2004 Cadillac CTS center high mount stop (third 3rd brake light) bulb replacement: Purchase the correct replacement center high mount stop (third 3rd brake light) bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below for replacement bulb information. Then consult your owner's manual for the center high mount stop (third 3rd brake light) bulb replacement procedure. As simple as it sounds, the owner's manual is the best place to start for bulb replacement instructions and illustrations. If there are multiple bulbs, you may want to consider replacing all at the same time in order to keep brightness and color equal (optional).
4 1 liter equals 4.23 US cups
i actually wanted to do the same thing, so i grabbed the seat belt clip, the part that accepts the seat belt itsself, and removed the wires, by cutting them. then now my belt alert does not come on, its tricked into thinking that the seat belt is constantly on. just cut the wires.
It is located under a cap on the drivers side of the engine behind the exhaust manifold. Use a 32 mm (1 1/4 in) socket on the hex on the top of the oil filter cap, or an oil filter wrench on the outside diameter of the oil filter cap to remove. Do NOT use pliers or a wrench as damage will result.Answerhttp://image.snapon.com/international/pdf/A106.pdf if you look on this page it shows the 2.2 ecotec oil filter its top mounted, its black it has a cover so you have to remove that before removing the oil filter
The filter is a cartrige type. it is actually under/ beside the intake on the front of the motor on the drivers side mounted to the block. has a black cap that its best to use the special socket made for the ecotec engine oil filter cap. it is shorter giving you the proper clearance to remove the filter cap without jamming the socket against the intake.
SIDI in automotive, stands for "Spark-Ignition Direct-Injection" which is a type engine by GM. An example is Cadillac CTS 3.6 SIDI. It produces more horsepower and torque than a PFI engine (Port Fuel Injection).
It should be on the lower left side back of the engine, next to the oil pan. You'll have to crawl under to see it. If it is a 2wd you may want to put it on a lift or jack it up. It can be a pain to reach.
it is located on the underside of the oil pan. there is a circle with a large bolt in it.There is the the filter.Clean the area around this cicle and it should have engraved writing indicating the filter is inside the oil pan.
The oil filter for the Liberty 3.7L engine is on the front of the engine, on the driver's side, at about a 30 degree angle pointing down, below the accessories. It it best accessed from the bottom side, but caution to wear gloves or arm guards so your arm isn't burned by the hot components. In my experience this mounting is the worst location for an oil filter ever, as it isn't easily accessed, and when you are able to unscrew it, it dumps oil all over the bottom of the engine (put a pan under the big hole in the skid plate to catch some of it), which then collects road grit in the skid plate area. Call Jeep to let them know you're not happy about it, and maybe they will listen with a remote oil filter mounting! it is simple to get to using a adjustible oil filter wrench, take the filter off from the rear and when you remove the filter do it slowly and tilt it back so it wont spill oil anywhere
If the engine is the 2.2L Ecotec 4 cylinder engine it uses a canister filter (Fram # PH9018 I believe) under a black cap that is located on top of the engine on the front driver side. If you have a plastic ecotec cover on the engine you will need to remove it by pulling on it to release the clips. You should then see the cap in the described location. Use a 1 1/4" wrench/ratchet to remove the cap. (pull off the cap off before you replace the oil plug otherwise you won't remove a lot of the oil). Pull the old filter off the cap and clip the new one on and replace the gasket on the cap. Put new oil on the gasket and screw the cap back into the engine. Then put the oil plug back in the engine. Then add oil. The engines that use a regular oil filter are the 3.5L V-6 and the 3.9L V6.
Under the front of the car. On V6 models, just behind to radiator, you have to remove the protection cover behind the front bumber to lower it after removing it, there are two wing-type nuts that hold the panel in place. I just changed the oil for the first time on my new 2004 Alero. The previous answer may have been in relation to the 4-cylinder engines and where the oil filter is located, but I have a Side V-6. The oil filter on those pups is right down front. Just pop the hood and look down past the AC hoses. You should see a blue filter if it's the first time the oil has been changed. Otherwise, it'll be whatever color the oil shop, or whoever changed it for you the last time, put in. It's easy access, but be careful going down with the arm. The fan shroud doesn't take kindly to being scraped against. Nasty gash on my arm as a remembrance of my first time! Both of the previous responses are correct for the V6, the first response is more correct. The filter is located at the front of the engine but the best way to change it is to climb under the car and remove the plastic shroud under the radiator with the two wingnuts. Once the shroud is removed, the oil filter is in plain view. I've just spent more time than I'd like to admit trying to find the oil filter on the 2.2 L engine. The prior answers are for the V6. For the 2.2 L, working from top the engine (yep - I crawled around under looking), on the oil filler cap side, look down beside the power steering pump and you'll see a black plastic cap with a fairly large hex head (1 and 1/4") for removal. This is it! The filter is a paper element unit that comes up as an assembly when you remove the back cap. I removed the air filter duct and sensor wire for ease of access. But you use a bar extension (like 10 ") connect to an adjustable wrench to loosen gently and up it all came without the usual mess and disassembly of air filter duct and sensor wire. Just different. To close, the torque is 25 Nn.
