Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 31-03-2011
Verify the roof opening panel is adjusted correctly. Is the roof opening panel adjusted correctly? ? Yes GO to E2. No ADJUST the roof opening panel. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Alignment — Horizontal Adjustment or Roof Opening Panel Alignment — Height Adjustment in this section. TEST the system for normal operation. E2 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL LIFTER ASSEMBLIES FOR OBSTRUCTIONS OR DAMAGE Check the roof opening panel lifter assemblies for obstructions and damage. Are the roof opening panel lifter assemblies OK? ? Yes GO to E3. No REMOVE all obstructions and REPAIR any damage. TEST the system for normal operation. E3 VERIFY POWER WINDOWS ARE OPERATIONAL Operate the power windows. Do the power windows operate? ? Yes GO to E4. No REFER to Section 501-11. E4 CHECK CIRCUIT 400 (LB/BK) FOR VOLTAGE Measure the voltage between roof opening panel motor assembly C917 pin 4, circuit 400 (LB/BK), harness side and ground. Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? ? Yes GO to E5. No REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. Measure the resistance between roof opening panel motor assembly C917 pin 1, circuit 57 (BK), harness side and ground. Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? ? Yes GO to E6. No REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. E6 CHECK CIRCUIT 1173 (BN/OG) FOR AN OPEN
Filed Under (Hyundai) by admin on 16-03-2011
A water leak between the front outer panel and cowl panels may result in corrosion of the front door wiring connector pins if the vehicle is operated in areas where road salt is used. The corrosion may affect the operation of the electrical circuits in the door, such as the speakers, power windows, etc. To correct this condition, reseal the seams and inspect the door wiring connectors for corrosion. If necessary, replace the door wiring connector and the door wiring by following the service procedures described in this TSB. SEALING THE PANEL SEAMS: NOTE: This sealing procedure applies to both left and right sides. 1. Open the hood. 2. Locate the “A” pillar outer panel and cowl panel seaming area at the base of the “A” pillar. 3. Lift up the lower end of windshield glass molding to obtain space for sealant application. 4. Clean the sealant application area on both the left and right sides of the vehicle (fender removed in photo for clarity). 5. Apply clear sealant along the seam line between “A” pillar panel and cowl panel from the engine compartment as shown in the photo. 6. Use appropriate tool or finger (with rubber nitrate gloves) to smooth material to seal the sealant. NOTE: Apply enough sealant to completely fill the seam. Be careful not to drip excess sealant in the engine compartment or on the hood. – Photo shows panel seams where sealant is applied on left side. – Repeat for the right side. 7. Open the front door. 8. Apply the clear sealant to the seam between “A” pillar panel and the fender mounting bracket from inside the door opening. 9. Apply the clear sealant to the bottom of the fender mounting bracket and the top of the hinge. 10. Use appropriate tool or finger (with rubber nitrate gloves) to smooth material to seal the sealant. NOTE: Apply enough sealant to completely fill the seam. Be careful not to drip excess sealant on the door trim or in the interior. – Sealant is applied along the top edge of the fender bracket.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 07-02-2011
WARNING: IF THE REGULATOR COUNTERBALANCE SPRING MUST BE REMOVED OR REPLACED FOR ANY REASON, MAKE SURE THAT THE REGULATOR ARMS ARE IN A FIXED POSITION PRIOR TO REMOVAL TO PREVENT POSSIBLE INJURY DURING C-SPRING UNWIND. 1. Remove front door trim panel (23942) and front door inside panel sound insulator (20394) . Refer to Section 01-05. 2. Remove inside door belt weatherstrip. 3. Remove front door window glass (21410) as described. 4. Remove two nut and washer assemblies attaching the window regulator equalizer arm bracket (23230) . 5. Remove four rivets for RH side (six for LH side) retaining the front door window regulator base plate to door inner panel. 6. Remove front door window regulator (23200) and front door window channel bracket (23288) from vehicle. 7. Working on a bench, carefully bend tab flat to remove front door window regulator arm slides from front door window channel bracket. 