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Open the hood, remove the two locks that hold the headlight assembly in place, with the two locks removed you can wiggle the headlight assembly out and gain access to the back side of the assembly to remove and replace the headlight bulb.
If the power door locks have failed on a 1997 Honda Civic a diagnostic should be performed. The first thing to check would be the fuse for the door switches. If fuse is broken replace it. If not check and door lock switch inside the door panel.
A Slim Jim is meant to be used by professional locksmiths. They are used to slide down a vehicles window, such as a 1998 Honda Civic, a unlock the doors locks.
By removing the locks that hold the headlight assembly in place you can wiggle the headlight assembly out to gain access to the headlight bulbs for replacement.
For trunk lock you can get it for around $30 form any auto salvage and get it replaced by your poor lock for around $50. So altogether its going to cost around $80 to $90.
Lift the tailgate just inside the frame you will find two plastic pull locks near the light assembly, pull them out. They are not threaded, just pull them completely out of the frame. The light assembly will now swing away from the body, it is hinged on the opposite side of the assembly. Pull out the bulb carriers and inset the new bulbs. Press the light assembly back into place and inset the the plastic locks.
A BMW 335i coupe comes standard with a wide variety of features. These include power locks and windows, 17" wheels (with options for 18 or 19 inch wheels as well), and Xenon HD headlights.
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The 1998 Honda Civic offers a standard 6 engine, power steering, windows, and locks. Optional CD player/tape deck, sunroof, key less entry, and power seats.
If the power door locks are not working on a 1999 Honda Civic, check the fuses. It is also possible that water got into the door lock mechanism and shorted out the system.
Standing in front of the bad headlamp, with the hood open, notice the two black tabs sticking up behind the headlamp assembly. These are locks that hold the headlamp assembly in place. Remove the locks by wiggling and pulling straight up. Now the headlamp assembly will drop out the front far enough to twist out the bulb socket to change the bulb. Reverse for installation.
Open hood, there will be 2 black metal slide locks in the back of the light assembly. After that, work the light assembly out the front, disconnect the plug and change out the light.
If you happen to own a manual of the Wiring Diagrams, or can find one, page twenty-one will show the fuse system for the power locks. It lists D Lock Fuse 10A as connected to the Door Lock Control Module.
You must first take the door panel off, you will see screws by the handles where you pull the door closed and where you open the door. You then must pop off the door panel but be careful not to brake the plastic locks that hold the door to the metal pull easily. Once off you can take out the speakers.
remove the 2 plastic screw knobs directly on top of headlight assembly, they will most likely be rusted in so you might have to use vice grips or channel locks to break them loose, after that the assembly will pull straight up and out.
please I have a 1998 Saturn coupe SC 2 both power door locks out the same time 3 weeks ago. Is the fuse box for door locks under the hood or in the auto. next question could it be the switch on the door behind the lock itself, but why both out the same time? thank you very much.
Remove the entire headlight assembly to gain access to the headlight bulbs. To do this simply open the hood, pull up and out the two plastic locks that hold the assembly in place then wiggle the assembly out the front. Once you have done one you will find it easy.
i don't think that there are Honda civic EX on Honda civic GX, but there is a Honda Accord EX maybe that's what you are looking for. you can check some free car classifieds on the internet to know more about the car you are looking for honda civic ex is the one that comes with power windows power locks and sun roof and v-tec engine
Open the hood, stand in front of the effected headlight, notice the two tabs sticking up behind the radiator support in back of the headlight assembly. These tabs are locks that hold the headlight assembly in place. Lift the tabs up and remove them. Now you can wiggle the headlight assembly out the front and remove the bulb. Reverse for assembly.
If the door won't open from the inside, then maybe it's due to the child safety locks. If it won't open from the outside, then maybe it's locked, or the door handle mechanism has broken, as it has on my 1998 Civic. From the inside, you might be able to remove the screw holding the handle and slide the handle set forward to remove it from the door.
Yes they are, but the lock assembly that is interchanged will have a different key from the key you now have. I'm not sure of your question. If you are replacing a door with one from the salvage, the old locks can be put in the door you are replacing. This way the key will still fit.
On our ZR-2, there was a plastic tab/strip that locks the assembly in place. The top of the strip sticks up a little, on the back side of the frame the radiator mounts to. You pull up on the strip (I used a screwdriver), that releases the assembly There's a little plastic nub on the back side of the headlight that the strip/tab locks onto. Easy if you know the trick? Joe in Indy.
i have the exact same problem, i took a look at the electrics in the drivers door and everything checks out somebody answer!!!
just had this problem with my 2002 durango, the mechanic ran it on the computer and nothing showed up so he disconnected the battery and then reconnected it and everything works now. The headlights, locks, panel lights, interior lights, locks, rear wipers all run through the body assembly moduale. Hope this helps you.