It probably is lined up, but can be very difficult. What you have to do is this:
1. Pull it forward as far as you can.
2. Reach up to the roof at the highest point and pull down, while
3. Pushing forward by the latch.
4. Get one side in but don't lock it in, then repeat steps 1-2 on the other side.
5. Once both latches are in, then lock them.
6. Believe me, this may seem hard, but it needs to be a tight fit. There are some Allen screws that can be loosened to adjust the locks, but think hard before you try... No good deed ever goes unpunished! :)
the easy way to adjust the sprayers is to use a pin or a needle. look at each sprayer you will see one or two small holes. put the pin in one hole and gently move up or downor side-to-side. the easy way to adjust the sprayers is to use a pin or a needle. look at each sprayer you will see one or two small holes. put the pin in one hole and gently move up or downor side-to-side.
It was spelled the same forward and backwards.
I would bet that it's not the tubes but rather the little holes of the sprayers. You may want to take a pin or a needle and see if you can poke any debris (usually hard water deposits or washer fluid 'gunk') from the holes. If that doesn't work you should be able to find the tubing at a parts or hardware store.The hole is generally through a little ball that sits in a socket. If you poke the holes and find that your spray isn't directed at the locations on the windshield that you'd like, take your pin and adjust the ball via the hole to where you'd like the spray to go.
It is located under the windshield cowl (the plastic cover with the holes in it, directly under the windshield). To expose it - remove the wiper arms, and the retaining nuts on the wiper shafts, then remove the screws holding down the cover.
In Holes, Stanley Yelnats is the character with a palindromic name. (It is spelled the same when read either forward or backward.)
When you have the headlights flipped up then you will see 2 holes one on the top and one on the sides. There is a Phillips screw in there that you turn to adjust the headlights.
Open the hood, & locate two small holes over each headlamp assemply. By inserting a philipshead screwdriver you can adjust vertical & horizontal aming of the headlight.
Use the half moon key, sold at Honda dealers for $5. Place on the holes that are drilled at the bottom of the chrome shock. Adjust to the lowest number.
you can slot the holes where the upper ball joint bolts to upper control arm.
Under the front hood and along the side panels you will see access holes near each headlight that you stick a long Allen style wrench through (should be with the car in its tool kit). Turn the wrench within these holes to adjust the beam left to right & up & down.
All forward movement will cease. If it does not, check for worm holes.
If there are 3 holes on the side of the chuck you use a chuck key. If there are no holes, you turn the end 2/3's of the chuck and hold the bottom 1/3.
The plate with the lever in it is held on with 2 bolts. Take the bolts out and the plate will pull up and out. The stopper is on the end of a small rod. It will either screw up or down or will have a series of holes to adjust the stopper.
Yes, most auto shops should carry it. The kit contains a syringe, a suction cup, and a small plastic disc to cover the scratch. These will only really help on smaller holes or cracks, so make sure you read the packaging before buying it. Yes, you can repair small windshield holes or dings with a kit from an auto parts store or discount store like Target or Wal-Mart.
Push the bottom plate forward with your thumb so the inward flared staple holes line up with the upper edge of the stapler. That lopsided square place on the bottom of the stapler just slides forwared and backward about a quarter of an inch.
The timing is adjusted by the three bolts that holds the injection pump. The holes in the pump are slotted.
The bolts go into a plate in the door and the door post, not solid holes in either. The plate will move up and down, side to side a little bit. Loosen the bolts and adjust as needed.
The web page doesn't say when your question was posted, so I hope you've either figured it out already, or it hasn't been too long without being able to put your top down. The latches have two flat metal levers laying against the top, just above the windshield -- just pull them out so they point toward the rear of the vehicle and the hooks will be released from the windshield, and the top can be lowered. More difficult can be getting it latched again when putting the top back up -- on mine, anyway, especially if I've left the top down for a long time, I have to wrestle it a bit to get the alignment pins close enough to the holes so the latch can lock it in (the plastic liners of the holes are getting pretty mangled, but it still works fine). Jeff in Minnesota
Use a dull flat head screwdriver and carefully pry the side closest to you up (farthest away from windshield)enough to see the metal clips going down into the dash, position the screwdriver as close as possible to these metal clips to avoid breaking the plastic that holds these clips on. once you have the metal clips clear then slide the cover away from the windshield, you will see the two slide in clips that hold the front in. To put the covers back on slide the two front clips (closest to windshield) into the holes, then line up the metal clips with their holes and snap them into place gently. To remove the speakers use a stubby Phillips head screwdriver to take out the four screws that hold the speaker down, be sure not to place them on the dash since they will fall into the windshield defroster holes very easily. After the screws are out just pry out the speaker. Installation is the reverse of removal.
Both of my motors were bad on my 91. I took it to a dealer and was told it was a life time warranty and they repaired both for free. They then drilled holes for drainage to correct the problem that caused it.
There should be 2 adjusters on top of the headlights, one on far left and one on far right of each light. These ane like plastic nuts or screws sometomes accesible through holes in the landing panel. One of these will adjust the kick up (left and right) and the other will adjust the height (up and down). Hope this skelps
b CAUSE U HAVE A LEAK There could be a body plug that has came loose or fallen out completely. Get up under ypur vehcile and check for any holes. if there is one missing. replace it. I had this happen in another vehicle right after the windshield was replaced. The windshield wasn't sealed properly. After a heavy rain, I had about an inch of water on the floor board. After I took it back and had them reseal the windshield, the problem was gone.
put your legs into the holes at the bottom of the swimsuit and then pull it up to your chest and one by one put your arms into the arm holes one you have done that you adjust it so you feel comfortable in it. if its a zip back one first un zip the back put your legs into the leg holes then pull it up to your neck and put your arms in one by one into the arm holes after that pull the zip up all the way to your neck .
Genrally repairs are just for holes like when a rock first hits. sometimes small cracks can be fixed. You will probably have to replace it. If the crack in your windshield is small enough you may be able to fix it yourself. There are windshield repair kits that inject a resin material into the crack, if it's too large for that it can be repaired by a professional without having to replace the entire windshield.
When you experience water on the mat of your car and there are no holes in the floor, very often the water is coming for a leaky windshield or door. After drying the driver's side with paper towels and a squeegy, the leak from a windshield can be confirmed by spraying water from a garden hose onto the windshield and seeing if the water reappears in the floor mat. If no water appears then you will need to check the rubber seals around the door. Two other possible sources - 1. floor vents of the heating and cooling system, or 2. a skylight when the rubber seal has dried out, however you should see moisture in the ceiling liner.