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.
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
That would depend on where exactly you are parking.
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.