Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 24-05-2015
1. FRONT SIDE BELT NOTE: Perform the following procedures 1 to 4 with the engine installed to the body. Zoom Sized for Print 1. Remove the V-belt cover. Zoom Sized for Print 2. Loosen the lock bolt (A). 3. Loosen the slider bolt (B). 4. Remove the front side belt (C). 2. REAR SIDE BELT 1. Loosen the lock nut (A). 2. Loosen the slider bolt (B). 3. Remove the A/C belt. Zoom Sized for Print 4. Remove the A/C belt tensioner.
Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 24-05-2015
Removing: CAUTION: Follow safety measures for releasing fuel pressure in high pressure area. NOTE: Observe the rules for cleanliness If a fuel injector was pulled out of cylinder head when removing the intake manifold, the Teflon sealing ring must be replaced. Intake manifold, assembly overview. Remove Throttle Valve Control Module J338. Disconnect all electrical harness connectors necessary. Disconnect vacuum hose between intake manifold and vacuum pump from intake manifold. CAUTION: Fuel supply line is under pressure. Wear protective goggles and protective clothing to prevent injuries and contact with skin. Before removing from hose connection wrap a cloth around the connection. Then release pressure by carefully pulling hose off connection. Zoom Sized for Print Disconnect wires – 1, 2 and 3 -. To do so, press release buttons. Disconnect vacuum lines -arrows- from intake manifold and from cylinder head cover. CAUTION: Fuel lines are under pressure! Wear protective goggles and protective clothing to prevent injuries and contact with skin. Before loosening the fuel line, place a rag around the connection point. Then release pressure by carefully loosening.
Filed Under (Hyundai) by admin on 24-05-2015
Removal 1. Disconnect the battery negative cable, and wait for at least three minutes before beginning work. 2. Remove the front passenger seat assembly. 3. Remove the seat track assembly. Installation NOTE: ODS is utilizing a robust weight measuring technology. Thus, if any of the following conditions occur, WCS reset and accuracy check should be performed. l The occupant classification ECU or any of the sensors is replaced. l The vehicle is brought to the repair shop due to an accident or a crash even though the severity seems to be minor. l The telltale lamp is not illuminated when the passenger seat is not occupied. l The telltale lamp is delayed more than 10 seconds to be turned off when an adult passenger seats in. l The passenger seat is removed from the vehicle and reassembled. l Any accessories (side table, seatback table and seat cover, etc) are replaced or installed. 1. Install the ODS equipped seat track assembly. 2. Install the front passenger seat assembly. 3. Reconnect the battery negative cable. 4. After installing ODS, perform the WCS reset and accuracy check with the Hi- Scan Pro. NOTE: Check that seat is not occupied and empty before performing the operation. Make sure that the back pocket is empty. In order to perform the accuracy check, the command zero operation should be finished normally. Make sure the procedure be finished normally. (1) Adjust the seat position according to the table below.
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 24-05-2015
This bulletin is being revised to add a model year. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 05-02-35-007 (Section 02 – Steering). There is potential for the driver to inadvertently turn off the ignition due to low ignition key cylinder torque/effort. The concern is more likely to occur if the driver is short and has a large and/or heavy key chain. In these cases, this condition was documented and the driver’s knee would contact the key chain while the vehicle was turning and the steering column was adjusted all the way down. This is more likely to happen to a person who is short, as they will have the seat positioned closer to the steering column. In cases that fit this profile, question the customer thoroughly to determine if this may the cause. The customer should be advised of this potential and should take steps to prevent it – such as removing unessential items from their key chain. Engineering has come up with an insert for the key ring so that it goes from a “slot” design to a hole design. As a result, the key ring cannot move up and down in the slot any longer – it can only rotate on the hole. In addition, the previous key ring has been replaced with a smaller, 13 mm (0.5 in) design. This will result in the keys not hanging as low as in the past.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 24-05-2015
A. PREPARATORY WORK 1) Confirm that the ignition key is removed and all the Front pillar trim Side lower panel Side cover electrical switches are off. Then disconnect the battery(–) cable from the battery. 2) Remove the following parts in accordance with the workshop manual. – Side lower panel – Front pillar trim, driver’s side – Front scuff plate, driver’s side – Cowl side trim, driver’s side – Side cover, driver’s side Cowl side trim Front scuff plate B. ROUTING THE HARNESS 1) Route the harness 4 and the antenna unit 3 as shown in the drawing. – Harness 4: Route from the ETACS-ECU along the floor harness under the scuff plate to the underside of the driver’s seat. – Antenna unit 3: Wind the urethane sheet 5 around the antenna unit for protection. Then route the cable of the antenna unit 3 to the underside of the driver’s seat. Harness layout