If you are refering to the cv boots on the half shafts I have found that not only is it almost cheaper but easier just to replace the entire shafts on each side. They come as an entire assembly which makes replacement fairly easy. I am speaking from experience. These cars are a money pit and I'd recommend dumping it. I'd love to dump mine but I've got so much money in repairs into it now that I'll have to drive it until dooms day.
It just prys off. Work it slow from all sides in order not to break the assembly behind it.
The light assembly is secured with two Phillips (cross-head) screws. Remove the screws, then pry the light assembly from the car. Gently flex the sides of the bulb holder to free the bulb. Replace bulb. Push assembly back into place replace the two screws
the two tabs are located on the bottom left and bottom right sides of the assembly. you should be able to pop it out with a screw driver. be gentle!
first remove tires from vehicle then remove calipers then you can replace break pads on both sides of vehicle
OK ... Here's the REAL answer: You cannot change the bearings on a Pontiac Sunfire. You must replace the "Hub-Assembly" they will be the same on both sides .
This is not an easy one to answer without pictures. It takes a Phillups screwdriver, you will find 2 scews to pull out the turn signal assembly. Then your able to to reach in behind the headlamp assy and pull it out. There are 2 pop outs on the bottom, and 1 clip that you need to be careful not to break. push in the sides of the clip and it comes right out. I hope this helps you.
There is a tab in the middle of the assembly on the left side. Press down towards the floor while pushing the assembly towards the brake pedal (left). After the assembly sides out of the mount, disconnect the wiring. Squeeze each side of the compression fitting and pull the connector out.
open your tailgate and notice two 7mm bolts on both sides that will remove the light and give you access to the light assembly and just check all three and replace the one you need
Open the hood and there are screws on both sides loosen then move flaps and pull light backwards until you can get to the bulb.
They are on all sides of the block.They are on all sides of the block.
05+ Honda Odyssey license plate lights. Pop out the license plate lights in the rear. There are two of them. Use a very thin flathead screw driver and pop out the sides of the inner clear light assembly. They are on the sides. Once that is done, remove the light bulb and replace with a new bulb. Pop in the clear light assembly cover. Turn on lights to see if the bulb is working and it is is then you're done. Approximately 10-15 minutes total.
First, remove the plastic cover that covers the headlight/grill area. Once that is removed, there are two tabs that stick up on both sides of the headlight assembly. Use a pliers to gently pull them up and the assembly will pull out. When you pull the bulb out of the assembly, be careful not to break the tabs off the plastic ring that holds the bulb in place. Reverse the procedure.
They are on both sides and the rear.They are on both sides and the rear.
I just did this on both the driver and passenger sides and this is what I did: I purchased the whole headlight modules from a Pontiac dealership parts department. The price was $109 each (included a headlight bulb, purchased 8/2007) and the passenger and driver sides are different part numbers. I don't think you can easily replace just the light cover. Open the hood and look for two small bolts right on top. These two bolts hold the entire light assembly in place (headlight and turn signals). Remove these two bolts. Next, carefully wiggle the light assembly forward and out. The light assembly has a little tab that slides into the framing so be careful not to damage this. Once the light assembly is out, detach the wiring attached to the assembly and unclip the wiring to the headlight bulb. There are screws that hold the headlight module to the light assembly. Remove these two screws. You'll probably need a socket wrench with an extension for this since the screws are down in the assembly. The old headlight module will come out of the assembly easily at this point. Slide the new headlight module in place and attach with the screws. You may need to push a bit to get the screws started since the holes in the headlight module are not treaded. Reattach the headlight wiring clip and the light assembly wiring clip. Carefully slide the light assembly tab into place and reattach the assembly with the bolts that you removed. The driver and passenger sides are replaced in the same way. I think this is a problem that tends to occur in older Pontiac Grand Prix. Mine has 151k miles on it and both covers fell off in the span of about 3 weeks. This car has run very well for us so we'll probably keep it for a long time.
It is a Canyon as in the Grand Canyon.
Remove glove box by squeezing the sides when open then slide off side hinge. Remove white door by squeezing clips then slide out filter.
Go down to you local Auto Parts store and I am sure they will be happy to help you. You just replace the Halogen bulb. It is accessed from the rear under the hood. Go ahead and replace both sides at the same time. They have about the same life expectancy, and the other one will burn out very soon.
About $600.00 at a local shop, and it would be both sides- effectively the heads being rebuilt. At a dealer, the cost would automatically be double the above amount.
Looking through FMCSR 393.47, the only requirement I see in there is that the effective length of a slack adjuster on each end of an axle must be the same.
yes you should replace both sides at the same time
hoover and glen canyon
Nobody built the Grand Canyon--it formed naturally because the Colorado River eroded the sides of the canyon off.
All sides are 6" by 8".
the grand canyon began in the west and east, as the water carved out of the rock, the two sides met. the meeting point is called the grand canyon event
They are placed in the lane gutters. Depending on the center, they may have automatic or semi-automatic lane bumpers which are mounted in the gutters or sides.