Yes!!!! No offense but do you live under a rock? When you smoke, your baby smokes. Don't do that to a helpless human being.
To replace a turn signal switch on a 2003 Pontiac Aztek, also known as a flash relay, the steering column must be removed. The flash relay is located under the turn signal. Remove the mounting hardware and the unit can be taken off.
Its under hood, fuse space #32, takes a yellow 20amp fuse
Using the lug wrench you crank it down from a nut located under a flap of carpet in the cargo area.
the percentage of the under 18 population in Alaska that smokes is about 18%, its over 50% for native populations.
It's under the hood, on the passenger side. There is a structural member that runs diagonally from the front center to the firewall that has to be removed to access it.
It is under the air box. First remove the air box, then move the coolant reservoir to the left, remove the brace, then you have access to the cover of the pcm.
Yes (all Azteks have the same engine. Mind you, Azteks were only made from 2001-2005) - GM 3400 3.4-liter V6 185 Horse Power and 210lbs of torque. Many GM cars have this engine, including the Pontiac Grand Am, which says "RAM AIR" under the hood, but has no such thing. :-D lol
This link has many helpful diagrams. There should also be one under your hood by the belt labeled Accessory Drive Belt Routing. So if you find the diagram on your car you can match it to the diagram in this link and it will even tell you what to loosen to get the belt off. http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/tec_info/2001/pontiac/aztek/2001_pontiac_aztek_drive_belt_routing_diagram.htm
He smokes like a train and has a reputation for being a 24/7 party animal. apparantly u will do well to drink him under the table.
Check the fuse box on the passenger side under the hood, there is a fuse marked accessory and it is very common for these fuses to blow in aztecs. 20Amp fuse!
I just CAREFULLY slid a medium flat screwdriver under it. Not sure if it it the right way but worked fine for me on all 4 doors. DeBar