I just did this today on my 92. There's no info in the most popular manual. The "right" way seems to involve removing the bolt from the motor mount on top of the engine. You may need to loosen the other bolt to get it to swing out of the way. Then, there are four bolts holding the mount to the engine. Well, actually, the lower two appear to be exhaust manifold studs. There's also a bolt that attaches to a strut supporting the drivebelt accessories. So, you need to remove that first, then remove the two bolts that hold the bracket to the top of the engine, then remove the nuts from the exhaust manifold studs. There's also a heat shield over the manifold with another bracket behind it, if I recall correctly. If, like me, you have consumer-grade hand tools, you might not want to risk stripping or breaking the studs. I wound up removing the coil pack. First, remove the wiring harness that faces you - 7mm bolt. Then, three nuts on the bottom that mount it to the bracket. 11mm if I recall correctly. Lift the unit straight up and set it in a safe location nearby. Then, the plastic cover can be removed if you cut the boots off the old wires. There are two tabs you can't see at the bottom, and it sits on three T-shaped mounts. Carefully work it loose, then slide it up over the rocker cover until you can remove it. Not much room at all. OK, now lift the tab on the right side and the cover will come off. Pull the old wires out. See how they are run in channels? You can't slide them to adjust the length. There's also no clearance to put the #1 cable in place with the cover on. I just left it off. It was doing a fine job trapping oil and soaking the old wires. To reinstall, first put the #1 cable roughly in position. You won't have enough clearance to put it in the plastic cover first. Then, place #5 in the top groove and #3 in the middle groove. Make sure #3 boot is left of the oil filler tube and #5 is on the right. Also make sure the wires are in front of the two tabs on the bottom. Carefully replace the plastic guide and place the #1 wire in its groove. Fun, huh? You could also just cut the old wires off at the plastic sleeve and use some wire looms to separate the new wires, making sure that they do not contact the manifold or have any chance of getting caught in the fan. I might do that next time. Thanks, GM, for making yet another basic maintenance task a major pain for us backyard mechanics.
you need to remove the tail light lens. There is a large round plastic cap located behind the lens in the truck .Remove the cap and there is a black plastic nut that you can remove by hand, that will release the lens and you will be able to replace the bulbs.
open the trunk, remove the plastic cover assy, remove the required bulb, 1/2 turn and replace same. Replace plastic cover, by pushing the plastic rivits stright in.
Remove the plastic housing with small slotted screwdriver. Gently remove the bulb vertically and replace with new bulb. Replace plastic housing until you hear it click into place
open the hood, look up at the plastic covered area up to. remove multiple plastic hooks to remove the plastic covers on either side. the centre trapeziod cover is for the air filter. simply open and replace.
Remove the door panel, remove the lower side of the window channel, remove door lock mechanism. remove the black plastic cover help by 2 screws, then remove the black plastic door lock unit, with the connector on it, and replace. You can pry the unit open and replace the electric motor in it.
remove the plastic panel and there are 3 ten mm nuts remove and replace mirror.
lower the tank down and remove plastic shroud over pump and then remove the lock ring and replace pump.
To replace the rear bulb in a Toyota 4Runner remove the plastic covers located in the trunk. Taking off the plastic covers will reveal the taillight housing and bulbs. Replace the bulbs.
you remove plastic red/white cover with 2 screws and remove bulbs.
remove the plastic shrould-2 acorn nut,and 2 plastic clips-remove the coil for each plug-install new plugs-replace coils and shrould-go for a ride -your done.
You have to remove door panel to get access to the screws holding the inside plastic cover in place. Remove the plastic cover and then the three nuts holding the mirror.
use a torch to melt out the plastic then remove the clips(on the inside) and remove as normal
You remove the two screws on the top of the lense. You then pull the lense forward. There are plastic clips on the back that will release. You can now get to the bulb.
In order to replace the electric window motors on a Pontiac Grand Prix you will need to unscrew the Torx screws on the door, life it back to remove the plastic pieces. Remove all connectors, and the plastic covers.
Access the trunk area and remove the plastic side pockets. Remove the nut that is holding the thru screw. Go to exterior and remove the two holding screws, the light unit will now become loose. Pull on the unit to release the plastic "holdown" and the light unit will pop out. Replace the lights.
Remove one screw and release the plastic holders. pull the light straight out.
First a person would have to buy a replacement battery for this item. Then remove the face, remove the white plastic with a screwdriver, remove the screen, remove the battery, replace the battery, and put everything back on where it belongs.
You have to remove the door panel...not easy, but do-able. Once that is off you can remove the door handle and replace it.
To replace the heater core in a 1999 Opel Astra, remove the center console and remove the 6 5.5 mm bolts. Also remove the clips and remove the cover and plastic clips on each pipe. Finally, lift the heater core and replace with new.
For the rear... Remove the plastic nuts that hold the carpet on(behind the tail lights) and then you can easily remove the bulbs For the Front... You have to remove 2 bolts (that have plastic heads that your can turn with your hand) and remove the entire headlight assembly on that side
You have to remove the black plastic rivets on the winshield washer fluid container that sits above the battery and remove it. you will then see that battery and be able to replace it.
go in your trunk and there are covers where the brake lights are...remove covers, unscrew plastic nut, and remove light...
Drain the radiator. Remove the top radiator hose on the 2003 Buick Century. Unbolt the hose inlet. Remove the inlet housing and take out the thermostat. Replace the thermostat, install the housing and top hose, and refill with antifreeze.
First you remove the plastic engine cover on top of the valve cover. Then you remove the wires from each of the three coils, then you remove the bolt holding each coil and remove coil. Down in that hole is the spark plug, remove with socket and replace.
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