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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: not holding on slopes
Take a look underneath for cable running to each rear wheel & then come together at one cable going forward. Adjustment should be in that "Y" area.
Posted on May 10, 2009
The trim snaps in, no screws! I have used a hook type screwdriver, the kind used to install springs... I carefully insert the tool between the lower left corner of the radio and the bezel. Rotate the tool 90 degrees toward the bezel and pull straight out. Id say it comes off with maybe 15 pounds of pulling force. The radio is screwed in with brackets. You'll see once the bezel is off. **Keep in mind that many Optimas use an external amp located between the right rear door and wheel well. Also, some use 2 ohm speakers, all the way around. You may need to change all of it to upgrade your sound system, I did**. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
It is only a four bolt sistem to change after the brake *** is removed. U may also have to remove the upper and lower control arms.
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
take out all the screws in the door handles etc,slide the chrome suround forwards on the interior doorpull and remove.then, very carefully prise off the inner door panel(use a Y tool for the clips,or a wide screwdiver..you will break some) with the window up,you will be able to see a wire hanging down from the outside handle,it is the clip that holds this on that is broken(very common)if the clip is okay then you will have to see what else is needed.but it will be obvious.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
SOURCE: my problem in my car
once I have a problem similar the mecanic solve it by soldering the air bag cables under the seats, because the plugs having bad conections. its easy and cheap.
Posted on Feb 04, 2011
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