How do you remove the driver?
See related links below for a really good step by step guide. Following are some minor noted differences: The armrest for the 91 model has a padded cover which has to be removed from the top to access two of the screws. Pry the cover up on the side closest to the front of the car with a screwdriver …and work your way back. On the back end is a plastic hook that should release from the forward movement of popping the rest of the cover up. The inside door handle trim needs to be released in two places, not just the one shown. First release as shown by inserting a small screwdriver into the crack between the handle and the bottom trim where the handle hinges and push up on the screwdriver handle to release. Then insert into the crack between the lock lever and the top trim and push down on the handle to release the top side. Then continue as shown in the directions. Note that the door handle trim was the one thing I had the most trouble with. If you don't know the trick with the screwdriver release then you will end up having to destroy the trim to get it off. ( Full Answer )
Start removing panel by removing the 6-phillip headed screws found on the front, rear, and bottom of the panel. Some screws have a plastic covers over the screwhead. Just pop them off if so equipped and remove the screw. There may by one larger Phillips screw located toward the front of the panel ab…out 2/3 rds of the way toward the bottom that is under a small plastic cap. You need to make a mental note as to what screws were removed from what section of the door to reassemble later. Label a zip lock bag for each type of screw and area found to keep things straight later. If the car is equipped with power mirror the defrost vent cover will need to be removed from the door. The wiring connector for the mirror I think is under the panel, but the vent cover will need to be removed to release the top of the door panel. The door pull handle will have two screws under the plastic cover. Remove the cover by placing a very small flat screwdriver into the square hole located on the bottom front and push down on handle. It should start the cover removal. I used a pick tool, that came with the soldering gun kit,to help pry the cover loose. The door handle latch assembly has two Phillips head screw, one toward the upper left under a plastic cap and one toward the back bottom. You'll have to pull on the handle to get the screwdriver in positon to turn the screw the lower right corner of the black handle assemble. The door handle cover will need to be removed for the removal of the panel. If you pull on the panel you will break the door handle cover. There is a plastic catch at the rear of the black door handle assembly theat holds the handle cover. You must release this from the door handle assembly in order to remove the door handle cover. Once you have the door handle cover free you will have to remove the switch connector from both the door lock and the power window. Once all of the screws are removed you can pull the panel away from the door. The door panel is locked into the bottom of the window opening, just push up on the panel and it will be free. Pull the switch connectors through the holes in the panel. GOOD LUCK! ( Full Answer )
Remove the screws from the handle and then the door panel will slide up. It has clips that will only let it slide up
Answer . First disconnect the connectors under the seat. Remove the 3 bolts (Front Left, Front Right, Rear Right). Remove the nut from the Left Rear. Lift seat up and out.
this should help. remove the interior trim panel. there are two small screws, one at the top right corner of the door, and one behind the handle. then there are three larger Philips, two under the arm rest and one in the vertical handle piece. i found that a puddy knife worked best to pry the panel …from the door frame. there are two little plastic retainers on the rods going from the door to the panel, push them off the rod and pull the rod out of the bracket. It will require some force, just enough to remove it, don't brake it) and disconnect the wiring harness, (this will require the removal of the speaker) push them out of the door. Remove the door check pin, (don't wreak this piece, the pin holding the arm from the door to the door jam), scribe around the door hinged. (enough to brake the paint bond) then have a friend near by and have them hold the door while removing the hinge to door bolts (#30 Torx head) and remove the door. the door is heavy so be careful. Install in the reverse order of removal. If you are still having trouble find a Cherokee haynes repair manual, very helpful! ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nYou need a torx bit 40 or 45 I think.. Answer . \nOk, follow the seatbelt up to where its bolted to the frame. Take a small screwdriver and release the plastic housing around the seatbelts top anchor. Take a T-45 socket, (for a less forceful removal); use an air impact to bolt. F…ollow seat belt down to bottom anchor. Now, it's way better take off the interior panel, but if you can work through the speaker slot, after removing it. (REMEMBER TO KEEP TRACK OF ALL SCREWS AND BLOTS AND WERE THEY'RE LOCATED) If panels off, unscrew the screw from plastic housing and pull aluminum rivet. Use a T-45 and air impact wrench to remove bolt in bottom anchor. Be careful that bolt is notorious for stripping and good luck ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nif you're asking about the wheel and tire, loosen the lugnuts while the vehicle is on the ground, jack it up, then remove the lugnuts. If you're asking about taking the tire off the rim, it's easier to have a shop do it. Just take the tire and wheel in and ask them to take it off, shou…ld never cost more than a few bucks.. Answer . If your wheel is wedged onto the hub, jack the car up and put jack stand underneath the vehicle - DON'T PERFORM THIS PROCEDURE WITH A JACK ONLY!\n. \nLoosen the lug nuts slightly. Jack up the vehicle. Loosen the lug nuts all the way out - don't totally remove them or you may end up having the wheel fall on you.\n. \nWith the vehicle SECURELY raised on jack stands, position a block of wood near the edge of the wheel rim. Hit the block of wood with a large mallet - don't hit the rim with the mallet or you will damage it.\n. \nIf you don't have a mallet, wear soft-soled shoes and give the edge of the rim a good, solid blow (or two or three) with the heel of your foot.. Answer . Otherwise, if the wheel is rusted on, you also can try to loosen the lug nuts with a wrench etc. and then re-tighten them by hand when the car is on the ground. Re-loosen the lug nuts about 1/4 of a turn, preferrably on cement or tar. then just drive the car forward a little bit and press the brakes hard, after doing this once or twice it may break loose enough that you can continue to take the wheel off the car with a jack ect. ( Full Answer )
Door Panels. Removal & Installation. 1. Remove the sail panel.. 2. Remove the door panel by carefully lifting the panel upward to release the retaining clips.. 3. Remove the electrical plugs that control the windows, exc.. 4. The installation is the reverse of the removal.
