disconect battery & pull fuse that controls air bag & wait 15 minutes (this will disable the airbag
There are two torx screws on the back of the steering wheel, turn your wheel to access them & remove. Pull off horn/airbag,easy does it. Disconect the wires on back & place in safe place
Remove nut holding on wheel with 13/16 socket. Pull wheel off with steerig wheel pulller.
Remove snap ring. Move Coil pack out of way.
Remove small metal band that holds on the metal star looking thing. You will need to use a steering wheel lock plate removal tool.
Now you have access to switch. remove a few torx bolts & it will be loose. Disconect the harness & pull through.
The first thing you need to do is remove the four screws that hod the trim around the radio/ gauges. Once removed, unplug connectors on the back of light switches and remove trim. The radio will have a lot of screws that hold the radio/heater control. Remove them all until the radio comes out. You can get a block off kit either from auto zone or wall mart for a pretty cheap price. Next follow the wire down to a large silver box under the dash. Unplug and remove the box. Keep the wires in case you want to wire in an after market radio. The kit also includes an after market stereo mount. Wire a quick connect harness to your stereo and it will plug into the wires you removed from the silver box under the dash. These wires may need to be untangled a bit to reach to the new stereo.
If the cable itself is still there get a pair of Vise Grip pliers and you should be able to pull it. If the cable is broken up inside the housing then you will need to remove the grill insert. I have a 92 Corsica and there were 4 screws that held this item in place. Reach up and move the lever that the small cable is attached and the hood should pop up as normal.
The 1996 Chevy Corsica trunk release button is located in the glove compartment. The trunk release button will be on the left-hand side of the glove compartment.
it is located under the dash in the middle right on top of the frame or trany hump there is a black case on the outside with if I rember right 4 screws holding on to the heater core case them the should be 4 to 6 screws to take the 2nd plate off at theis point if you hace big hands or larger arms call closest friend cheapest help to crawl under car and take of the spring hose clamps or possably hose clamps befor you start all this you should have drained the coolant take both hoses loose the go back to under the dash and there should be 2 core brackets holding the heater core in eith 4 screws try to rember which way it came out to you can get the new one back in put back together in oppsite order make sure you use new heater core hose clamps
Make sure your fan switch has an 'off' position, as some vehicles have 'low, med, and high' while 'off' is actually on the position selector...which you have to select, in these cases, to shut the fan off. In most vehicles, air will travel through the heat/vent ducts into the vehicle while driving. The movement of the vehicle forces air inside this way, even if the fan is off. HOWEVER, the selector switch would most likely have to be in the 'heat' or 'floor' position in order for air to go to the floor. If your fan switch DOES have an off position, then it is likely your vents haven't closed off the outside air. The selector may have an 'off' position which will close the air inlet and block the air from entering the vehicle.
Disconnecting the battery for at least fifteen minutes may turn the clock light off. Pulling the fuses in the radio consoleÊis another fix to try for a clock light that stays on in a 96 Corsica.
94 is the year most vehicles were in the change-over stage from the factory from r-12 to r134, look for a yellow tag/stick under the hood as to which is in your system. It came from the factory with R12 Freon installed. Unless it has been converted to R134, then it still has R12. Due to the extremely high cost of R12, I suggest you convert it over to R134a.
The switch is on the steering column about 18 inches from the floor. Simply take 2 screws holding it on and replace it.The locck cylinder is under the steering wheel.
Corsica is located south of France, east of Sardinia.
It could be in need of a new set of ignition wires (spark plug wires).
I asked this question the other day and nobody answered, so I figured it out myself.
The first thing you need to do is remove the rear seat cushion. To do this, run your fingers under the cushion and you'll find two release buttons. Push them both, and get that seat out of the way.
Next is to remove the side cushions underneath the seatbelt shoulder straps. You'll find a single bolt and washer in the lower corners of the side cushions. Remove the bolts and lift up on the cushions. Get those out of the way.
Now you gotta take out the third brake light. On both sides of the light, you'll find bulls-eye shaped fasteners. Using a screwdriver, push in the middle button and pull out the fasteners. Now you can remove the brake light casing. There are two bolts that hold the brake light to the back dash. Remove them, disconnect the wire and get that brake light outta the way.
