pull trim piece towards you, the one that goes around gages and speedo its real easy
Easy, step one: loosen the idler wheel tensioners. #2 remove the bolts that hold the skid to the tunnel and remove skid #3 remove chaincase cover and driveshaft bearing #4 remove speedometer cable from clutch side driveshaft bearing cover and driveshaft bearing #5 slide driveshaft towards chaincase enough to slide the track out.
on a 2.3, it is behind the radio, and is not easy to remove
To change the return filter on a 2003 Chevy Silverado is easy. Simply open the hood of your car and gently remove the filter and replace with new filter. that it!
Usually the nuts are under the radio knobs & then it's easy.
The starter for a 1999 Saturn is on top of the transmission under the air filter box. Remove the filter box for easy access.
Easy. Remove dash panel,two side clamps with your fingers and it comes right out. Just take your time.
on the tank on pasanger side towards top can get to with out trouble easy to get to to remove
Removing spark plug wires is rather easy. All a person needs to do is grab the top and the bottom of the cable wires firmly and pull.
Take off your door panel and there is four bolts i believe remove them and it come s off pretty easy.
The seal should run about 10 dollars or less. The mechanic shouldn't charge more than 40 dollars or so. It is a pretty easy job. Buy the seal, remove the driveshaft, knock the seal out, replace it with the new one and reinstall the driveshaft. Piece of cake. good luck.
you can remove the cv halfshafts and the front axle driveshaft then drop the differential assy down to access the pan. its not all that easy one way or the other. with a lift it is easier to drop the axle.
It is inside of the wiper motor. Remove the 2 or 3 screews that's on the black cover that's on the front of the wiper motor and unplug the electrical connector. Remove the cover and then pull the module board out. Real easy no problem.
You would have to take out the engine and then it would make it easy to take the transmission of of the engine.
The engine has a harmonic balancer on it, but if it is off, it is easy to re-install. Simply line up the key and tap it on most of the way and torque down the center bolt.
Easy as pie. Remove the 2 black nuts at the front of the cover. Pull up the front edge and swivel the rear edge out of the clip that holds it down.
more infoAre you talking about front or back? The front pads are easy to change. The rear may require a little more work and some special tools. what kind of special tools
yes. all you need is to get shorter suspension springs
If you turn the steering wheel all the way one direction or the other, the tierod ends will be in front of the driveshaft(cv joint). They are fairly easy to change. If you turn the steering wheel all the way one direction or the other, the tierod ends will be in front of the driveshaft(cv joint). They are fairly easy to change.
They are easy to replace but hard to get at under the dash. Sinply remove the pin holding the pedals in and the rods to the cylinders and the pedals will comeout.
There is no cable....It is electric.....The speed sensor is on the transmission...Its called the VSS(Vehicle Speed Sensor)...Easy to take out and install...One bolt...Unplug the connector and remove the bolt and the sensor slides out.
It is right below the side of the BATTERY and is mounted inside a black plastic box. And it is called a PCM / Powertrain controll module.
Hhh not easy
If it's the same as my 1999 2 door 4x4. You have to remove the grill. Then the headlight modules are right there and easy to get too.
I have recently removed a 1992 Chevrolet Silverado dashboard from a junkyard truck, and also my '92 Chevrolet Silverado dashboard from my fathers truck and installed the new one I removed from the junk yard truck...let me just inform you, it's not easy. Start at the bottom removing those screws and work your way up is my best suggestion.