the plastic shield that covers the bulbs has screws that you can access with no trouble at all.
in the fuel tank, rt side of vehicle . access it through access hole behind/under rr seat,4 screws then top of tank will be visible.
Remove the covers from your 1997 Nissan rear speakers. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers.
There are two (2) lights directly above the license plate. Each light has two (2) screws. Remove these screws and the covers. Lights pop out with little effort. Replace bad bulbs with size 194 lights. These are approx $2 at walmart or an auto parts store. Once bulbs are replaced, reattach covers with the screws and you should be good to go.
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Start from the inside. Insert plastic tool between A pillar and triangle plastic that covers it and separate. This will make all screws visible and accessible (3 in total)
The 1992 Chevy Corvette front speaker covers are held in place with two retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws and the speaker covers will come off.
Pull out cup holder, remove two screws holding in faceplate, then pop it off. Screws for radio are how visible, remove them and slide the radio out! If you leave it out for more than an hour, you will need 'code' to reset it. (antitheft)
There are two screws under the ashtray. Remove the astray to access the screws. Remove the screws. Once the screws are removed carefully pull the plastic frame covering the radio and the climate controls. Once the frame is removed you will see two or four screws depending on the model vehicle. Remove the screws and pull the radio out. Once the radio is out disconnect the connectors and the antenna. Installation is the reverse of removal.
The headlight adjustment screws on a 2001 Nissan Altima are located on the sides and back of the headlight assembly. They allow for small changes to be made to the position of the beams.
The air filters for your engine are located inside the black box that is on top of the engine. You will need to remove the black box and then turn it up side down to access the torx screws. unscrew all the screws (the screws will stay in the upper box) and remove the covers and you can replace the air filters.
The tail light is attached to the car body by two screws and two pins. 1. Open the rear hatch to access the screws. 2. Remove The Screws (2) 3. Pull the lens straight back. This will require some force to overcome the pins that hold the other side.
I think that the 86 would be the same as my 85. Look in the back corner of the box, you should see 2 screws. Undo the screws and remove the tail lite assembly. The bulbs should be visible. Turn the connector 1/4 turn and the bulb will be there.
The cabin air filter is located behind the glove compartment, you will have to unscrew 7 screws to remove it and to get access to the Cabin Micro-filters door. Nissan recommends to replace the micro-filters every year or every 15,000 miles.
There is a large plastic protective cover on the underside of the front of the engine which covers the bottom of the engine from side to side. On the passenger side close to the front of the vehicle there is a rectangular access port (about 6" x 8") built into this plastic cover. The access port has a cover which is removed using two screws that are right beside each other. The port cover slips out after these screws are removed and the oil filter is visible as soon as the panel cover is off. Good luck! It is quite possible that yours does not have the underside engine cover, many do not. If not, the filter is plainly visible from the underside of the engine on the passenger side closer to the front.
Have to remove the doorliner from the rear door. Remove the 2 screws that hold the black trim that covers the lamps. Then you can remove the clear cover and access the lamp.
you'll have to take the plastic moulding off on the inside of your truck adjaysent to your light ther you will find the bulbs or the screws ta take your lens covers off good luck
depending on what year you have the screws are in different places for the dash but after you remove the screws just gently pull it off, the pins will release and the screws holding the stereo in place will be visible.
On sedan models the rear speakers are under the package shelf behind the rear seat.Remove the seats and high mounted stop light then detach the package tray panel for access to the mounting screws.On station wagon models the rear speakers are in the cargo area.Remove the screws and detach the covers from the speakers for access to the mounting screws. # Remove the speaker retaining screws and disconnect the electrical connector and remove the speaker from the car
some have set screws and some just press on.
Removing the door panels from a 2001 Nissan Frontier is very simple. The door panel is held in place by a few screws only. Remove the screws and pull on the panel gently to remove it.
To replace the passenger side mirror on the 1998 Nissan Maxima SE, first remove the door panel inside the door by releasing the clips below the panel and by unscrewing the handle screws. Then, remove the trim panel that covers the mirror mount inside the vehicle. There should be at least 4 screws. Release the wires from the old mirror and take the part off of the car. Add the new mirror and connect the wires. Replace the screws and the door panel.
the dash is fairly simple to remove...all you need is a Phillips head screwdriver and a bit of patience. There are a ton or screws but they are all visible except three of them...they are located in the windshield vents but are still accessible if your careful
my truck (nissan pick up) has not halogen, so i have to change the sealed beam. how to do it? On my '95, I had to remove the grill to gain access to the sealed beams. Then remove the screws holding the retaining ring. (don't take out the adjusting screws!) Unplug the old bulb, plug in the new one, making sure it is right side up, and put everything back together.
The 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix rear deck speaker covers are held in place by four retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws to remove the covers.