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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 28-01-2011
SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before performing repairs or service. NOTE: Take care not to scratch the dashboard and related parts. 1. While holding the lower glove box (A), release the damper (B) and remove the glove box stop (C) on each side. 2. Remove the bolts, then remove the lower glove box (A). 3. Install the lower glove box in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Take care not to scratch the dashboard and related parts. 1. Remove the lower glove box. 2. Remove the bolt and lower grove box damper (A). 3. Install the damper in the reverse order of removal.
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 28-10-2010
SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. NOTE: Use the appropriate tool from the KTC trim tool set to avoid damage when prying components. Take care not to scratch the dashboard and related parts. 1. Remove the passenger’s undercover. 2. Open the glove box (A) and document tray (B). Remove the lid (C), then remove the screws (D) and bolt (E). 3. Close the glove box (A), then remove the bolts. 4. Remove the glove box (A). 1. Pull out the glove box, then remove the clips (B). 2. Remove the harness clip (C) and the ambient light bulb socket (D). 3. Disconnect the trunk lid opener main switch connector (E). 5. Install the box in the reverse order of removal, and note these items: Check if the clips are damaged or stress-whitened, and if necessary, replace them with new ones. Push the clips into place securely. Make sure the connector is plugged in properly, and the bulb socket is connected securely. Take care not to scratch the passenger’s front console cover.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 15-04-2010
1. Vehicle Disassembly. (a) Remove the negative battery cable. (Fig. 1-1) (1) Protect the fender before starting. (2) Do not touch the positive terminal withany tool removing the cable. (b) Remove the glove box under-dash cover. (Fig. 1-2) (c) Remove the passenger’s step cover. (Fig. 1-3) Fig. 1-1 10mm Wrench Negative Battery Cable Battery Step Cover Fig. 1-3 Nylon Panel Removal Tool Fig. 1-2 Under-Dash Cover Nylon Panel Removal Tool Page 3 TOYOTA AVALON 2005 – TVIP V4 (REMOTE ENGINE STARTER) Procedure Page 3 of 33 pages Issue: C 02/02/05 (d) Remove the passenger’s cowl cover. (Fig. 1-4) (1) Remove one nut securing the cowl cover. (e) Remove one screw and one bolt from the glove box assembly. (Fig. 1-5) (f) Remove the glove box assembly. (Fig. 1-6) (1) Open the glove box door and remove three screws securing the glove box assembly. (2) Disconnect the trunk opener cancel switch from the glove box assembly ifequipped. For vehicles with Smart Entry, the disassembly process ends on Step f. Go to Section 5. For vehicles without Smart Entry, continue the disassembly process
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 17-08-2010
INSTALLATION NOTE: Be careful not to damage the roof and other finished surfaces of the body when installing the roof box. Do not allow the combined weight of the accessory and cargo to exceed the carrying capacity of the roof rack. An optional Honda roof rack (sold separately) is required to install the roof box. 1. With the help of an assistant, carefully place the box on the crossbars. Open the tailgate to make sure that the box is not interfering with the tailgate. ADHESIVE BACKING BRACKET B ADHESIVE BACKING PLATE ADHESIVE SEALS (4) 4615020B SMALL PAD LARGE PAD ATTACHING SURFACE 2. 3. Open the roof box. Slide the plate forward or backward until the holes in the plate are over the front roof rack crossbar. The plate is located near the front of the roof box. ROOF BOX PLATE Align the holes in the plate over the front crossbar. Attach an adhesive seal over the unsued rear mounting holes along the bottom of the roof box. The seal will help prevent water from entering the roof box. Remove the roof box from the vehicle. 4. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the four brackets B where the small pads will attach. Remove the adhesive backings from the small pads and attach them to the brackets B. SMALL PAD ATTACHING SURFACE LARGE PAD 5. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the four plates where the large pads will attach. Remove the adhesive backings from the large pads and attach them to the plates. Under the roof box, insert a bolt through bracket B, through the plate and into the predrilled hole in the bottom of the roof box. 8. With the help of an assistant, carefully place the box on the crossbars. Be aware of the hardware hanging from the bottom of the box.
Filed Under (Mazda) by admin on 28-02-2011
1. Working in the engine bay, start removal of the stock air box by removing the bolt on the top part of the air box as pictured to the left. Use a 10 mm socket and a ratchet. Put it aside for re-install later. If you have an aftermarket intake, proceed to step #10 for battery removal. 2. Unclip the two (2) clips holding the top part of the air box as pictured to the left. 3. Unplug the MAF connector as pictured to the left. 4. Unclip the rubber hose over the intake as pictured. 5. Loosen the bolt holding the intake piping to the throttle body using a 10mm socket and a ratchet. 6. You can now remove the air box top half from the throttle body. 7. Pull on the hose on the top of the intake to remove it as pictured. 8. Working at the rear of the air box, you will see the MAF wiring is held on the box itself with a tab. Use needle nose pliers to squeeze the tab and push it out. 9. Pull up on the air box to remove it from the engine bay. Take good note of both rubber grommets where it’s installed in as it will need to be re- installed the same way. Put it aside for re-install later. 10. Pull on both tabs holding the top part of the battery box and remove it. This top part has 2 tabs at the back that are inserted in two slots on the bottom part. To remove it, lift the front part up and then slide it toward the front of the car. Put it aside for re- install later. 11. Using a 10 mm socket and ratchet, unbolt the battery holder. There is a bolt on each side of the battery. Put it aside for re-install later. 12. Unbolt both battery terminals using a 10 mm socket with a ratchet. Remove the battery from the engine bay and put it aside for re-install later. 13. Using a 12 mm socket and a ratchet, remove the three (3) bolts at the bottom holding the battery box in place. Put them aside for re-install later. 14. The two (2) grey tabs behind the battery connector on the front part of the battery box needs to be pushed out. Use needle nose pliers to squeeze them and push them out. 15. You can now remove the front part of the battery box as pictured. Put it aside for re-install later. 16. Using needle nose pliers, squeeze the plastic tab holding the wiring harness to the bottom of the battery box and push it out as pictured. 18. Repeat the same for the tab 19. Tilt the battery box toward the front of the car where the air box was. 20. You now have access to the shifter cable and shifter actuator where the short shifter will be installed. Use a long flat head screwdriver to pop the left cable out of the shifter arm. Do not apply too much force, it will come out easily. This is easier done when the shifter is in lower gears (2nd, 4th , 6th or R).