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Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 27-09-2009
REPLACEMENT BODY PANELS Index# Description Year Mill Part# 01 Grille, chrome/black, w/o LE pkg. Caravan 91-95 85-91-01 03Grille, chrome/silver/gray, Voyager 91-95 85-91-03 05 Radiator support panel93-95
85-93-0512 Front bumper cover painted, w/o fog lamps
91-9385-91-12 12 Front bumper cover painted, w/o fog lamps94-95 85-94-12 13 Front bumper reinforcement bar 91-92
85-91-1313Front bumper reinforcement bar
Filed Under (Suzuki) by admin on 20-05-2010
2006 Suzuki Forenza L4-2.0L Vehicle Level Instrument Panel, Gauges and Warning Indicators Dashboard / Instrument Panel
Service and Repair Center Molding Removal and Installation Center Molding Removal and Installation Notes CENTER MOLDING REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Removal 1. Disconnect the mode control cable from the mode door. 2. Remove the center molding.
3. Disconnect the electrical connector
Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 06-01-2011
SUBJECT: Front HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Connector Service MODELS: 1996 – 1997 (NS) Town & Country/Caravan/Voyager 1996 – 1997 (GS) Chrysler Voyager (International Market) SYMPTOM/CONDITION: The front Heater/Ventilation/Air Conditioning (HVAC) blower motor is inoperative; is inoperative on one or more speeds; or operates only on “HIGH” speed. DIAGNOSIS: Visually inspect the front HVAC blower motor resistor and connector terminals for corrosion. If corrosion is discovered, perform the Repair Procedure. REPAIR PROCEDURE: This bulletin involves replacing the blower motor resistor and wiring connector with revised parts. 1. If equipped, remove the bracket on the A/C line from the right side strut tower mounting stud. 2. Obtain the revised front blower motor resistor, p/n 04677180AB, (and wiring repair components if they will be required). Examine the integral retainer clips of the resistor so it is understood what/where to push in on to release the resistor from the dash panel. NOTE : DO NOT TRY TO PULL THE RESISTOR OUT OF THE DASH PANEL WITHOUT RELEASING THE CLIPS, OTHERWISE RETENTION TABS IN THE DASH PANEL WILL BE BENT MAKING IT VERY DIFFICULT TO REMOVE THE RESISTOR FROM THE CAVITY IN THE DASH PANEL.
Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 22-04-2010
REMOVE THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE BEFORE INSTALLING THE CRUISE CONTROL COMPONENTS FOR SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
FIGURE 1. 2. JEEP WRANGLER APPLICATIONS: REMOVE AIRBAG BY USING ( TRIM TOOL TO RELEASE METAL CLIPS AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 2. CAUTION: ENSURE THAT BATTERY HAS BEEN 90 SECONDS DISCONNECTED FOR MORE THAN PRIOR TO REMOVAL OF AIRBAG; FAILURE TO HEED THIS WARNING MAY RESULT IN AIRBAG DISCHARGE AND MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. 3. DODGE CALIBER, JEEP COMPASS/PATRIOT APPLICATIONS: REMOVE AIRBAG BY EXTRACTING THE (2) 10MM SCREWS AS ILLUSTRATED IN FIGURE 2A. 4. PRESS IN SIDES OF BOTH CONNECTORS TO REMOVE AIRBAG FIGURE 3. AS ILLUSTRATED IN CAUTION: BE AIRBAG SURE TO STORE FACE UP AS FIGURE 3A ILLUSTRATED IN TO REDUCE INJURY IN EVENT OF ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE OF AIRBAG.
5. JEEP WRANGLER REMOVE 13MM BOLT TO TAKE OFF STEERING WHEEL, THEN SKIP ON PAGE 6. DODGE CALIBER, JEEP COMPASS/PATRIOT APPLICATIONS: REMOVE (3) TORX 25 SCREWS TO RELEASE CENTER BRACKET INSIDE STEERING WHEEL. FIGURE 4
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 30-12-2010
FLARE INSTALLATION PROCEDURES Step 2: Preparing the Work Area A) Support and remove wheel using jack and jack stands. B) Remove wheel, factory flare, and any wheel well trim within 4” of the rim. Step 3: Fitting Flare to Body Side Molding (Front and Rear) On vehicles with hard rubber body side moldings, it will be necessary to cut either the flares or the moldings. Note: Cutting moldings usually produces better results. Option 1: Cutting Side Molding A) Place flare into wheel well opening and mark a line where flare intersects molding. B) Protect vehicle surface with masking tape and cut molding on marked line. C) Sand molding end with fine grit sandpaper to smooth finish. Option 2: Cutting Flare A) Place flare against molding at point of intersection and trace molding contour on flare. B) Cut flare on marked line. Step 4: Edge Trim Installation (See Illustration #1) A) Remove factory installed edge trim when necessary. B) Peel two to three inches of red vinyl backing away from edge trim tape and affix to flare at one end. (With Adhesive Strip to the inside of flare, See illustration #1) C) Press edge trim into place along edge of flare in one- foot increments, pulling red vinyl backing free as you continue to work your way around the flare. Step 5: Flare Installation (Front) (See Illustration #2) A) Clip and/or tape flare in place on fender and verify correct fit. The inner flare edge should be in contact with the wheel well roll-under flange, and the outer flare edge should conform to vehicle fender contours. See Illustration #2. B) Once flare is positioned properly in wheel well rim, drill and secure flare to fender at location #1 (See Illustration #2) using the kit supplied 9/64” drill bit and a small rivet. Secure flare rear “flat” to fender roll- under with two small rivets in the same manner. Remaining rivets are installed at the locations illustrated.