flnd the positive battery cable fallow it down to the starter
if the cable broke at the handle inside the car there will be a black cable with steel cable inside cut the black cable back so you see the steel cable get a par of visegrip pliers and pole the steel cable til the hood opens.
It's a design flaw in the door jamb switches. They need to be replaced. I have a 1995 Skylark that had the same problem. Also, there was a redesigns of the brake cable assembly. Don't be surprised if it breaks off from your parking brake any time soon. A design flaw that has a door jamb of switches. Also they need to be replaced recently. we also have a 1955 Skylark that had some problems. There was a redesigns of the brake cable assembly. Don't be surprised if it breaks off of your parking brake any time soon
It should be listed in your owner's manual. If in doubt, try removing the negative cable from your battery.
It is located on the passenger side of the motor below the passenger side valve cover. You can follow the RED, positive, battery cable down to it as the cable should be connected to the stater motor.
Remove the grill
This is programed in the prom in the computer. Check the throtle cable adjustment to see if it is correct.
?need to replace the cable to a 1979 buick regal, the emergency release mechanism wire broke. Don't know how to release the brake?
You neeed to repair what is causing the light to come on. Then remove the neg battery cable for 30 seconds.
Have someone press the throttle from inside and watch to see what moves. The cable is connected to a shaft that goes through the throttle body. The TPS is connected to that shaft.
I don't know about Silverado trucks but all of the emergency (parking) brakes I'm familiar with use the brake cable to "pull" and hold the brake against the drum (or disk), so if the cable breaks you simply cannot apply the emergency brake. That is, it is automatically released if the the cable breaks.
how do you open the hood on a 1992 buick regal if the cable is broke
TAke it to the body shop as they have to do it when a car is wrecked.
Use pliers and pull the cable...
A 2004 Buick does not have a speedometer cable. The speedometer signal comes from electronic sensors.
take the bolts off the cover then pull the wire
To remove the heater core in a 1995 Buick Skylark, you will first have to disconnect the negative battery cable. Next you need to drain and recycle the engine coolant, you will remove the rear lateral trans-axle strut mount, take off the drain tube, then disconnect the heater hoses from the core tube, and removed console if needed. Lastly you will remove the sound insulators, console extensions or steering filler if needed.
You can take the front grill off, with some T20 screws on the front of the car. You will see the hood release cable, and the mechanism that it attaches to. Just look at it, and you will be able to figure out how to open it from there.
If its broken, then the cable is released. IF the breaks are still sticking, then the rear brakes will have to be opened up and the mechanism freed up.
it is next to drivers side on floor in front, take pliers and pull up on cable, this will release hood latch
look if the cable breaks u can take a flat head and jam it where the hood is locked down and try to wiggle the release u need a long screw driver it took me 1 hour to do it but i got the job done!
Try disconnecting your negative battery cable for a few minutes then put it back on, sometimes the lighting circuit gets confused, mine did, removing power from it may reset whatever is confused. That has worked for me with my 1995 Skylark. As a last resort you can remove the headlight circuit breaker or fuse. You would have to put it back in when you drive at night of course.
Take a flat screw driver and use it to push the spring away from the hood latch. Locate the screw driver at the end of the cable. This works for mine.
Hood release cable has connector nuts on both ends of the cable. Loosen the connector nuts. Remove the cable retainers. The cable will come off and can be replaced with a new hood release cable.