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Sounds like base gasket at roof is loose or defective to start with. Try removing ceiling assembly enough to tighten 4 bolts that secure roof unit to inside bracket. Do not compress too much, just snug them all evenly and see if water slows or stops. If not, you will have to remove upper unit (roof) and replace gasket and re-secure but don't tighten to excessive, only compress gasket approx half of original thickness. Also make sure upper unit is aligned properly with opening of roof.
The ignition unit will be behind the starter cover, remove the screws securing the cover, remove the starter, the unit will be to the left of the flywheel, it is not servicable, remove the two securing screws and pull the unit away, when re fitting a replacement unit set the air gap between the unit and fltwheek to 0.3mm
If you have the flatbed they are for securing the load. If you have the child carrier they are either the straps that act as cusions or the ones for securing the child. The straps on the outside are for starpping accesories and structure.
NOTE: When fitting the wires, be sure to use those specified below. Machine front: (P/N: 2C91236), gray Machine rear: (P/N: 2C91235), black Fitting requires the following tools Two frame securing tools (P/N 302C968310) Two scanner wire stoppers (P/N 3596811)
Procedure 1. Remove the rear cover.
2. Remove the screw and remove the scanner wire drum gear from the rear side of themachine.
3. Remove the stop ring and bush.
4. Remove the stop ring and bush from the front of the machine.
5. Remove the scanner wire drum shaft from the scanner unit.
6. Insert the locating ball on each of the scanner wires into the hole in the respective scanner wire drum and wind the scanner wire three turns inward and four turns outward. With the locating ball as the reference point, wind the shorter end of each of the wires outward.
7. Secure the scanner wires using the scanner wire stoppers.
8. Refit the scanner wire drum shaft to the scanner unit.
9. Insert the two frame securing tools into the positioning holes at the front and rear of the scanner unit to fix the mirror 2 frame in position.
10. Loop the outer ends of the scanner wires around the outer grooves in the pulleys on the mirror 2 frame, winding from below to above.
11. Hook the round terminals onto the catches inside the scanner unit.
12. Loop the inner ends of the scanner wires around the grooves in the pulleys at the left of the scanner unit, winding from below to above.
13. Loop the scanner wires around the inner grooves in the pulleys on the mirror 2 frame, winding from above to below.
14.Wind the scanner wires around the grooves in the scanner wire guides at the left of the scanner unit.
15. Hook the round terminals onto the scanner wire springs.
16. Remove two scanner wire stoppers and frame securing tools.
17. Focusing on the locating ball of the wire drum, move aside the wires to inside.
18.Move the mirror 2 frame from side to side to correctly locate the wires in position.
19. Put the mirror 1 frame on the scanner rail and move it toward the left side of the machine.
20. Insert the frame securing tools into the positioning holes (leftmost holes) at the front and rear of the scanner unit and screw the mirror 1 frame while securing both the mirror 1 frame and the mirror 2 frame.
Disconnect the negative battery terminal to prevent
an accidental short circuit.
Using a small screwdriver, unclip the perimeter
of the radio trim bezel. Disconnect the climate
control and rear defroster wiring and remove
the bezel. Remove (4) Phillips screws securing
the factory head unit/trim bezel assembly.
Loosen (2) Phillips screws securing the back of
the head unit to the metal housing and slide the
unit out. (It is NOT necessary to remove the
screws securing the metal housing to the
bezel). Disconnect the wiring. (Fig. A)
After removing all connections and wiring from the tank and the sending unit and depressurize fuel system and drain the fuel tank and most importantly TO DISCONNECT THE BATTERY this is what you have to do :
1- Make sure to mark the wires for the sending unit so that you do not have a problem connecting in the correct place.
2- Remove bolts securing spare wheel mounting bracket and remove bracket.
3- Remove tank upper insulation pad.
4- Disconnect fuel pump harness from evaporative loss flange connection
5- Release harness attached to tank retaining straps and reposition harness downward.
6- Disconnect vapor pipe assembly from underbody pipe.
7- Push back collars on quickfit connectors and remove vapor pipe and over-pressure pipe from evaporative loss flange port.
8- Remove bolts securing tank retaining straps.
9- reposition straps upwards for access.
10- Remove strap holding filler housing solenoid block connector to harness and disconnect connector.
11- Disconnect drain tube from aperture seal (small pipe beside big one)
12- Open filler cap and remove filler neck garter spring.
13- Remove filler housing bolts.
14- Displace filler housing from body opening
15- Remove fuel tank.
16- Remove hose from evaporative loss flange and filler neck , ( Bend weld tag upwards to release hose).
17- Remove evaporative loss flange lock ring.
18- Lift flange from tank enough to disconnect fuel pump harness.
19- Remove flange and seal.
20- Inside tank , loosen hose clamps and remove fuel hoses from fuel pump module.
21- Remove fuel pump module and mounting rubber , note position of mounting rubber lugs.
22- Loosen hose clamps and remove two fuel hoses inside tank.
23- Remove tank sending unit.
24- Remove magnetic drain plug and make sure that you clean it well.
That is it your tank is out , and make sure that you mark every thing that you disconnected to install back in its proper place.
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Removal NOTE: On some vehicles, fuel gauge sending unit is not available separately. On those vehicles, to replace sending unit, replace entire fuel pump .
Remove fuel tank as described in this section.
Removal and Installation NOTE: Make sure fuel tank is properly supported during removal and installation procedures.
Drain fuel from fuel tank .
Loosen fill pipe clamp.
Remove bolts securing shield and bracket assembly to frame (5005) and remove assembly from vehicle.
Remove fuel tank filler pipe from vehicle.
Support fuel tank .
Remove bolts and nuts from rear fuel tank support strap and remove rear fuel tank support strap .
Remove bolt and nut from front fuel tank support strap and remove front fuel tank support strap .
Lower fuel tank .
Remove fuel feed hose at sender push connector.
Remove fuel return hose at sender unit push connector.
Disconnect sender and fuel pump electrical connector.
Remove fuel vapor hose from fuel vapor valve .
Lower fuel tank from vehicle
Remove fuel tank to bench. Remove any dirt that has accumulated around the fuel pump attaching flange so that it will not enter the fuel tank during fuel pump removal.
Turn the fuel tank sending unit locking retainer ring (9A307) counterclockwise with the Fuel Tank Lock Ring Wrench Tool T90T-9275-A or T86T-9275-A and remove fuel tank sending unit locking retainer ring .
Remove the fuel pump and sender assembly.
Remove fuel pump mounting gasket (9417) and discard.
If necessary, disconnect spade connector and remove two screws and fuel gauge sending unit.
not specific for snowboard buy general rack use : 1. The Lighter the Better
Most minivan roof racks are designed for carrying lightweight objects -- like skis, small ladders, well-secured aerodynamic cargo containers (like those offered by Thule) and other light loads.
2. Mind the Center of Gravity
Putting heavy boxes, bulky luggage and other weighty objects on your roof will raise the center of gravity of your vehicle, which could increase the chances of a rollover during emergency maneuvering or in the event of an accident.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) also encourages drivers to follow auto manufacturer guidelines for roof rack usage.
* Rollover Risk: Load Vehicles Properly [NHTSA]
3. Strap and Secure
Improperly secured roof cargo can also fly off and strike vehicles travelling behind you, sometimes with tragic results.
Remember: Only put lightweight objects on your roof rack, secure cargo properly with tie-downs and strong cord, and consider purchasing an aerodynamic cargo container if you plan on using your roof rack to frequently carry light loads.
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