Question about Motorola Mobility W375 Cellular Phone
My W375 doesn't turn on without any resons
This may sound a little obvious but I've had this problem as well, I'm new to this mobile phone technology and a bit of a luddite to boot, the W375 is a flip top phone and I assumed this was how you turned it on, but not so - although it turns on when you do open it, sometimes it does not, I took this back into the shop the other week only to have some smart arse salesmen tell me there was nothing wrong with it, I have had the same problem today after recharging the battery, the screen is dead and none of the buttons are lit but I may have come up with the solution, try pressing the red button for two seconds, the phone comes to life going through a little intro animation and then goes to your normal screen, horray, let this be a warning to anyone who does't read the phone manual before using it. If this works please send a message telling everyone you are as stupid as the next guy.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
Try a new battery if that does not help, then take te phone to a mobile service center and have them reflash the phone to bring it back to life.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You'll need an extension arm for your socket wrench or else you can't reach two of the bolts.(without great pain)
There are 4 bolts holding it on, a rubber tube that holds it to the intake snorkel, and on the underside you'll find a wire attached via a green clip (which after unbolting will prevent you from lifting the resonator chamber straight out).
Where the resonator chamber connects to the airbox you'll find these two bolts, you'll be able to reach the top bolt without the extension arm, however you'll need the extension to undo the lower bolt.
*Also* on the underside of where these bolts are, is a cable that is attached to the resonator's mounting bracket via a green clip. to remove the green clip there is a little notch you must press on to release the clip. since you can't see it when you're doing it, i didn't bother trying to take a picture...you'll have to feel it out.
Tucked between the resonator chamber and the battery is this bolt which you will definitely need a socket wrench with an extension to reach, unless you feel like removing your battery..
After unbolting, you'll also wish to wriggle the rubber tube off of the resonator chamber. It's just held there with friction...so twist it, turn it, and pull it. It will eventually come off.
Alright this last bolt is easiest to remove, just undo it and voila....
Okay you should have removed 4 bolts, unclipped the cable from underneath the first two, wriggled off the rubber tube that connects the resonator chamber to the plastic snorkel, and wriggled the resonator chamber from the airbox.
With that done, a little more wriggling, twisting, and pulling should have you holding the resonator chamber in your hands leaving nice free space in the engine bay.
You can now put in your shiny new intake (DIY AEM CAI Install), or leave it off for that throaty sound when you mash on your gas..or for whatever reason you wanted to remove your resonator for.
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