Answer . \nFirst remove the Window Crank Handle. Then remove all of the screws you can find, 1 for the door release, 1 for the door grip, and 4 for the door panel. Pop loose all of the lower door area, and carefullyremove the door panel. Remove the plastic behid the door panel, SAVE IT!!. With t…he window all of the way down, remove the screws that hold the window in and remove the window. Revers to reinstall, being sure to locate the new window into the grooves for that. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nThe Generation Vibe Forum has the answer you are looking for (The same question I was looking for too). Here is the website that I found your answer http://forums.genvibe.com/zerothread?id=785. The discussion talks about removing the panels to replace the speakers. Hope this helps.
Answer . You need to remove the inside panel, where the arm rest and the control switches are. 2 screws under the arm rest then the pannel is held by snap in pins. After removing the inside panel, you will have access to 3 screws holding the mirror, this applies to the passenger side too.\n. \n…You may need to buy new snap in pins from Strauss or Autozone to replace the old ones that get damage when removing the panel. ( Full Answer )
There are bolts underneath the seat. Just undo the bolts and when you get the bolts undone you will notice that there is also a little cord that goes to the seat belt just unhook that cord and you will then have a seat separated from jeep
2 bolts recline it back and tip it up and slide it out. The only problem is the bolts are big torx heads.
There are 8 socket (Allen) screws aroung the panel - 2 front, 2 back, 3 across the bottom - remove these. Then you have to pry off the cover of the grab handle. The cover only - look for the seam. Underneath, there are two large Phillips head screws - remove these. Pry off the speaker cover. There a…re 4 Phillips head screws there - remove them. Remove the wires from the speaker. The door panel will come straight off - not up. Be careful of the the wiring to the mirror control and the window control. --Paul (pm remove this email@example.com ( Full Answer )
There are 2 screws on the bottom left and right. There is one screw inside the door handle lever conpartment. There is one screw under the carpet of the door handle itself. Just in front of the window switch. After removing these screws, you can take a flat head screw driver and unsnap the left, rig…ht and bottom edges. The panel hooks to the top of the window lip. Push up and and to the right at a slight angle towards the mirror on the door. Angle the panel to remove the door lever then unplug the window switch. It's now completely off. ( Full Answer )
You will need to take out the screws with some special tools. Makesure to keep everything in a safe place so you can use it later.
Remove the four bolts that secure the chair. Tilt the seat forward using a lever. Hold the chair from the back and remove it.
Unless the glass is broken then there is no reason to remove it. If you have a problem it is possibly the motor or regulator.
There are 4 mounting bolds that hold the seat to the floor. Remove them. Pay attention to any wiring attach to the seat.
If the driver is designed to have the weights moved you would get the proper wrench with it to help you move them, if it did not come with one you should see if the weights are meant to be moved and if so, try and buy one off the internet. You should not remove weights if they are not meant to be mo…ved as it may damage it. ( Full Answer )
The drivers door panel has 12 retaining clips. Pry outward on eachclip, one at a time. Remove the inside door handle retainingscrews.
