Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 10-03-2014
Air shock removal .1. Set steering to straight ahead .2. Raise vehicle .3. Remove front tire 4. Remove shock assembly per manufacturer’s specification (retain lower shock mounting (hardware for re-installation). (figure a air spring disassembly/assembly 1. Remove the m14x1.5mm lock-nut, top washer and top sealing washer from the top of the (shock, discard top sealing washer. (figure b figure b .2. Remove the plastic retaining pin at the bottom of the air sleeve assembly and discard (figure c) figure c (3. Remove the air sleeve assembly from the top of the shock shaft and discard. (figure d figure d 4. Remove the two (2) o-rings and two (2) back-up rings from t the top of the shock shaft and (discard. (figure e figure e 5. Install the new arnott® air sleeve assembly onto shock; apply a silicone base lubricant (on the lower o-rings prior to installing air sleeve assembly. (figure f figure f 6. Press air sleeve assembly down until lower piston is over the 2 (two) lower o-rings failure (to do this will cause the air sleeve assembly not to seal and will not inflate. (figure g figure g when installing the top sealing washer make sure that the lip on the inside diameter (smaller) is facing out. Improper installation can cause damage to the shock assembly and void warranty
Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 10-03-2014
Contents The fastest way to find information on a partic? ular topic or item is by using the index, refer to page 242. 6 Notes At a glance 12 Cockpit 16 iDrive 22 Voice activation system 25 Integrated Owner’s Manual in the vehicle Controls 30 Opening and closing 47 Adjusting 58 Transporting children safely 62 Driving 75 Displays 93 Lamps 98 Safety 118 Driving stability control systems 125 Driving comfort 147 Climate control 154 Interior equipment 162 Storage compartments Driving tips 170 Things to remember when driving 173 Loading 176 Saving fuel Mobility 182 Refueling 184 Fuel 185 Wheels and tires 200 Engine compartment 202 Engine oil 205 Coolant 206 Maintenance 209 Replacing components 217 Breakdown assistance 223 Care Reference 230 Technical data 234 Short commands of the voice act. system 242 Everything from A to Z
Filed Under (General) by admin on 12-09-2013
2007 – 2012 Cadillac Escalade 2007 – 2010 Cadillac XLR 2007 – 2012 Chevrolet Avalanche 2007 – 2012 Chevrolet Corvette 2007 – 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 2007 – 2012 Chevrolet Suburban 2007 – 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe 2007 – 2012 GMC Sierra 2007 – 2012 GMC Yukon 2008 – 2012 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid 2008 – 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid 2008 – 2012 GMC Sierra Hybrid 2008 – 2012 GMC Yukon Hybrid 2008 – 2009 Hummer H2 Note: With 6 speed transmission or Hybrid-Two Automatic Transmission (6L80 RPO MYC, 6L90 RPO MYD or 2ML70) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Condition: The operator of the vehicle may complain of one or more of the following nd The technician may observe the following diagnostic trouble codes stored in the system: conditions: – The engine may not crank or start intermittently. – Various warning lights illuminated on the dash. – The door locks may cycle by themselves. – The driver may have warning messages displayed in the driver information center. – The transmission may not shift or defaults to the limp home mode (2 gear). – The gauges may fluctuate. – Pressing the brakes results in gauges becoming erratic and the chime may activate. – U0073: Control module communication bus off. – U0100: Lost communication with engine control module/power train control module – U0101: Lost communication with transmission control module – U0102: Lost communication with transfer case control module – U0109: Lost communication with fuel pump control module – U0121: Lost communication with antilock brake control module – U0140: Lost communication with body control module Cause: Some potential causes for the above include, but are not limited to: – The terminals for the high speed serial data bus (GMLAN) have backed out of the 16-way electrical connector to the automatic transmission. – The terminal position assurance lock in the transmission 16-way electrical connector is not fully seated. – The high speed serial data bus (GMLAN) circuits are open or shorted to ground. – Corrosion in various control module connectors. – Intermittent of poor connections in the inline connectors containing the high speed serial data bus (GMLAN) circuits. – Water intrusion into various control module connectors. Correction: Follow the manufacturer’s recommended diagnostic and repair procedures when applicable.
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 12-09-2013
Remove the floor air outlet duct extension (1) from the floor duct (2). Fig. Remove the floor air outlet duct extension (1) from the floor duct (2) Disconnect the electrical connection at the blend door actuator (10). Fig. Blend door actuator and related components Fig. Remove the blend door actuator mounting screws from the HVAC module To install: 1. Install the blend door actuator as an assembly with the actuator cam. a. Line up the heater/defroster valve lever with the blend door actuator cam slot. b. Line up the A/C valve lever with the blend door actuator cam Install the blend door actuator mounting screw to the HVAC module. 2. a. Tighten the blend door actuator mounting screw to 14 inch lbs. (1.6 Nm). 3. Connect the electrical connection at the blend door actuator (10).
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-08-2013
1) Disconnect battery 2) Raise vehicle and secure appropriately. 3) To perform this installation it will be necessary to remove the driver’s side seat, carpet and kick panel cover. 4) Begin removing the existing transmission harness by disconnecting the harness from the main harness at the kick panel area and at the transmission. Note how harness is routed. Carefully pull grommet loose at the transmission tunnel and remove harness. 5) Install replacement harness following factory routing. 6) Complete installation by confirming harness is routed away from exhaust and any moving parts.