I had the exact problem with mine 02 Proege and the issue was there is a resistor that controls the fan speed and when the resistor blows it only gives full current(better than no current) to the fan. I took mine to the dealer and they charged $60 to fix it, parts and labour. cheers the problem IS the resistor, i have no doubt. usually resistor are located under the dashboard on the passenger side. $60 dollars is expensice, the part im sure costs no more than 10 dolars, try to change it yourself, its basically a plug that you plug in.
To remove the shift knob on a '95 Mazda MX-3 just twist the knob itself counter clockwise until it comes off!
You can go to your local junkyard which would probaly cost you a $1.
Yes, you can. If you look next to the head rest in the back seats theres a plastic knob that you pull UP. On each side, the plastic pull up knob button is on the side closest to the window. This disengages the latch that holds the seat in place. The seats simply fold down to lay on top of the sitting surface of the back seat.
There is a small bulb behind the fan speed knob, pull the knob out and with a pair of tweasers pull the bulb out and change it.
You need the user manual which has steps on how you can replace a shifter knob on a 2002 Dodge RAM 1500 with standard transmission.
twist it HARD
The knob poking out of the speedometer (similar to the knob used to reset trip miles) is used to set the time. Pull out knob slightly and turn to adjust.
There is a phillips head screw on the right side of the shift knob, as well as one on the front of the knob. I found it easiest to turn on the car then put the car in 2 and use a drill to get the screw out.
Just press on the volume knob.
Grab the Pastic ring at the bottom of the shift knob. Push down to release the boot. the turn knob counter-clockwise until off.