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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you purchase a wiper blade, the step-by-step instructions are included in the package. It will be a matter of carefully pulling up and out, then reverse the steps to install.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The big red battery wire goes to the bigger terminal on the starter solenoid.There may be another red wire smaller in diameter but the eye should be same as the battery wire that also goes to the to the same solenoid terminal.
The third wire small again ,might be yellow/orange or red with a small eye goes to the start terminal on the starter solinod.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Well you hit all the major ones, could be crank position sensor, ignition module, a bad coil pack (it should have 3), you need to check that you have spark to each plug while the engine is turning over (!!!be careful as this will hurt if you get shocked!!!), this will rule out coil packs. if you have no spark to any plug your looking at a bad ingnition module (which is what the coil packs bolt to). Hope this gets you on the right track!
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
Your problem is located behind the ignition switch.Remove the covers of a steering column behind the steering wheel.There is 5 or 6 wires around on black or white plastic switch.Change it.ATT ! Before removing the steering wheel disconect the battery and wait for at list 10 min. to deactivate the SRS airbags.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
The only way to know where the concern is would be to retrieve the trouble codes; without scan tool, this information not provided by the manufacturer.
Self-diagnosis procedures (with the diagnostic scan tool):
- With the ignition switch OFF, connect the diagnostic scan tool (Hi-scan pro) to the data link connector located under side of master vacuum in engine compartment.
- Make sure the ignition switch is in the on position, and then choose correct vehicle and model, proceed to diagnostic data link menu item.
- Choose the inspection item after initializing the unit.
- Press malfunction code detection No. 1 and diagnostic scan tool will display any malfunction code found.
Notice: A malfunction code is a four-digit number that is continuously output until the failure code is erased by the diagnostic scan tool.
- From the list of failure codes, verify the failed part and repair it according to self-diagnosis procedures.
- After repair, erase all malfunction codes stored in the ABS control unit by selecting inspection item (No. 4).
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Posted on Nov 19, 2011
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