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Take off the negative battery terminal first. Use pliers to pull the fuse remnants out. If not enough room, try removing surrounding fuses. The fuse only has two spade terminals into the fuse block. Pull on them back and forth until loose.

Chevrolet... | Answered on Feb 19, 2013

I would need to know where the noise is coming from.
The starter could have failed, or you could have a bad connection between the starter and the battery.

Chevrolet... | Answered on Dec 09, 2012

It's hard to say exactly what it is, but here is the best and fastest way to check it yourself. Safely jack the tire off the ground so you can freely spin it. An remember do all of this with the tire on. It will give you the leverage you will need and it simulates more real world conditions. But after you jack the tire and rim off the ground. Spin in backwards and forwards and see if you can hear any noises. Also grab the tire and see if there is any up and down or left and right slack or play in it. If there is. You may have a bad wheel bearing. The reason it wasn't detected was because it hard to properly diagnos a bearing if you don't have enough leverage to apply pressure to the bear. Where as leaving the tire and rim on you were able to creat the leverage and pressure to check for slack and wear in the wheel bearing. Hope this helps.

Chevrolet... | Answered on Nov 28, 2012

Try to see if you can get view the are where the plugs are firing in the dark. Check for arcing off the plug or wires to the metal engine parts. I fought with a vehicle for days trying to determine a misfire problem on a car that we just put new plugs, wires, and coils on. Turns out the ceramic insulator on one of the BRAND NEW plugs had a hairline crack down the length of the insulator. You could not see if with the naked eye, but you could feel it if you ran your finger over it. Easiest to find if you can run the engine in a dark garage.

Chevrolet... | Answered on Nov 24, 2012

i had an incident last weekend when all the power windows in my car would not work....took it to garage..their first thougth was a fuse but they could not find the solution..wanted me to leave car..said it must be a broken wire inside the door,,,,was checking the internet later....found ththat a sloution the often works is to disconnecct the negative battery cable for 10 minutes...whihc evividently resets the car computer and any issues...did this..everything works...who knows??worth a try

Chevrolet... | Answered on Sep 18, 2012

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