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Disconnect the battery for 1 hour before you start and the air bag will be safe, be very careful when removing it, they are still an explosive device.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: Turn signal/ Emergency Flasher
yes happens all the time. I've had to replace mine like many other vette owners. Order it from gmpartsdirect.com and search vette forums for how to replace hazard switch. You should find the directions on how to replace it without taking apart the whole dash. Not very diffiecult.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
On all C/K's of this body-type 88-98, the fuel filter is located under the driver's side door inside the frame rail near the crossmember that supports the tail of the transmission. Replace it with AC Delco part GF-626, FRAM part G3727, or other comparable brand corresponding metal bodied filter. You should use a flare-nut wrench for the line fitting and one for the filter fitting. I'm not sure of the size needed for the filter, but the line should be 5/8". For SFI engines ('96 and later) you need to bleed off the pressure in the line. Locate the pressure test port on the fuel rail under the hood, remove the cap, press valve to relieve line pressure and recap valve. If ground clearance is not high enough to get under vehicle and work, raise it with jack and rest frame on jackstands. * Caution: Fuel in lines and filter will run out once fittings are undone. Use fuel safe container to catch fuel spill. Take wrenches and hold filter from rotating, while loosening line fittings. Remove Filter from bracket by sliding and manipulating fuel lines for clearance, and slide filter out of bracket. Reassembly is reverse of disassembly. Tighten fittings snugly. Reconnect battery, turn ignition on (do not start). Pump will make brief whirring sound - less than 5 seconds. Check for leaks. No leaks - good. Now you can drive again.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks For the tips should i use Plumbers tape on both ends of fuel filter before tightening?"
Hello, the steering position sensor just snaps into the bottom of the steering column. remove the steering shaft at the bottom of steering column, then slide the sensor off
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
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