I'm trying to replace the headlight assembly for a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Lerado. What bolts or screws do I remove
The antenna feed is connected to a lead in the passenger footwell, so can be disconnected without removing the head unit. The antennat motor and assembly is accessed through the passenger wheel arch, after removing the wheel and plastic cover.
36 miilimiter for the spindle nut and 13 millimeter 12 point socket for the three bolts holding on the hub assembly to the steering knuckle.
location is on passenger side radiator , best view of sensor is done by removing headlamp assembly on passenger side. it is approximately 4-6 inches below radiator filler neck
It's located on the fuel pump assembly (fuel pump) in the fuel tank. It can be replaced by removing the fuel tank and then the fuel pump.
I do not believe there is such a thing as a tcu. there is an ECM (engine control module), and a TPS (throttle positioning sensor) TCU: Transmission Control Unit. On a Jeep Cherokee (not sure about the Grand Cherokee), it's located on the passenger side behind the dash. You can reach it from the bottom without removing anything, but it is easier of you remove the bottom of the dash.
The door ajar switch is located on the backside of the door latch assembly, and is accessed inside the door by removing the door trim panel.
By removing the bolts.
Do you have pictures or video of removing passenger side door panel on a 1996 Grand Marquis LS
4 Philip screws
Begin by removing the wiring harness from the back of your headlight. Remove the headlight assembly retaining bolts. The headlight assembly will come out.
On my 99 you remove the headlight assembly by removing the two plastic covered wing nuts, then remove the side marker/blinker assembly by removing the plastic covered wing bolt, then the light is accessible. It sounds harder than it is!
Access the fog light by removing the headlamp assembly. You will need to remove some of the screw clips on the plastic trim panel at the front of the engine bay to reveal the retaining bolts for the headlamp assembly. After removing the assembly, the fog light can be easily accessed.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from the back of your 1990 Ford Mustang headlight assembly. Remove the headlight assembly retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new headlight assembly.
I beleve you can get to it through the passenger wheel well
On the passenger side, between the engine and transmission. You can see it from underneath or by removing the passenger front tire and the cover behind it.
The brake lights on a 1998 Mercury Sable are changed by removing the retaining screws, pulling the light assembly away from the vehicle, and removing the bulb. A new bulb can then be installed and the assembly put back in place.
Its on the passenger side of the radiator, on the side of the radiator where you can't get to. Haynes manual says to remove the grill to get to it. Don't bother because its w waste of time. Try removing the lower radiator hose instead.
The headlight assembly on a 95 Olds Cutlass Ciera is removed by disconnecting the wiring harness and removing the bulb. The assembly can then be unbolted and removed from the vehicle.
The fan relay switch is located behind the passenger headlamp. The relay is visible, but you cannot get to it. There are two ways to get to it. Disassemble the complete front end including removing the upper core support or just removing the passenger headlamp, locate the location of the sensor, use a three inche hole saw and cut through the plastic carefully, watching for cables. The relay should now be eassily accessable.
Answeryou stick your finger in the clucker, and hope that ur car will start. If it doesmt then u got some problems...remove passenger headlight assembly, the bumper cover is covering it! don't bother removing cover, just cut a 3"x3" square and it is there a little to the left from center its sitting on inner fender frame.
the running light contacts are melting the plastic causing the contacts to spread apart opening the circuit you can actually bend the metal contact on the housing after removing the melted plastic or buy another light assembly the problem will continue to occur with time as jeep has not fixed this deficiency Replace the lense assembly.
try removing the glove box
Begin by removing the wiring harness from the back of 2004 Volvo headlight. Remove the headlight assembly retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new headlight assembly.