The bracket snaps on the window over the plastic pin in the window. You need to pull the bracket away from the window to get it down and over the plastic pin. If you will be replacing the window regulator you can just cut the bracket where it snaps over the pin.
It is best to replace entire regulator as one unit. Remove door panel. Remove bottom nut of regulator, and remove two top nuts of regulator. Loosen two bolts on bracket holding window. Support window, and carefully remove regulator as one unit.
First you need to remove the door panel.Then remove the door handle bracket.Peel back the moisture shield.Tape the window into place,then unbolt the window from the regulator.Remove the window regulator from the access hole in the door.
its on the fire wall. unplug, unbolt, and remove.
yes just use a torx socket to remove the 6 screws holding the regulator / brushbox unit secured to the alternator... remove electrical connections to the regulator first...easy!
The Fuel pressure Regulator is located between the carburetor and distributor. Mounting screw is beneath the retaining bracket leaving about 3 inches to work with. * Remove distributor cap and rotor for access to retaining screw. * Remove fuel line connected to regulator * Remove rubber hose between throttle body and regulator * Using a #30 Torx bit (1/4 socket type) remove retaining screw located beneath the regulator mounting bracket. Space is very limited so use of 1/4 inch breaker bar may be necessary.
You have to remove the bracket assembly (that holds the grille) from the header panel.
The regulator can be found on the top of the alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the regulator. Remove the retaining screws from the regulator. Reverse the process to install the new regulator.
To remove the drivers side window and regulator, you will need to remove the door panel from the door. Then you can unbolt the regulator and window to remove them.
Remove the fuel regulator retaining screws. Remove the fuel regulator wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new fuel regulator.
Have to remove the door panel screws, then remove speaker, drop the cables off the window motor (maybe), drill out the rivets that secure the regulator at bottom and remove two bolts at the top of regulator. push window all way up remove glass from regulator, I used a screwdriver but am sure there must be an easier way to remove the caulk that hold window to regulator. then dats about it..if you need to replace motor same thing drill out the rivets and pull out from right side of door...have fun that project sucked for me..LOL
to remove the tensioner first you need to remove the bracket that holds it. once you have removed the pulley bracket with the pulley still attached to it, 1 remove the retaining nut, and washers. 2 You will need to use a press to remove the bearing from the post.. 3 If you are replacing the bearings on the pulley you will need to remove the "C" clip retainer, and press the bearing out.
It is built into the alternator. The regulator is found on the back of the alternator on 130 amp versions. The plugin is a part of it. Just remove the screws retaining the regulator to the alternator and install the new one in place of the old one. On 135 amp versions, it's inside the case of the alternator and replacement is not recommendedlace on that one. Just replace the whole thing. Read more: how do i replace the voltage regulator in a 99 Lincoln Tow - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/car/30ybw-replace-voltage-regulator-99-lincoln-tow.html#ixzz1fbu0gY2z Read more: how do i replace the voltage regulator in a 99 Lincoln Tow - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/car/30ybw-replace-voltage-regulator-99-lincoln-tow.html#ixzz1fbrqU9mp
Remove the breather, and it will be located on the back of the throttle body.
To remove the rivets that hold the ignition coil to the bracket: 1. Use a file or grinder to remove the head of the rivet on the bracket. 2, Use a suitable punch and drive the body of the rivet out of the bracket.
just pull up on it from the front of the seat it will pop out of the holders then un bolt the back of the bracket
The panel where the regulator is detachable. You will be able to remove it very easily. When you remove the panel you will see the way how the regulator can be replaced.
remove belt, remove alternator plugs, then bolts. pull out alternator. then undo bolts for bracket and remove.
Begin by removing the inside door panel. Remove the wiring harness from the electric window regulator. Remove the window regulator retaining screws.
Lower window at least a couple of inches if possible. Remove interior door trim panel. Unplug anything at trim panel. Unplug window motor. Remove 2 bolts holding glass to regulator. Tilt window glass forward, then remove upward and outward from door. Remove 4 or seven bolts and/or nuts mounting regulator and motor to door frame. I think it's 4. Maneuver regulator out of door frame. If 4 in above step, remove 3 bolts mounting motor to regulator, otherwise you'll be replacing the whole regulator. Install by reversing above procedure.
You will need a ratchet and a socket to remove it. You get under the rear of the truck and you will see the bolt and bracket holding the tire in place. Remove the bolt and the bracket hinges downward. You will need a ratchet and a socket to remove it. You get under the rear of the truck and you will see the bolt and bracket holding the tire in place. Remove the bolt and the bracket hinges downward.
remove your door panel there will be three screws holding it on. then you have to remove the screws holding your window to the regulator. then unbolt regulator and motor from door. Undo wiring going to motor.
There are 3 wing nuts holding the headlight bracket. Remove these and unplug wire going to headlight. Remove bracket from van and then the headlight can be removed from bracket.
Remove door panel, remove glass, take out old regulator ( if you need to remove rivets by cutting or punching them out you may use nuts and bolts to install new regulator), install new regulator and glass, ensure proper function, re-install door panel.
To replace the fuel pressure regulator on a 1987 to 1990 Chevy Celebrity with 2.8L/3.1L engine: 1. Remove the air duct from the throttle body. 2. Remove the two bolts that hold the throttle body to the plenum and move it slightly aside. You do not need to remove the throttle body from the engine. 3.Remove the nuts that hold the EGR valve to the plenum along with the vacuum line. Move the EGR valve aside, it does not need to be removed from the engine. 4. Remove the seven bolts that hold the plenum to the intake manifold. 5. Lift the plenum off of the intake manifold. Be careful to move the plastic vacuum lines out of the way without breaking them. 6. Unplug the vacuum line from the pressure regulator. 7. Remove the two fuel lines from the pressure regulator and move them aside. 8. Remove the two screws that hold the pressure regulator bracket from each fuel rail. Remove the two screws that hold the rails in place from each side.. 9. The fuel rails can now be moved away from the regulator . The "O" rings may be stuck and require some force to pull them out of the fuel rails. 10. Remove the two screws that hold the bracket to the fuel pressure regulator. 11. The fuel pressure regulator should now be loose. There are four fuel connections, two on each side. One on each side is larger, the "O" rings often stick in their bores in the fuel rail, remove them from the fuel rail if they are stuck there. The other two connecting fittings have two "O" rings each. Sometimes they stick in the fuel rail, sometimes in the regulator. If they stick in the regulator remove them for use with the new regulator. The new fuel pressure regulator should come with replacement "O" rings. A dab of oil on each will make re-assembly easier. Re-assembly: Reattach the bracket to the fuel pressure regulator. With the new "O" rings in place on the regulator slide the fittings into the fuel rails bringing them back in place. Put the screws that hold the bracket back in place and put the four screws that hold the fuel rails back in place. Re-attach the fuel lines and the vacuum line to the fuel pressure regulator. Using fresh gaskets put the plenum back in place, route the vacuum lines back in place. Re-attach the EGR valve and the throttle body along with the air duct from the air filter to the throttle body.
It is inside the upper intake manifold. It is attached to the fuel injector poppets with a bracket. To inspect/replace you must remove the upper intake manifold.