Answer Topdown Solutions website has instructions as well as repair parts, kits, and whole unit replacements. THeir instructions for the whole process are in a PDF file on the site. I have copied the http address below. Depending on the problem Hawks 3rd Gen Camaros, Brocks Camaros, and FBodyMotorsports may also provide you with small parts such as gear drives, motors, and housing units. http://www.top-downsolutions.com/Documentation/101170Instructions.pdf
First remove the plastic cover of the rear door. You need a screw driver to pull the cover clips out of it's hole. You can see the back side of the plate light unit through an open path just beside the rear wiper motor. Push the clip gently and take out the whole unit and change the bulb.
The a/c heater blower motor for the front unit is located at the rear right side in the engine compartment behind the air duster......... The a/c heater blower motor for the rear unit (if equipped) is located in the rear a/c housing below the armrest..........
A Civic is the model of the car and hatch is the type of car. A hatchback is just that the rear window and door open as one unit or as separate units.
You can buy a totally rerurbished unit from Topdownsolutions.com for about $350.00 They also provide repair parts and kits. Hawks 3rd Gen Camaro, Brocks Camaros, and FBodyMotorsports are also sellers of repair parts. Sellers on EBay actually sell the motor and housing units for about $40-50 each.
Hey Dottie==Check the connections on the rear hatch and window. These sometimes get corroded and won't make contact. GoodluckJoe Almost every one of the wiper motors strip out the gear in the motor. There are no parts available except the complete unit. It requires removing the back door plastic cover and replacing the motor assembly.
Check by or near the unit itself
It's very easy. Open rear hatch. Remove two screws under the light assembly. Pull the unit out. It might take some wiggling to get it past the hatch. Remove grey connector and install new light assembly.
yes, you will need a oil sending unit socket and should be located at rear of motor, towards firewall. Check with auto parts store near you for socket and ask for a print out of exact location of unit. Have a good day and GOD BLESS.
No, the gears are stamped as part of the regulator arms. If the gears are bad the regulator unit would need replaced. More likely a problem with the gear on the motor. I've never seen the motor gear offered separately. Motor would have to be replaced.
Usually it is a sealed unit - but if you remove blower motor and drill a small hole in the rear and spray a lubricant into it ,it may help Usually it is a sealed unit - but if you remove blower motor and drill a small hole in the rear and spray a lubricant into it ,it may help
top rear of the motor, next to the distributor
Look at the top of the engine at the rear center
At the rear of the engine just behind the distributor
To change out the flasher unit on a Holden Astra you must remove the back panel of the rear unit and access the bulbs. If the bulb in the flasher is not broken then you may need to replace the flasher relay system.
Remove the rear light cell to expose the sending unit. All will be clear then.....AP
The Oil Pressure Switch (Oil Sending Unit) is located on the rear of the motor towards the top. The crank sensor is located next to it if that helps any.
You need to first remove the rear wiper blade. To do this pop off the end cap and remove the 10mm nut from assembly. The next step is to remove the larger nut(I used 23mm deep socket) with the correct size socket or wrench. This nut can be really hard to remove is it is rusted. After that you will need to open the rear hatch and first remove the handle on the lower right hand side, two phillips screws inside the tabs. Then you will be able to pop off the lower portion plastic trim(carefully). Next step is to undo the wiring harness, and then remove three 10mm bolts holding the motor assembly and pull out the whole assembly. To put in new unit reverse steps. Good luck.
It is best to replace entire regulator as one unit. Remove door panel. Remove bottom nut of regulator, and remove two top nuts of regulator. Loosen two bolts on bracket holding window. Support window, and carefully remove regulator as one unit.
The running lights are inside the light unit, the unit is held in with two screws and simply slides into position. To access the light unit, open the back hatch, and pull the interior away from the top edge of the back wall of the trunk just enough to gain access to the screws along the top edge of the unit. Once removed slide the whole light unit sideways, away from the center line of the car. From there you will see the lights held in the plastic unit with rubber 1/2 turn standard clips.
On the block near the oil filter. Right rear of the engine
try to change the dash control unit but still did not work
the rear a/c unit is made up of an a/c evaporator, a blower motor and if equipped a heater core with blend door. your most likely needing the blower motor to work. check the fuses inside the cab by the drivers left knee area, then the ones located under the hood and the ?drivers? side. usually they are labeled pretty well. the a/c unit itself runs off the same compressor as the front unit. so unless both are not working most likely the fuse for the rear blower motor.
Open the hatch and take out the two rubber grommets from behind the brake-light unit. Insert the flat blade of a screwdriver into each hole and press down the spring clip, releasing the light unit from its seat. Drop the hatch and replace the 18watt wedge-ended bulb. Push the unit back into its seat and replace the two grommets.