First of all, the window is not your problem if stuff is trying to move. You need a window regulator assembly. The "wires" you see moving are not wires. They are cables. You are seeing the cable housings moving because the cables inside are being drawn up tight due to binding that is taking place with a broken pulley on the regulator assembly. If you not mechanically inclined, I reccommend you not do this yourself. This is a moderately difficult job, and requires some special tools and skills, namely a drill the you can drill out the rivets that hold the glass to the regulator without breaking the glass, and a huge rivet gun(as long as your arm) that is used to pop the new rivets on that will hold the glass to the new regulator, again without breaking the glass.
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You need to do this very carefully so you do not damage it. Assuming that you are mechanically inclined you can go to www.TSS-Radio.com/EverythingYouNeed for instructions.
Failure of the stepper motor that moves the needle. It can be replaced if you are mechanically inclined. We have instructions at our enthusiasts forum www.trailvoy.com
You need a new door check. You can replace yourself if you are mechanically inclined. You need a new door check. You can replace yourself if you are mechanically inclined.
yes. you must be highly mechanically inclined
To be mechanically inclined with lots of patience.
Take it to a shop or mechanically inclined friend.
If you are mechanically inclined, then you could use a manual for your specific vehicle and fix/replace the brake calipers yourself. If you are not mechanically inclined, then I would suggest finding a reputable local repair shop or dealership to take your vehicle to so that they can repair it correctly.
If you are mechanically inclined it is cheaper to replace the entire engine
Take the car to a mechanic or a mechanically inclined friend to take it for a test drive.
should take about 2 hours if you are mechanically inclined
This is not an atheistic question, however being unhandy means you are not mechanically inclined or able to fix things.
A degree in electrical engineering. Good math skills and being mechanically inclined are both a plus.
If you have to ask...get a mechanically inclined friend or relative to help.
Behind the glove box. Not an easy chore to fix if you're not mechanically inclined.
I just replaced mine. If you are mechanically inclined, you should have no problem as long as you get instructions. It is very time consuming 2.5-3 days if you have not changed one before. I have a DVD I obtained that I can sell you for $25.00 and has only been used once. Do not attempt without instructions.You can contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
One of your brakes may be stuck. If your not mechanically inclined take your car to a brake person ASAP.
Been there done that on my '88. Blown head gasket, easy fix if you're mechanically inclined.
About a half hour if you're mechanically inclined; an hour and change if you're not.
That's as easy as it gets in the transmission world. If you are mechanically inclined just figure it out. If not, don't touch it.
I'm signing up for a course in mechanical engineering next semester! My license plate is mechanically inclined on purpose.
unless you are mechanically inclined, you dont want to mess with it. It is under the front, passenger side of motor....alot of disassembling!!!
Head gaskets are not "fixable", they need to be replaced. The difficulty level depends on how mechanically inclined you are. Go to your local library and check out a repair manual (Hayne's or Chilton's) for your vehicle. You will find detailed instructions on head gasket replacement and you can decide if you want to take it upon yourself on or not.
If you are mechanically able to fix it yourself, then reading the handbook for your vehicle and this article, http://www.ehow.com/how_7591706_repair-parking-brake.html, should help. If you are not mechanically inclined, I would recommend taking the vehicle to a dealership or automobile repair shop to be fixed.
Unfortunately, Jags are notorious for bad door handles. They'll need to be replaced, which you can do yourself if you're mechanically inclined.