Question about Geo Tracker
as long as nothing is stuck in track and you hear no noise when using switches, look for broken wire at connector or in harness. ck fuse first of course, if blown, something may be stuck in track causing it to stop and blowing fuse
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
A year is not a good sign. The belt should not have come off in that span of time. I would make sure you do not have a worn out idler or tensioner pulley bearing before installing your new belt or reinstalling the original if it is not worn or damaged.
You will find one or two small pulleys involved with drive belt. One of the smaller pulleys will be an "idler" pulley and simply redirects the belt to a different accessory. The other small pulley is considered a "tensioner" pulley, it is spring loaded and keeps the correct tension on the accessory belt.
The tensioner pulley will have a "squared" hole in the bracket or a bolt through the center of the pulley. In either case you will use a wrench to pry the tensioner pulley arm in the direction that loosens the belt. Once tension is relieved, pull the belt off a pulley and remove the belt. You will reverse the process to install the new belt.
Good luck and let me know.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
i had the same prob when i got my durango.i set the seat where i was cumfortable and still where my wife could be cumfortable drilled two small holes on the side of the rail and shot two rivets through it.all the other controls work the same but it doesnt go back and forth anymore.works for me ,alot cheeper than a power seat.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Interior or exterior handle? Remove the door panel first. They make a special tool for removing the window crank, but usually you can get it off with a screwdriver. There is a little clip under the crank that needs to be removed first. Then remove the door handle itself, this has a screw in it. Then pull the panel off. With the window in the fully down position or the up position you should be able to get to the handle itself for the exterior. If it's an interior handle just remove that without taking the door handle off. This is all pretty self explanatory once you see it.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
It could be the power lock motor. You could have a short or bad wiring harness. Might just be a fuse that connects to both. But since you said it's only the driver side. When the power lock motor is bad it can trigger your alarm because they're wired together.
Hope that helps. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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that can cause this beeping to happen. Problems in the Air Bag system, Seat
Belts, Low Fuel, door or trunk Ajar, Low Washer fluid, Parking Brake on, Going
too fast, Turn Signal On, Key-In Ignition, Exterior Lamps ON, Warning Lamp
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see if there are any codes stored in the computer, if needed.
Cycle the ignition key
On - Off - On - Off - On within 5 seconds.
2. Count the number of times the Engine light flashes. The number of flashes represents the code. There is a slight pause between the flashes representing the first and second digits of the code. All codes are 2 digits. There are longer pauses separate individual two digit trouble codes.
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