in the oil pan. oil pan has to come off to change it. i dont know about the v6, but the 2.2 either have to pull the motor, or pull the starter, transmission, exhaust, and loosen mounts and jack motor up to change it!
pull all the motor mounts off and disconnect all the pipes and tubes and wires
If you buy the blower motor with the wheel already installed on it all you have to to is unscrew all of the screws around the motor, pull the purple primary wire off and the ground will come off with the bolts around the motor and just pull the old one out. take the vent hose off the old one and put it on the new one, attatch the primary wire and put the motor back in with all the screws making sure the ground is tight against the metal on the new motor.
Not necessarily, but you will have to pull the timing cover off to see what's going on.
dont you'll probably chop your fingers off
Pull the bolts that hold the motor to the sub frame on both sides and jack the motor up so you can access the bolts on the pan and then get the pan off the engine.
its right in front of the motor one of the silver pipes... take out the rad and then take the fan off for good acsess... then pull the thermostat off.
Pull the tires off and take the brake calipers off and the rotors will pull off.
You don't pull it off. You pull it out. If you are lucky, you can do it with the motor in. Pull the oil pan, and main bearing caps,etc...(long answer) not easy for the home mechanic.
you have to take the alternatoer and braket off to loosen 2 bolts and it should come off.
pull off the door panel, and the will be some plastic, pull that off and you will see the bolts holding the motor on the door, watch how you pull it off and remember how it go's back in, shouldn't take you more then 20-45 mins to pull it and replace it
in the front of the engine compartment. when the hood is open and you are looking in it is the closest thing to your right hand. pull the metal clip off and slid the p[lastic cover back and there it is.
Starter solenoid switch is stuck closed.
Could be in need of a serious tune up.
the motor is in the engine compartment on the passenger side firewall and the heat control is inside the car below the radio, just pull the trim piece off and unbolt the control unit and replace it.
pull the calipers off. there might be a small washer on one or two of the studs. if there is pull those off and the rotors will come right off.
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No you do not , But it's one hell of a job to get off.
To remove a 2002 S10 grill, first lift the hood and remove the four bolts that hold the grill in place. Then gently pull off the grill and disconnect the turn signal lamps.
you remove the right side motor mount off of the motor and take the starter out through the top side behind the smog pump you my have to jack the motor up slightly
take your belt off look on right hand side of motor if looking at motor should be close to bottom of motor 3 or 4 bolts will hv to take pulley
You will need a 1" wrench to remove the one inside the Carb.
open the driverside door on side of dash there is a panel that you oull off and it is under there! good luck
Check and change the relay
remove the door trim, there are a few rivits that pop off the bottom, a screw in the door handle box, then the trim should lift up and off. then you should have room to remove the motor. I think there is three bolts holding it on. There is also a few connections that pull off. It's pretty simple for the most part. Hope this helps.