8. NOTE: Use care not to break tab; if tab is cracked or broken, replace front door window channel bracket . Make sure rubber bumper is installed properly on new front door window channel bracket , if replacement is made. Install new front door window regulator arm plastic guides into front door window channel bracket and bend tab back to 90 degrees. Installation NOTE: The front door window channel bracket and window regulator electric drive (23394) are installed into the vehicle as one assembly. The front door window channel bracket may be disassembled from the window regulator electric drive as described in Door Glass and Regulator, Power Windows. 1. Install window regulator electric drive with preassembled front door window channel bracket into vehicle. Set the regulator base plate to door inner panel using base plate locator tab as a guide. 2. NOTE: Two 1/4-20 x 1 inch bolts and two 1/4-20 nut and washer assemblies may be used as alternates for glass retention. However, torque must not exceed 4-7 Nm (36- 61 lb-in). Equivalent metric retainers may be used. Install four rivets to retain front door window regulator to door inner panel. 3. Install window regulator equalizer arm bracket . 4. Lower front door window regulator arms to access holes in door inner panel. Install front door window glass as described. 5. Install inside door belt weatherstrip. 6. Adjust front door window glass to make sure it is properly aligned with glass run. Check window for smooth operation. 7. Install front door trim panel and front door inside panel sound insulator . Refer to Section 01-05. Door Glass and Regulator
Filed Under (Pontiac) by admin on 04-01-2011
SERVICE PROCEDURE Front Door Glass Bolt Replacement Caution: Avoid hands and face being caught by the front door glass when adjusting the height of the front door glass. 1. Adjust the front door glass to align the position of the front door glass bolt with the service hole. 2. Approximately 100 mm (4 in) from the top of the front door trim board, mark off 80 mm (3 in) with tape. 3. Adjust the front door window glass to align with the tape marking. Notice: Unhook the clip before unhooking the claw to prevent breaking the bracket garnish. 4. Remove the clip and unhook the claws to remove the front door lower frame bracket garnish. Notice: Wrap protective tape around the head of the flathead screwdriver to avoid scratching the power window switch or trim board. 5. Using a flathead screwdriver with protective tape wrapped around the head, remove the six (6) clips and claws to separate the power window switch. 6. Remove the power window switch: For LH – Unlock and remove the connector. Refer to the illustration. 2092983 – For RH (with door lock switch) – Disconnect the two (2) connectors. – For RH (without door lock switch) – Disconnect the connector. 2092928 7. Remove the screw from the door pull handle, and remove the handle. Notice: Wrap protective tape around the head of the flathead screwdriver to avoid scratching the power window switch or trim board. 8. Remove the screw. 9. Remove the front door trim board. Notice: Avoid damaging the inside handle when removing the trim board. 10. Remove the eight (8) clips and remove the trim board. Notice: Pull the service cover up carefully to avoid damaging the service cover. Notice: Do not allow butyl tape to adhere to any parts. 11. Pull up on the service hole cover until the bolt for the front door glass is visible, and then secure the cover in place with tape.
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 25-12-2010
SYMPTOM The MIL is on, and DTC P2195 (rear air fuel ratio sensor signal stuck lean) or P2197 (front air fuel ratio sensor signal stuck lean) is set. PROBABLE CAUSE The ECM/PCM software incorrectly interprets sensor inputs, causing the codes to set. CORRECTIVE ACTION Using the HIM (Honda Interface Module), update the ECM/PCM with the iN monthly CD, dated August 2004 or later. REPAIR PROCEDURE NOTE: • Before you update an ECM/PCM, make sure the battery in the vehicle is fully charged. • To prevent ECM/PCM damage, do not operate anything electrical (audio system, brakes, A/C, power windows, moonroof, etc.) during the update. 1. If not already done, load the May 2004 or later iN CD onto the iN master terminal. Loading instructions are included with the CD. 2. Update the ECM/PCM software with the HIM. For updating instructions, refer to Programming the HIM and Updating an ECM/PCM With a Programmed HIM in Service Bulletin 01-023, Updating Control Units/Modules. 3. Warm up the engine to operating temperature, then shut if off. 4. Do the ECM/PCM RESET and the CKP PATTERN CLEAR with the HDS.