Use the removal tools to pull the radio out - note: you do NOT need to remove the plastic trim piece! :)Pull the 2 wire harness connectors offDisconnect the radio antennaRemove the 2 screws per side to remove the primary cover from the radio
This exposes the stuck CD - just slide it out.
My problem is that the radio now wants to jam much more frequently these days! I'll figure out where to put some lubricant some day. :)
If you have an access plate you should not hae to remove fuel tank. Most vehicles do not have an access plate
No, there is an access in the trunk. Remove the carpet and remove the cover plate to access fuel pump.
their are 4 plastic nuts in the trunk that loosen the light assembly that the lights are in. Remove those and pull the assembly out and twist the connector for the license plate light to access the bulb.
Take the plastic skid plate off the bottom and you will have easy access.
The skid plate does not have to be removed in order to access and change the filter.
I haven't seen this for myself , but I understand on the 4 door it is under the Explorer on the passenger side , by the catalytic converter , covered by a metal plate that you have to remove , then you have to remove a plastic cover to gain access to the fuel filter
1990 Mazda MPV with 3.0 (V6) engine. The fuel pump is located under the middle seat. You have to remove the middle seat then lift up the carpet to access the access plate. Remove the access plate bolts to access the electric in-tank fuel pump.
Try prying the plastic pieces from the bumper. They should jump right out. They are held in by tabs on the plastic housings.
Inside the distributer. Remove cap and rotor. Remove plate and there it is- small plastic piece.
Most have 4 or 6 barbed tabs - when the plate is pushed in, it is held in by the barbs which catch behind the dash. To remove that type of blanking plate, you can carefully pull at the plate to find the tabs and then insert a thin piece of metal over each tab to depress the barbs. It is usually a lot longer, but a better job is done if you access the back of the plate/dash and depress the tabs with your fingers and just press the plate out.
Disconnect the battery, remove the air hose to the throttle body, remove the access plate, remove the spark plug cables and the boots, and remove the spark plugs. Replace the spark plugs, replace the boots and cables, replace the access plate, attach the air hose to the throttle body and connect the battery.
Remove the flex plate access panel at the bottom of the trans where it meets the engine then remove one bolt and turn the crank to access the next till all are out
I now know! The back lights on the lower 'skirt' are covered by a plate. To remove - remove the three small bolts holding the mud-flap and plate and remove the plate. Access can now be gained to the back of the light cluster. Lamp holders are removed by turning anti-clockwise. Rusty bolts are your only problem!
if you here it clicking its not the wiring,fuse,switch or rear latch. There is a plastic arm at latch,it broke on mine.You have to remove back panel to replace it.dealer will remove for you. I cut a hole and covered it with a plate for future access.
there is a rubber plug on the bottom remove plug to adjust
Most are located in fuel tank - - may have to remove some have access hole in trunk for this purpose good luck On a 1993 to 1997 Concorde there is an access plate in the trunk. Remove the carpet, remove 4 nuts holding plate, unplug electrical connecter, unhook fuel lines, loosen clamp on pump, and remove pump.
from inside the trunk pop all of the plastic rivots and you can access the bulbs from the inside..
You must remove the skid plate to access the oil filter.
Remove the plastic skid plate under neath the truck (not just the inspection plate) Everything is in view after you do that.
Under the steering wheel column there is a plastic plate with three torx T-15 screws. Remove these then gently pry the top plate from the bottom. Now holding back the top plastic plate you will see a wire harness with four wires which you will want to remove. Next there is a Philips screw on the left located on the switch itself remove this and it should slide straight out. Remove the wire harness with the yellow wires and there you go.
Remove the plastic cover on the outside and just pull the bulb out
No access plate, You must remove the gas tank, When you remove the sending unit the pump will be on the bottom of it. Just remove the old unit and install the new one in the same way. BE CAREFUL NOT TO ALLOW DIRT TO ENTER THE TANK. I would advise to replace the pump, filter, ansd pickup sock.
there are 4 screws that hold up a plastic trim plate that spans the width of the interior just below the light. remove screws, pull down and you have access.
There is an access panel in the hatch back of the car under the insulation material. Pull up that material and you'll see the access plate. Remove the two screws in the plate and there's your fuel pump.
passinger side under floorpan bu jack point coverd with a steel plate follow the lines to plate remove plate to access fuel filter