Take it to a local body shop as prices depend on whst part of the country you live in. goodluckJoe
when that happened to me i took it to my insurance, and they told me to take it to any body shop of my choice. all i had to pay was my deductible of 250 dlls, and the total cost for them was over two thousand dollars. jaja good luck
I have had alot of problems with the front bumper catching on the parking blocks. One body shop put in screws, but we have since found out that for $150 a bodyshop has some really good glue and can put it back on.
Hey Stef===Take it to a local body shop as the prices vary depending on what part of the country you live in. GoodluckJoe
It would be up front near the radiator, but alot of cars dont even have block heaters, its usually a aftermarket accessory.
the dimmer switch is going out if you are experencing that.
1. apply the parking brake, block rear wheels, jack up front end and place on jack stands2. disconect negative battery cable3.detatch air duct from bumper cover (ac models)4.remove side markers and headlamp assemblies5.remove bumper cover nuts, bolts, and clips6.disconect any electrical connectors that would interfere7.remove the rivets and retainers and pull the absorber and bumper assemblies
Try looking for a blown fuse.
I hear there was a problem with the parking switch. The parking switch (what I call it) is the mechanism that is connected to the brake which would need to be depressed before you could shift out of park. It is a safety feature. So basicaly when you would push in the brake pedal the switch would not activate and therefore you could not shift out of park. FYI there is a recall on the parking switch.
The average car length is 4.12m. A mile is 1609m, therefore it would take 390.5 cars bumper to bumper to make a mile. The car length was calculated by a study in Oregon, used to find the right length for parking spaces
you could, but than you would have to change verything except for the block itself, so the cheaper option would be to get a drivetrain from a wrecked golf/jette diesel.
Please clarify your question.
from one bumper to the other bumper
# Apply parking brake,raise the vehicle and secure it # working under the vehicle,detach the fasteners securing the lower edges of the bumper cover # Working in the front wheel opening,detach the retaining screws securring the bumper cover to the inner fenderwell splash shield # Pry out the lower edge of the splash shield,then reach up behind the bumper cover and remove the bumper cover fender retaining nuts # remove the fasteners securing the upper portion of the bumper cover and pull the bumper cover assembly out and away from the vehicle. # Disconnect any electrical connections which would interfere with removal
Most of them are. However it was a factory ordered option. If you are having trouble finding it, they are usually placed underneath the front bumper, near when the front licence plate bracket would go. It will be connected underneath the bumper.
That would depend on where exactly you are parking.
I live in a dead end and no one parks in the intersection. Parking in the intersection would block access. Inter + sect, ya know? We park face in, not parallel. This has been validated by the parking patrol.
Check your fuses again because the parking lights and dash lights often share the same fuse; that is why they both quit.AnswerParking light fuse is not in the fuse block that's on the right side of the dash - its in the fuse block mounted to the drivers wheel well in the engine compartment. Check the fuze block under the hood on drivers sidr near washer tank fuze block in bad spot gets corrosion and causes the power to be stoped at that point , unhook block and clean connections.
Bumper stickers are not for muscle cars like GT500, the answer is no bumper sticker
Most of the Sunfire vehicles do not have a plug in for the cold. If a 2002 Sunfire had an aftermarket block heater installed, the cord for it would be located in the front bumper.
Bumbers have shock absorbers on them to absorb the shock of a minor impact (5mph) without causing significant damage to the car or the object hit. So, if you backed into a concrete wall while parking, the bumper would move with the shock absorbers - you might get a scuff on the paint; but if there was no shock absorber, the bumper or the mounting brackets would get bent (or the wall would break).
For on street parking one would have to opt for angled parking as the easiest to perform.
you have to remove the bumper and grill to get to the head light screws behind the bumper it is not that hard to do but it would be best if you got the repair manual from your local parts store i have the haynes repair manual and it told me step by step how to do it. it only took about 2 hours for me to do it but i installed fog lights in mine so i had a little extra wires to deal with.. hope this helps
Support the bumper with a jack or jackstandWith an assistant supporting the bumper remove the bolts/nuts retaining the bumper to the frameRemove the inner bumper bracket mounting bolts and the push-in fastners securing the air deflector to the bottom of the bumper fasciaDisconnect any wiring harnesses that would interfere with bumper removal and detach the bumper
More than likely, both parties. If there is enough damage to make a claim then it would be up to the insurance companies to make a decision. The claims would more than likely cancel each other out. If the other car is not moving and you are moving, there is no question that it will be ruled to be your fault.
It would be approx 1827.7 miles.
This was an option if you lived way up north or in Canada. If your vehicle came with this option the cord would be located directly under the front bumper.