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Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 29-12-2010
Fig.17 Center Dash Bezel. 1. Remove ash tray, then six center cluster bezel screws and center bezel. 2. Remove two screws holding dash pad located behind top of center bezel, then gently pry defroster grille out of dash pad. Fig.18 Dash Pad & Instrument Cluster. 3. 4. 5. 6. Disconnect sensors, if equipped, and set defroster grille aside. Remove four screws in defroster duct opening holding dash pad. Remove three screws above instrument panel cluster, then open glove box and remove two screws holding dash pad. Remove dash pad by pulling up to unsnap end clips. If dash switch pod removal is necessary, proceed as follows: a. Remove one screw from left side, near driver’s door, of the lower trim panel. b. Remove one screw from bottom of lower trim panel, then pull panel off. c. Remove four screws holding steering column cover, then three screws holding bottom of bezels. d. Remove two screws retaining top of end and switch pod bezels, then remove the bezel. e. Remove two screws holding left side of switch pod and three screws on the RH side of switch pod bezel. f. Pull switch pod bezel out to remove switch connectors, then disconnect connectors from each switch pod and remove bezel. g. Remove switch retaining screws, then the switch. 7. Remove three screws from top of cluster, then lift cluster up to allow access to connectors. 8. Disconnect connector and remove cluster. 9. Reverse procedure to install.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 05-04-2010
During a test drive, locate the noise source by using the palm of your hand to apply pressure on the suspect area or by grasping and holding onto the suspected source. When disassembling the dash, it is suggested that all of the identified noise reducing countermeasures be performed, as shown below. Noise Located at Defroster Duct 1. Remove instrument panel (refer to the Tacoma Repair Manual Volume 2, pages BO- 52 to BO-54, for applicable year). 2. Remove plastic defroster nozzle assembly and discard. 3. Add EPT sealer to the inlet and outlet surfaces of a new defroster nozzle assembly (P/N 559501-04020). 4. Install the new defroster nozzle assembly. 5. Insulate all clips, pins and connectors used
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 13-01-2011
Note: The factory radio provision is for a Double ISO/DIN style radio. An installation kit is required when installing an aftermarket stereo. 1. Using panel removal tool carefully pry off radio bezel. 2. Extract (6) 10 mm bolts securing radio and climate controls in dash, disconnect and remove. 3. Extract (8) Iso screws securing radio to bracket. 4. Extract (2) Philips screws securing bracket to bezel, pull away and remove radio. FRONT DOOR SPEAKER INSTALLATION: Note: The factory speaker provision is for a 1 ½” tweeter and a 6 ½” 3-Hole speaker mounted to a factory speaker adapter. 1. Remove screw cover from door opener cup and exract (1) Philips head screw, pry bezel out then forward to remove. 2. Remove inside mirror cover. 3. Pry out door cup and extract (1) Philips screw from beneath. 4. Exract (1) plastic fastener from front top portion of door. 5. Pry off door panel, pull away, disconnect, and remove. 6. Extract (3) 10 mm bolts securing speaker, pull away, disconnect, and remove. REAR DOOR SPEAKER INSTALLATION: Note: The factory speaker provision is for a 5 ¼” 3-Hole speaker mounted in a factory speaker adapter. 1. Remove screw cover from door opener cup and extract (1) Philips head screw, pry bezel out then forward to remove. 2. Pry out door cup and extract (1) Philips screw from beneath. 3. Pry off door panel, pull away, disconnect and remove. 4. Extract (3) 10 mm bolts securing speaker , pull away, disconnect, and remove.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 19-12-2010
1 Disconnect the negative battery ter- minal to prevent an accidental short circuit. 2 Unclip the radio trim panel including the climate controls and radio con- trols. Unplug and remove the panel. (Figure A) 3 Remove (4) Phillips screws securing radio chassis to sub dash. Unplug and remove the chassis. (Figure B) 4 Remove (4) Phillips screws securing the climate controls to the radio panel. Remove the climate controls and retain the screws and the climate controls for reinstallation during kit assembly. (Figure C)
Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 14-06-2010
Vehicle Application: 1998 BMW 528I 2.8L 2000 BMW 528IT 2.8L 2002 BMW X5 3.0L, Eng Cfg L6, Eng Des 1999 BMW 528IT 2.8L, Eng Des M52TU M54 2000 BMW 323I Sport Wagon 2.5L Customer Concern: Check engine light is illuminated in dash. Tests/Procedures: 1. Compare the actual engine temperature, as read by an infrared or contact thermometer, to the temperature shown on the scan tool. 2. If the temperatures are comparable, replace the coolant thermostat. A leaking thermostat will delay warm-up and keep the engine from coming up to proper temperature for closed loop operation. Potential Causes: Thermostat