You need to remove the 4 or 8 bolts that hold the track to the floor. Then you can remove the seat. But you must unclip the wires for the motor first before removing it so you do not damage them.
there are bolts that are underniether the seat which you need to use a ratchet to take the seats out its held in by four bolts i believe
Be careful with the plastic parts on the door, they are kind of fragile. First, lift up on the back part of the padded armrest part of the door. A screwdriver to pry with will help. If the clip breaks, you can just glue it back onto where it broke from. Take out the little round plug in the handle p…art behind the window switches, and then take out the screw underneath that. Pry up the other part of the armrest that has the window switches in it, and unplug the switches. There will be two hex-headed screws where you just removed the armrest, take those out. Then very gently pry off the small frame around the door handle. It will probably crack but it too can be glued if you want to. Then pry out the clip that holds in the triangle peice right behind the outside mirror. After that, just grab the bottom of the door panel, or pry out a place if you have too, and pull straight out. It is hooked over the window sill at the top, so when you have freed all the clips, lift the panel up. ( Full Answer )
Take off the steering wheel cover and unscrew all the screws then disconnect the wires.
Door Panels . Removal & Installation . 1. Remove the sail panel (Front Doors Only). . 2. Remove the door panel by carefully lifting the panel upward to release the retaining clips.. 3. Remove the electrical plugs that control the windows, exc.. The installation is the reverse of the removal.
Very, very carefully. If you don't know how, you really ought to get someone who does to help you. You can hose a program -- even the operating system -- if you don't know what you are doing.
You need to remove the 4 or 8 bolts that hold the track to the floor. Then you can remove the seat. But you must unclip the wires for the motor first before removing it so you do not damage them.
That would depend upon your make and model. I know on my Nissan 240sx to actually disassemble the headlight itself, you have to remove the glue attaching the glass to the backing of the headlight. This is usually done by heating it up in some sort of oven. If your just looking to change a bulb, Goog…le your make and model and you should find sufficient results. ( Full Answer )
Control panel > System > Hardware > Device manager > Sound, video and game controllers > right click on your audio device > Uninstall
remove drivers inside door panel and there are 2 or 3 bolts that hold mirror on from the inside after you diconnect the wire harness if it is a power mirror
you can by putting it in warm water for about 1 min and 45 sec but make sure the water is not to warm
Turn the airbag on , crash the car , try not to die this will get the airbag out grab a pair of siccors then snip like I snipped my foreskin
i have a 1991 jeep laredo 2 door.like to find a new door fordrivers side...does the 4 doors have the same size...and what yearsif so.....thank you Vince firstname.lastname@example.org
Roll back driver resets the driver to the last driver you had. Therefore removing the updated driver.
replace the upper control arm and take it to aligment shop it will be the right process
The printer drivers you set in System Preferences for your user account are stored in a folder called Printers inside the account's Library folder. These can be removed by clicking the - (minus) button under the list of printers in the Print section of system preferences. There are a range of drive…rs, installed with Mac OS X, that are stored in the Printers folder in the Library folder at the hard disc level of your system. These can be removed but will be replaced when you update the system. ( Full Answer )
Airbags are safe while they are properly mounted in the car, but when removed, they can be potentially quite hazardous. Stringent safety precautions should be taken when working with them. Wear safety glasses, and use some means of grounding yourself to the car chassis while working on it to prevent… any static charge from building up. Disconnect the battery! First and foremost, this MUST be done to prevent any accidental actuation of the bag! Remove the negative cable, and make sure it can't accidentally work its way back into contact with the battery post. On the back side (front side?) of the steering wheel spokes you'll see two holes, one on each side. Inside these holes are screws. Remove them, and the horn button and airbag assembly will come off. Disconnect the wires. After you remove the air bag assembly, you should short the wires together with a paper clip or similar, to avoid any possibility of static electricity causing it to discharge. DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES try to "check out" the airbag by using a meter on the wires! Put the airbag in a suitable cardboard box to protect it after you have it off. Keep it in a safe, dry location until you're ready to reinstall it. ( Full Answer )
there should be 4 bolts that hold the seat to the floor. just remove them and if it has power seat dont forget to unplug them.
