How do you replace steering wheel mounted radio control light bulb on Cadillac Escalade?
It is under the center console. There are 2 screws under the cupholders and 2 screws up by the storage compartment. If you remove those and remove the console, the BCM is a small square black box mounted toward the bottom. If you are looking from back to front at the 2 large wiring harnesses, the BCM is just in front of those mounted on the floor.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but it sounds like a problem with the clockspring inside the steering wheel column cover if the horn and the cruise control does not work ( the clockspring allows you to turn the steering wheel without pulling the wiring connections to your horn and cruise control switches mounted in your steering wheel )
Your blinker lights on your 1996 Nissan XE truck will not work but your hazzards do whats the problem?
Formula One cars use semi-automatic sequential gearboxes with six or seven forward gears and one reverse gear. The driver initiates gear changes using paddles mounted on the back of the steering wheel and electro-hydraulics perform the actual change as well as throttle control. Clutch control is also performed electro-hydraulically except from and to a standstill when the driver must operate the clutch using a lever mounted on the back of the steering wheel. Taken from…
For the 1993 model, it is mounted between the steering column and the heater control panel. I know that on my 95 villager I have a dash mounted control box under the drivers legs....there are 2 boxes.......one for the hazards and one for the flasher control. I know this because I changed the hazard/flasher box expecting both the signals and hazards back but got only hazards. I am now on the hunt for the other…
On a 97 with the supercharged 3.8L the power steering pump is not mounted on the same bracket as the alternator. The Alternator bracket includes the belt tension arm and has two water lines running through it but the power steering pump is mounted below it on the back of the engine. Why are you pulling the pump?