I rigged it using a washer and an e-clip. Works great and extremely cheap!AnswerYou could re-solder the grommet back on it is not diffucult but it is hard to say if it will hold well. answerIf your problem is like mine, ('99 Neon w/ 5-speed) then the plastic bushing inside the cable eye is worn out but everything else is still intact. They make bushing replacements that fit into the eye of the original cable. BOOGER BUSHINGS is the name of one's you can get from howell automotive. $21.95 for a set. Go to www.howellautomotive.com then click on Dodge neon and srt-4 parts then click on first gen neon '95-'99. Then click on transmission parts and you'll see a picture. I did a temporary fix on mine with a piece of rubber to replace the bushing at the tranny side of the cable. Now I have to fix the shifter side and I'm not sure if I can get to it. Do I get to it from inside the car or underneath it?
ANSWER 2. The shifter cover back to the little cargo box has to come out. Ther ar screws on the top near the shifter and inside the little cargo box plus 4 bolts on the sides in the back seat with a snap in cover over them. Pull park brake and then the cover coes off but it is a struggle.
all the slinding rear windows that i put in you had to replace the whole rear glass
Are you replacing the bulb or the entire assembly? - thunderheart the car guy
It is possible to replace the air conditioner clutch without replacing the entire compressor if you can find somewhere that sells just the clutch assembly and can get the appropriate tool to remove the pulley to get to the clutch. Try buying a repair manual and looking in there.
they make you buy the entire linkage assembly. No one makes a bushing kit for it. You can break out the existing remaining plastic bushing and replace with a rubber grommet from ACE Hardware used for electrical wires and it works perfect. The grommet will be about the size of a nickel Lube with lithium grease and you will be set email me at email@example.com if you need any more information
Since it's the lower, I think you can replace just the ball joint. Most of the time the uppers are replaced by replacing the entire arm.
Most probably you should replace the entire keyboard. Certain malfunctions can be remedied by replacing individual keys but many constructions do not permit this to be done in any convenient manner.
well it depends yes and no you could replace yours with someone else's otherwise no
i am pretty sure the front bearings are part of the entire hub assembly. replacing the bearings requires replacing the enitre front hub. at least that's how it was on my 97 dualie.
Yes new units are much more efficient.
If your present central A/C is not that old consider just replacing the outside condenser unit, check into that first before considering replacing the entire central A/C system.
Yes. You should also replace the race at the same time.
A human's epidermis is replacing every second, minute, day, and so one. It takes about a month for one's entire epidermis to be replaced.