspension, the balls after time wear to the point that the sensor spring cannot hold on.there's also an adjustment on the lower mount, if you move it up the vehicle will lower....then you could have a concern with the air compressor vent not allowing it to vent down to ride height. Or the vent solenoid on top of each bag stuck also not allowing it to vent..to ck it yourself, go for a short ride around the block and when you come back park on a level surface, shut off car, exit and close door....listen for an auditable click in the rear, and front left corner of car and watch the distance between rite and wheel lip, see if it drops. If it does I would be leaning towards the simple adjustment...also check thr front ride height on level surface, if you have a suspension problem on 1side of the car and it sits lower,it will throw off rear ride height. ...
The belts need to be "snug" but not over tight. If your debris screen is clean and you are getting good flow through the cleaner with water, but it is still not moving, this is a drive issue. It appears you are confident in understanding the mechanics of your pool cleaner, this should not be a difficult task. Lets first troubleshoot the cleaner:
With the Polaris turned off, spin each of the wheels. All wheels should turn together. If not, replace the Drive Belt.
Check the filter screen in the Quick Disconnect and clean if necessary.
Clean the skimmer basket, pump basket, and pool filter.
Check the hoses, connections, and swivels for leaks that could cause loss of water pressure.
Check the wheel RPM.
Lets Replace the Belts:
(You'll need a screwdriver and replacement belts before you get started)
OR you can take your cleaner into a local pool supply store and have them install the belts for you!
Remove the bag from the pool pump. Disconnect the collar of the bag from the feed house on the pump. Push in on the metal prongs to release the bag.Find and remove the four screws that are used to secure the frame to the base of the unit with a screwdriver.Lift up on the frame while pulling back at a 45-degree angle. Lift the frame off the base and set it aside.Push on the front belt while turning the wheel to disengage the belt from the pulley. Repeat this process for the rear belt. Take the belts out and set them aside.Place the new belts over the axle block shafts.Push the front belt onto the pulley while turning the wheel to put the front belt back on the pump. Repeat this step for the rear belt.Set the frame back in place on the base of the pump. Secure the frame by tightening the screws with the screwdriver.Attach the bag onto the pool pump and connect it to the collar to complete the project.
Before folding the treadmill, adjust the incline to the lowest position. If you do not do this, you may damage the treadmill when you fold it. Remove the key and unplug the power cord. CAUTION: You must be able to safely lift 45 lbs. (20 kg) to raise, lower, or move the treadmill.
Hold the metal frame firmly in the location shown by the arrow at the right. CAUTION: To decrease the possibility of injury, do not lift the frame by the plastic foot rails. Make sure to bend your legs and keep your back straight as you raise the frame. Raise the frame about halfway to the vertical position.
Raise the frame until the latch knob locks into the storage position. Make sure that the latch knob is locked in the storage position.
To protect the floor or carpet from damage, place a mat under the treadmill. Keep the treadmill out of direct sunlight. Do not leave the treadmill in the storage position in temperatures above 85° F (30° C).
To lower follow this procedure:
Hold the upper end of the treadmill with your right hand. Pull the latch knob to the left and hold it. It may be necessary to push the frame forward as you pull the knob to the left. Pivot the frame downward and release the latch knob.
Hold the metal frame firmly with both hands and lower it to the floor. CAUTION: Do not grip only the plastic foot rails or drop the frame to the floor. Bend your legs and keep your back straight.
Remove lower basket completly put a bag around the arm that goes to the back of the machine (this will stop water going to the lower arm. Put the lower basket back into the machine and set the rinse cycle, this should clear the blockage if it does not your in trouble!
try removing the front wheel by pressing the two black dots either side of the tubular frame and sliding the wheel out. then slide the metal end of the basket up the groove under the front tubing.the two velcro straps fasten to each end of the back axle. (the basket should have the quinny symbol on the underside)
On this model vehicle the rear shockers should have air bags to keep car at normal ride height, when load changes. The air bag can sometimes become caught between inner and outer tubes of shocker when car is raised and lowered quickly. You will need to jack car up from tow hitch or frame to lower rear axle, this will unfold air bag, slowly lower car, with ignition on, this will make sure air compressor is filling air bags as they take the load. Hope this is helpful, MMP