u have to drop the fuel tank taking to straps off and remember to detach the filler hose from the tank first and disconnet the battery
No, you can replace the grill without removing the radiator.
the wire is bare how do you replace the wire with out removing the dashboard on a 1993 Chevrolet corsica?
you have a choice of dropping the fuel tank or removing bolts holding the bed to frame and sliding bed back to expose the top of fuel tank. pump is inside of fuel tank
easiest option is to replace the steering column there all over junkyards with perfect switches in them
One of the easiest but to do it right , get a manual on your car.
The 4.8, 5.3 and the 6.0 GM engines require removing the intake manifold to replace a knock sensor.
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It only involves removing the wheel and removing the two strut bolts. Then opening the hood and removing the two nuts and one bolt. Fairly easy.
Try removing radiator for access
It's kind of a pain to do, but yes it can be done.
Whats the easiest way to get broken cab mount bolts out on a 1994 chevy 1500 extended cab
What is the easiest way to replace the starter motor on a 2000 chev Venture?
Yes, That would be the easiest thing 2 do.
You do not repair a head gasket you replace it with a new gasket which requires removing the head.
Try disconnecting the clutch plate from the flywheel.
There is no easy way. You will have to raise the engine up and brace it somehow to keep it from falling and cutting a HAND off while you are removing the motor mounts from the side of the engine.
you can reach them by removing the tires and the wheel well guards [plastic]
You can replace the thermostat on your 2010 Chevy Impala 3.5 by removing the water hose and the 3 bolts from the thermostat housing. The thermostat will come right out. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
Probably one of the easiest but you need direction. Get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM
No. Removing the fuel tank from the vehicle is required.
The Prizm has a timing CHAIN, not belt. The timing chain does not get replaced on a scheduled interval. It should never need to be replaced. The serpentine belt, however, does need to be replaced. Inspect the belt for cracks and glazing, and replace. It is not a difficult DIY job. It is easiest to do it from under the car, after removing the splash pan.
I suggest removing the shock mounts at the top (13mm nuts) then the lower (15mm bolt & nut) mount. This can be done without removing the tire/wheel assembly, but I suggest using jacks and removing them.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 1996 Chevy Corvette horn. Remove the horn retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new horn.
The sun visor on a Chevy Malibu can be replaced by first removing the retaining screws and sliding it out of the mounting bracket. A new visor can then be put into place and bolted in.
The flywheel typically isn't a service item. If for some reason you did actually have to replace it you would have to do so by dropping the transmission, and all associated bracing, and then removing the bolts securing it to crank. Normally these bolts are secured by triple digit torque figures, so an impact gun is necessary. Removing and installing the flywheel is straight forward, the real issue is actually getting to it.