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Almost all door panels are attached by: SMALL PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWS- these are found all around the door panel. They are normally hidden by; small plastic grommets (round, flat plastic push tabs used to cover and make it look pretty!) -remove with flat head screwdriver or your nails at-own risk, THE SPEAKER COVER- -easily popped off by squeezing outer edges inwards releasing the male part on the speaker cover from the slot on the door panel and THE RUBBER OR PLASTIC COVER- found on the inner side of the door handle -this cover may not be there for your model and you may see the screw or the grommet. If not, remove cover with flat head screw driver or needle nose plyers, then remove screw/s
Tips: 1)check for grommets if screw/s are not in plain sight)- plastic push tabs (flat head and round about a 1/4 to a 1/2 inch in diameter, normally matches the car door panel and fits flush with the panel as well so look closely! You will need a flat head screw driver for this part or try your nails at own risk.),
2) Once you have removed all the screws and or push tabs shake the panel to pin point any remaining screws or tabs. Some times there are slots in the door frame that join with the male part located on the inner side (touches the door) of the plastic panel.
On my 2003 trailblazer (as far as I know they are the same), See note below for passenger side. Remove the dust cover on the back of the head light assembly (black round rubber cover about 3" in diameter, just pull it off), disconnect the plug on the bulb, turn the bulb a 1/8 turn and pull it out. Then reverse the process for assembly. ***NOTE***If you are trying to replace one of the bulbs on the passenger side, remove the air filter housing cover and displace the filter for access to the dust covers on the back of the head light. 2 screws hold the air filter housing cover on, one directly behind it and one on the side (drivers side of air filter housing).
Check over on the passenger side under the hood by the fire wall, there will be some elec. connection, just below that there will be a small vacum line that should go into your fire wall, check that it has vacum, it should also have a one way valve, small round looking some time that get clog, needs to have vacum that is what power the blend door's.
See note below for passenger side. Remove the dust cover on the back of
the head light assembly (black round rubber cover about 3" in diameter,
just pull it off), disconnect the plug on the bulb, turn the bulb
a 1/8 turn and pull it out. Then reverse the process for assembly.
***NOTE***If you are trying to replace one of the bulbs on the
passenger side, remove the air filter housing cover and displace the
filter for access to the dust covers on the back of the head light. 2
screws hold the air filter housing cover on, one directly behind it and
one on the side (drivers side of air filter housing).
one. open pass side door-look under dash area towards right side (may have a plastic cover to take off before you can see under dash) look for big round (about at least 6-10 inches diamator) looking thing may look triangular with three screws at the corners with a big connector going to it. - Unplug the connector by pushing in the little tab first and pulling apart. - remove the three screws- idk exactly what they are- may me phillips head, torx head, or if its a ford prob has a small 7mm or 8mm bolt head- for that you would need a small 1/4 inch ratchet and 1/4 inch drive 7 or 8 mm socket. -Once you remove the screws the blower motor should drop right down. replace with new one and install in reverse order.
Ok. Under the hood on the passenger side next to the turbocharger and behind the transmission dipstick and oil fill tube is a round vacuum valve about 2 inches in diameter.It should have a small gray vacuum hose going to it. It probably fell off. Check that first and let me know what happens. Good luck.
Thank you for sharing the information on the light bulb. You just saved me money from having to take my 2003 Trailblazer in to have the low beam bulb replaced. I did exactly what you said.
1 Open hood and lock.
2. Take filter cover off (4 screws and they stay with the filter).
3. 3 inch cover pulls off.
4. Twist light bulb 1/8 turn.
5. Unclip the wiring harness to light bulb assembly.
6. Test by turning light switch on.
7. Align assembly with light housing and turn 1/8 until it snaps in.
8. Put 3 inch cover back on.
9. Place filter cover back on and hand tight the 4 screws.
10. Close hood.
The a/c drain tube will be located on the firewall. It will be on the passenger side twards the bottom of the firewall. It will be about 3/8 inch in diameter, and about 1-2 inches long sticking out of the firewall. You will probably need to get under the vehicle to gain acess.
Sounds like a cable problem. There is a Y cable that runs from the inner side of the passenger seat behind the plastic trim. This is a single cable. Goes under the seat and splits to go to each side. When the seat is folded forward it pulls this cable and releases both sliders. Toyota Part Number 72210-89105. It is about 30 dollars. check out these pictures: http://www.yotatech.com/showthread.php?t=101496. If you have anyother questions let me know.