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It is very easy to quiet your backup alarm. All you need is a small philips [+] screw driver and a piece of electrical tape about 1 inch square. Raise the "hatch cover" under your feet by removing the two small phillips head screws on either side of the raised edge. Locate the small round black son-alert taped in line with one of the wiring harnesses. You will see an opening in the center of one side of the Son-alert. That is where the "beep" comes from. Prove you have the correct part in hand by turning on your key switch and pressing the horn button, first with your finger over the hole in the son-alert and then without your finger covering the hole. You will hear a very big difference if you have the right part. Now you can put your piece of electrical tape in place over the hole and try it again. It will be much quieter. DO NOT CUT THE WIRES LEADING TO THE SON-ALERT! If you still want it quieter use a thicker, more sound deadening cover over the hole, but cutting the harness to disconnect the sona-alert entirely will lead to unintended consequences.
remove lock slide with a small screwdriver it pops out. should be a screw behind it (7mm) then there is another screw i believe under the grab handle towards back of it you will see a hole about size of your pinky finger another 7mm up in there. some have a plastic cap at front of panel about quarter/nickel size pop this off and will be a torx bit screw under it. also the top cover that hides the mirror bolts it pops off just clipped on when you have screws lout panel lifts up and then off and you can access the wires at switch to disconnect.
Don't know what kind of transmission you are dealing with-but I suspect it's a manual trans. To check gear oil level-crawl under car and look for a "plug"-it usually has a four sided wrench flat-or-it will have a "square" hole that will have the same size as a ratchet wrench's "drive" (3/8" or 1/2"). Remove the plug-gently insert a pinky finger in it-pointing downward. Pull finger out-if there is oil on finger-you are probably fine. If it was a bit of a reach-little oil on finger-you may need to add gear oil.Insert a hose into plug hole-run it up to outside of car and pour gearoil into it using a funnel. When oil starts spilling out of plug hole-you have enough oil added to trans.Gear oil is thick-it will take awhile for it to flow thru hose-heating oil up helps a bit.
You have to get under the car. There is a plug on the side of the transmission about halfway up. Take out the plug. Tthe fluid should be up to the level of this hole (you can stick your pinkie finger into the hole to see if the fluid is there). This is also where you fill the tranny. Get a plastic squeeze bottle of the proper fluid (check your owners manual) and put a short hose on the end so you can get it into the hole, or get a small pump that auto parts stores have for this purpose. Keep adding fluid unitl it runs out. Put the plug back in. Its a messy job, put papers down before you start.
there is a small plug on the passenger side of the diff near the top, you open it with a 3/8" ratchet. stick your pinky finger in, if you can touch fluid within a half inch of the hole the fluid is ok.
Hi, It was better if you have specified the brand of the cd drive. However the following would fix your problem.
1. If you have noticed earlier , check for a small hole ( the size of a pin ) on the front of the cd drive just below the tray which opens. depending upon the brand of the cd the whole might be located anywhere ( below or above, right or left corner ).
2. Having located the hole. Get yourself a Pin or a Safety Pin or a copper wire. Insert the pin or the wire inside the hole which will release the clamp inside and now manually try to pull the Cd drive with your finger nails..
if the holes not very big then it wont efect it (the size of a pinki nail)but if its a little bigger then use some real good silicone. put a piece of real thin paper on the back side of the whole and put a thin layer over the paper then get as much of the paper off as u can