Mounted on the engine. This information might be found in your owner's manual (Not in my 2003 Alero). Don't have one, get one. Dealer or salvage yard is a source. It is there, keep looking.
4 cups in a liter and 32 oz in a liter and 6 ts in 1 oz
Well I asked my friend and he say it can be anywhere from 700-1000 maybe more
There is a fuse box under the back seat. (You'll find the battery there too, by the way) Check fuse #23 (15A) for cigarette lighter and fuse #14 (20A) for additional power outlets.
The Location of the oil filter depends on which engine you have in your CTS. the 3.2 engine the oil filter is located on the bottom of the engine to the left of the oil pan. It is not a screw on type filter it is a canister filter. You will have to unscrew the lid to gain access to the oil filter. On the 3.6 Engine the oil filter is also a canister filter but it is located on the top side of the engine. On the drivers side around the center of the engine cover. It will take a 15/16 socket to remove the lid.
Believe it or not, it's right in the middle of the block (left to right) on the front side of the engine. You can see it beneath an aluminum shroud, looking down on the engine. It looks like it's going to be a mess removing it without getting the old oil everywhere.
Yes you can.
Disconnect the wires from the sub in the back deck. Forget that thing. Tape them off and hide em. The wires from the 6x9 speakers, you can splice into and get a high-level input (speaker wire) to low-level (RCA) adapter. They sell them at Walmart for $20. Scosche. They're green and cheesy but have separate gains which is cool. These will give you sound signal. I also connected the 6x9's. The power lead is tough. Peel the carpet back and drill up near the top of the gas pedal and check the firewall for a safe small space on the other side. I managed to get 4 gauge through to the trunk. The remote was from a small wire ran direct from the battery with the hot lead. I mounted a small lighted switch under the dash. That switch also had to be grounded locally. Even tho it was lighted to remind me I usually forgot to turn it off, so the amp stayed on a lot (oops). But it was pretty clean. Make sure you have fat ground cable with a good bare metal connection. Mine was behind a carpet panel in the trunk, on a trunk support, so it was hidden when the panel was in place. A small rear facing box with Lanzar 12's and a big Lanzar amp. To this day you see (or hear) no CTS's with subs. I found that the factory radio did a great job of controlling the sound.
It depends on which engine you have but look at the front of the engine and it is either in the front or rear under the p/s pump.Answer
Try checking in the area on the passenger side of the car. On the 2002 it is above the controller arm. It can be a real mess to change the oil on these disaster cars. If you have the money take this one to an oil change station or your local mechanic. The headache and the potential drops of oil on your driveway are not worth it.
At the base of the engine on the right side. You will need to be under the vehicle. Also, make sure to replace with PF58 instead of PF59 as indicated by the service manual. It is a misprint. PF 59 will cause an oil leak at the crankshaft position sensor.
According to Sewell Cadillac, the correct oil filter is AC Delco PF61. If your not sure like I was, call your local dealer or auto parts store. They will all tell you that it is the PF61. There is actually another posting about the 2004 Trailblazer's oil filter on this web-site confirming the PF61. Check it out for yourself.
most trailblazers have skidplates there is a access panel use flat or Phillips screwdriver to open i use the band wrench lol
At the right rear of the engine.
If it is a 4X4 it is located under hood on drivers side fender right behind headlight.
It is at the front of the engine in the rear underneath. GoodluckJoe It is under the passenger side fender weld,almost hidden from view from the plastic trim. its basically behind the front passenger tire
there should be a chart near the fuses that will tell you, if you dont have a chart i would look in your repair manual
--- on 97 model its on the back of the fuse cover, so try looking there too.
It is at the front of the engine kind of high under the p/s pump.
Mud guard under engine has to be removed before accessing oil filter
if you get up under the car and look at the oil pan, you will see a big circle with a nut in the center of it, theres your filter, right behind that.
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