after replacing the drivers side the speakers still worked but after replacing the passenger side none of my speakers work
Whenever you get anything that has to do with the front suspension replaced you should go get your car realigned It is just good to make sure that you have it aligned.
You may have mis-aligned the sensor when you replaced it.
remove the front inner fender on the passenger side, then you will see the reservoir its black on the front of the inner fender the pump should twist out and be easily replaced good luck
No, doing a brake job does nothing to the front end.
Should be the second one back from the front on the passenger side. Driver side from front should be 1,3,5,7 Passenger side should be 2,4,6,8 for the cylinder count.
Im sure you have to pull the dash out and it should be right there in front of you in the passenger side seat. Just take a few bolts out after that holding a plastic cover on in front of it. I just replaced one on my 95 sure it should be the same. be ready for a job.
yes the two should be the same the front axle has not changed
Should be on left side (driver side) of framein front of exterior fuel pump. There should be a white tab to remove from each line. tines should slide off. When replacing tabs make sure they a replaced correctly.
My front passenger side bearing turned to dust, i replaced the rotor/bearings casing and the ABS sensor should be right there on the casing. The ABS sensor runs up to an extension right behind the headlights. Of course, i have a 95' explorer limited, but it should be the same. Look up pictures to know exactly what you are replacing. Good luck, hope your exploder will see better days than mineMy front passenger side bearing turned to dust, i replaced the rotor/bearings casing and the ABS sensor should be right there on the casing. The ABS sensor runs up to an extension right behind the headlights. Of course, i have a 95' explorer limited, but it should be the same. Look up pictures to know exactly what you are replacing. Good luck, hope your exploder will see better days than mine
Second from the front, passenger side.Second from the front, passenger side.
It is under the front passenger seat.It is under the front passenger seat.
Yes, just yesterday I saw a 2003 Honda Pilot EX damaged on the front passenger fender/bumper. Both airbags (driver and passenger) were deployed. The seat belt for the driver side will need to be replaced if the driver was using it. The passenger seat belt will be fine if no one was sitting there. A friend from Oklahoma
go ask someone else
YES, the pads should have been replaced at the same time you replaced the rotors.
Passenger side, inside the frame behind front passenger wheel. Should look like a silver/aluminum can.
Front passenger side.Front passenger side.
the compressor should be under the hood on the front passenger side, it should be.
It should be mounted inside the passenger side front fender .
The front passenger should be able to kick it.
Should be passenger side front to rear This is incorrect. Passenger side is 1, 2, 3, 4, front to rear, driver side is 5, 6, 7, 8 front to rear.
Passenger side front of engine.Passenger side front of engine.
Front passenger sideFront passenger side
I have a Chrysler Cirrus , and I just got my wheel front passenger side fixed... 208 dollars. I'm pissed
blled both front and rear in this order Passenger Rear, Driver Rear, Passenger Front, Driver Front.