To remove the back dash, there are two black screws along the front of the trim panel. Get those outta there along with the child seat restraints along the top.
Now grab that trim panel and pull it out of the way. You'll now see that the speakers are screwed in from the top down. Unscrew the speakers and pop in your new ones.
**Be aware that Kia uses a proprietary plug on the stock speakers. The positive is horizontal and the negative is vertical. I used a pair of scissors and pliers to break the plastic casing off the plug to expose the connectors that easily plugged directly into the speakers.**
Now do everything backwards and you're good to go. If you screw something up, I can't be held responsible.
I have a 4 cyl. Chevy Corsica that needed a coil pack replaced. There are two of them, one goes with the odd number cylinders ( 1 & 3) and the other goes with the even number cylinders (2 & 4) Typically, the number 1 cylinder is the firing cyliinder and if that coil pack is gone, the car should not start. My car is a rarity that actually started and ran on the 2 & 4 cylinders.
The signal isn't working? need more info.
On mine the side marker lights tend to burn out alot. The seal seems to be ruptured allowing water in and burning the lights out.. many other things it could be.
other than that I'm not sure what you are asking.
Simplified answer as you have not indicated left or right or rack end:
Jack up car.
Remove wheel on offending side
Locate tie rod
Release lock nut that locks tie rod end to tie rod thread.
Remove nut that connects and retains tie rod to steering knuckle.
At this point you need to release the tie rod end from the steering knuckle.
You can do this with a properly applied hammer, but be careful you can bend or break the steering knuckle. I prefer to use a special tool for this purpose. It takes a couple extra minutes to pop this apart but insures no damage.
Thread the tie rod end off the the threaded tie rod or out of the coupler.
Reverse to install new but do not tighten the lock nut or nuts.
Reinstall tire and lower car to ground.
Take a tape measure and adjust the toe in.
Lock the Lock nuts up solid.
Look at your oil filler cap see if there is a tan foamy looking substance usually means water/anti freeze is in your oil. Pull spark plugs and check and see if any plug is wet with water. When driving see if there is white smoke coming from your exhaust. These are all the quick and easy checks, another method is to purchase and exhaust gas detector to use in your cooling system, you put it on your radiator fill tube and if there are any exhaust gases present the chemical in the detector will change color. Another good trouble shooting source is an online tech source called ALLDATA.COM the service cost $14.95 a year but it is so well worth it, with this servcie there is nothing you can not do. T HEMPLE
The firing order for this engine is 1-2-3-4-5-6. The cylinders are 1-3-5 from left to right on the back head, and 2-4-6 from left to right on the front head. The coil pack is 1-4-6-3-2-5 from left to right when viewing from the front of the car.
The overdrive has probably been unplugged on the transmission. Its a blue connector located on the transmission underneath the aircleaner. They are usually unplugged for a reason. If you plug it in and it runs bad, you have to replace the unit on the transmission.
Open the trunk, release all of the white plastic clips holding down the rear dash. Pull up on the rear seat to remove it. Remove the rear dash and unscrew speakers from the top. Factory connections will need to be cut and wire ends will need to be put on them. In most cases a stock clarion amplifier will run the stock speakers. This should not effect the aftermarket speakers.Try to use the Nissan speaker adapters plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess up the electric system, you can get those from eBay or amazon.
You have a heater core leaking. Check your fluid level on your radiator. It should be a little low. They are not the most fun thing to replace.
Has anything been done to the car that may be causing the short. New radio, trailer lights added, things like that? Take all the bulbs out of the sockets, inspect the base that the bulbs go into. Sometimes these will corrode and cause a short. With the bulbs out, step on the brake pedal and turn the lights one. If the fuse is still good, put one bulb in and repeat stepping on the brake and turning on the lights. Put the second bulb in and repeat. At some point, the fuse should blow and that is the one with the problem. At that point it should be easy to figure out what the problem is. Bad base, pinched wire.
To remove the speaker grilles in the rear of a Mark VIII gently pry up on the lower forward portion of the speaker grille. Do not forceor pull on the grille, just pull it slightly out from the interior panel and then move your finger under the grille along the lower portion and up the back side. This SHOULD dislodge the clips that hold the grille in place. Now pull down very carefully on the entire grille assembly and it should be free of the interior panel. Now there are four TROX screws holding the woofer and two for the tweeter....