remove the plastic trim covering the 4 mount points, 2 front / 2 rear the plastic trim is clipped on, so requires motivation to remove (be careful for the front middle, as mine snapped away from the clip & i had to use epoxy to glue it back together) remove the 4 T50 torx bolts remove the 3 wiring… connectors at the base use the knob on the side to move the seatback forward as far as possible lift the seat out :) ( Full Answer )
The airbag is located inside the black cover in the center of the steering wheel. Same piece you hit to sound the horn and it sperates from the steering wheel. Once that piece is off, Im not sure how to take the airbag out, as I only replaced my steering wheel. But, to get this piece off, there are …two bolts on the backside of the steering wheel. Pop the hole covers off with a flathead screwdriver and remove bolts. Disconnect the wiring harnessess and the center piece is out. I hope this helps or, at the very least, gives you a place to start. ( Full Answer )
Pull. The car is built like a Lego set, haha. Mine has manual crank windows, so for me: 1)Use a rag to remove the clip on the window crank. Just put an edge in between the base of the crank and the door panel. move it around. Be careful not to lose the clip, as it tends to kinda fly off. 2)Pry o…ff the little black sail shaped trim panel that covers the mirror bolts. there are two clips, and all of the panel removing can be done with a panel tool, putty knife, flat screwdriver, or your fingers sometimes. 3)Pry off the top part of the arm rest. The very top is rubber, underneath it is black plastic. both have to come up, but you have to peel back the rubber part a bit to expose the black plastic. put the tool you are using to remove the panel in between the black plastic and the interior colored plastic below it. pry. there are 4 clips holding it down, i think. 4) the last step should have exposed two screws. take them out. 5) there is a screw at the back of the cup of the inside door handle. take it out, and shift the handle toward the front of the car. it should come loose, however it will still be attached to the door mechanism. 6) pry around the edge of the door panel to release all clips. once you do this, the panel should seem pretty loose. 7) lift the panel up over the door lock. at this point, the door handle will still be holding on to the panel. rotate the panel so that the door handle will fit through the opening. 8) you are now holding the door panel. Hope this helps, figured it all out last summer when i replaced speakers in my 95. To put it back on, reverse the steps. also, if you have power windows, that panel the switches are on should pry up, and you should be able to unplug them. that also needs to happen before you try and pull the panel away, unless you want to do some rewiring. if power windows are the case, you can obviously disregard the step of removing the crank. ( Full Answer )
Open the door and find something to put under the bottom of the door to support it's weight. Remove the bolts that fasten the door to the door hinge, remove the top one last and be sure to have a firm grip on the door when you take the last bolt out so you don't drop the door.
There is a hole on each side of the steering wheel. Insert a 3mm rod or allen wrench into the holes and push. You are compressing a round straight spring that locks into a notch on each the airbag retaining pins. The airbag will come right out and you can then work removing the wire connectors, most… likely they are melted and must be destroyed. Do NOT remove any of the trim on the steering wheel. It is not necessary. ( Full Answer )
The answer is not really. It stays on your record forever but normally for driver;s license purposes it goes off in ten years.
The power seat has black plastic covers in the rear which have these 1.5 inch long (or so) nail like pins in the center holding them down which cover the power seat rear holdown nuts. These are pried up with various pliers etc. and pull free of the plastic cover which covers (2) 13 mm hold down nuts… on both the inboard and outboard side of the seat. After the 4 rear nuts (two per side) were removed a search was conducted for maybe two front seat hold down nuts. None could be found except maybe under and through the seat track upon which the seat rides. These appear to be inaccessible (if they exist- which they likely do since there is something under the track at these locations (shouds hiding the through bolts)? My next move is to try and lift the rear part of the seat to see if it is possible to lift it (assuming the forward shoroud coverd supports under the seat track are merely (alignment) pins and are not secured by nuts. (This power seat has a switch to move the seat forward/backward and also two switches to control the tilt angle of the seat. There appear to be 2 small motors per track and one larger motor which is geared to each track - probably which controls the forward /reverse position of the seat.) The seat motor(s) make sounds but the seat itself does not move. A power cable to the motor system is directly under the seat and is easily disconnected by prying open the 'quick connect' plastic tongs on the connector. So the question remains: How is the front of the seat secured to the floor? : 1)With alignment pins under and through the seat track or 2) with a nut atop the track in bolts that come up from the floor and go through the bottom part of the seat track. Thanks in advance if you have the answer (I'll post mine if I get one). ( Full Answer )
On the rear of the steering wheel there is a pair of screw holes that contain torx head bolts, undo these and the airbag comes away from the steering wheel. Once the airbag is free you'll see a yellow tag that also need to be removed, once that is removed the airbag has been removed. All of this MUS…T be done with the battery DISCONNECTED or you risk the airbag deploying in your face. If you are unsure of the process or are not experienced please leave this to a professional. ( Full Answer )
remove screw holding the trim around the door handle. remove trim piece around the door handle. pop out the clear red plastic piece and remove the bolt behind it. there is one more bolt, im pretty sure under the door handle. the rest of the door panel is held on by pushin style clips. remember to di…sconnect the wiring harnesses ( Full Answer )
Depending on how large it is and if the metal is creased or not, you can simply remove the dent by using s large suction cup and pull it out. If there is an actual crease in the dent, then other methods would have to be used.. Tapping it out from the inside by removing the inner door panel then shap…ing and finally filling and repainting. OR you could call a local Paintless dent repair company and let them decide the best way. Good Luck. ( Full Answer )
It just bolts into the floor. IIRC, it should be four bolts throughthe brackets in the base of the seats. Unbolt them, and it'll pullright out.