that's a pretty general question, please include some more info...like what is it doing to make you think it needs repaired? if your talking about just replacing the blade the that's pretty simple, you just hoist the arm up so it rests pointing skyward and twist the blade so you can see the bottom. there's a clip there about in the middle, press it and pull the blade toward the hood, the blade will pul out and you will see a hook on the arm, now just fit the replacement blade into the hook until it clicks. or if you have problems with your arm dragging along the windshield or if it flops around wildly when you're in a nasty rainstorm then you may have to replace the whole fixture...not fun. try tightening the nut at the bottom of the arm before replacing everything. but don't tighten it too much or you will be back at square 1. also 1 more point, if you're like me and forget to turn your wipers off then when you start up again the wipers try to move but cant because they're frozen to the windshield remember to turn them off when you stop..lol. !
A fuse diagram for a Chevy K1500 Silverado can be found in a Chilton's Automotive Repair Manual. Chilton makes repair manuals for many different vehicles.
It is on the top of the firewall on the passenger side.
The heater blower for a 2002 Chevy Silverado is mounted under the dash. It is on the passenger side, in the heater housing.
It is beneath the cab on the passenger side in front of transmission
UNDERNEATH THE ENGINE ON THE PASSENGER SIDE NEXT TO THE OILPAN.
The horn is behind the front grill on the passenger side.
Need engine size.
the chevy has less problems everything on the chevy has been tested for years
Usually passenger side, under the dashboard.
underneath truck back of the engine on passenger side
do i have to buy the brackets wit the bumper when i buy it
This was a repair available via a recall repair from Chevy involving a tailgate problem.