The platic "lug nut" covers have to be removed to access three screws on each wheel. They are hard to get off without breaking them. If you look carfully you well see that is a tab on two sides of each "nut". They have to be compressed to release. After breaking two, I found that a narrow xacto blade can be pushed into the tab slot on one side. A put pressure on the blade so that the tip forces the tab toward center of the nut. A slight twist should pop on side free. The other side will come free easier. There are five on each side. Only the front and the two in rear have screw behind them. Once you remove the "nuts", and the wheel, the other screws are obvious. Two under each wheel. Two at the top of the cover and two on the video input board.
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The easiest way is to open back trunk open any coverings or carpet pull it back to gain access to the bulb socket once you see the socket twist it counter clock wise and remove remove the bulb and replace with new one once installed have someone step on your brake pedal to confirm working then put upholstery back and you =have completed changing your brake light bulb.
To replace, first remove the back cover by removing the two screws. Then remove the two plastic clips that are in the wat of fully accessing the batteries. You can then access the batteries and circuit board inside. For easiest installation, it is suggested that you use a modified installation technique. This is to break the tabs off of the old batteries rather than unsoldering them from the circuit board. This allows the old batteries to be removed but leaves the tabs attached to the circuit board. You can then solder the tabs from the new batteries to the old existing tabs
I just did this. Remove the fender liner Remove the mud guard
There are several 6mm flange bolts with 10mm heads. 3 along the inside of the hood 1 behind the top of the door accessible with the door open 2 on the bottom of the door behind the mud guard 2 behind the bumper cover, the headlight is attached to one of these. There is a screw holding the end of the bumper to the fender. Remove it and pull the cover away from the fender. There is a large plastic clip inserted into the fender next to the two bolts that holds the bumper
cover but should release when you pull the cover.
The headlight has two dowel pins that insert into the fender, removing the headlight may be better but you have to remove the bumper to get to some of the headlight assembly bolts. There are 4 bolts holding on the bumper that are accessible through the turn signal holes. The bumper will "fall" about an inch and sit on some collar bolts so it can be lifted off without one side falling (a neat feature). The turn signal is held by one Phillips screw accessible through a special hole on the inboard side of the bumper with your longest Phillips screwdriver.
On my 01 Bonneville SE you can access the fuel pump from inside the trunk after removing the trunk carpeting. THere are 5 10mm bolts holding an aluminum cover on. It was still sealled pretty well after the bolts were removed and I had to carefully pry the cover off in a couple different spots to break the seal.
Here is a picture after the carpet is removed. I removed the spare though I'm not really sure why. (I did already remove the 5 bolts in this picture). ITs on the passenger side closer to the back seat. I actually found it easier removing the bolts from inside the car reaching through the armrest in the back seat.
Here is another picture after the cover had been removed. I do not believe it is necessary to remove the tank for our application.
Autozone's website does have a pretty good step by step direction. Registration is free. Easiest way to find the directions is to search for the part you're replacing, in this case the fuel pump, and then click on the repair guide on the left side of the screen.
Typically there are two screws on each hinge that is mounted inside the back of the laptop. You'll have to get the top indicator panel off to get to the connector(s) coming from the LCD. The usual process is unclip the wiring harneses and then remove the screws, and the screen and hinges come out. Replacement is the reverse.
Some laptops you have to remove the entire top of the laptop (keyboard/touchpad first, then the cover assembly. Others you can just pop the rear button cover (usually where the LED indicators and power button are located) and access the LCD connectors there. Best way is to go to HP and find the service manual information which will tell you how to remove that specific piece of hardware.
The sending unit located in the gas tank must be replaced on most of these cars you can gain access to it by removing the back seat revealing an access cover allowing you to get to the sending unit remove retaining screws or locking ring and replace. You probably should be grounded and have a Haynse repair manual handy to walk you through this job it's not the easiest job but not to hard either unless the gas tank must be dropped down to access the sending unit if that's the case have a shop do the job that job is pretty tough.
Hi, much easier to access the front screens (there are 2 sandwiched together) by removing the top back cover, be prepared for lots of screws and when you get down to the last 2-3 screws get some help, on the inside of the back cover is a large mirror, some are made of mylar, do NOT clean or even touch a mylar mirror, the others are made of real glass and the back will be much heavier than you think (and very expensive if you break it)once the back is removed you should have access to the bug, good luck, video-tek