If the nail is in the middle of the tread it can usually be repaired, if the nail is in the side wall you would need to purchase a new tire because the it will weaken the tire.
If the tire is repairable, you would need to purchase a tire repair kit from your local parts store. These kits include glue,plugs and a special tool that almost looks like a screw driver to install them with.
You would need to remove the nail, clean the hole in the tire, and then insert the plug with glue that was provided with it into the hole.
Remove the intake manifold retaining bolts on your 2003 Chevrolet Malibu. The manifold will come off. Remove the manifold gasket and clean the surface. Put the new manifold gasket on and reverse the process.
It's a triangular hole in the roof and a triangular tab on the visor shaft. You have to push the visor in and give it a 1/6th turn. there's a spring on the shaft, so it takes a fairly hefty push.
I'm not a car expert but I have a 1999 Chevy Malibu and it has 70,000 miles on it. It is in great shape and never had any major problems. I expect it to last through at least 150,000 miles. I think it really just depends on the car and the way it's taken care of.
Usually the remote wire is the blue wire. Although not all CD players have a remote wire. The easy way to find out if you're player has a remote wire is to go onto the manufacturer's website and check the spec's.
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try the driver side fender or the fuse panel under the hood
Yes it does! It's on top of the tansaxle, driver side. It has a 13mm nut holding it on and a shaft coming out of the front end.
I also have a 2002 Chevy Malibu that had the weird blinker issue. Last year I checked it out and found it was a recall. You should be able to have it fixed for free. Mine was fixed last spring and I haven't had any problem since.
** Theftlock Bypass
1. Press and hold presets 2 & 3 for about 10 seconds until the first 3 digits of the display code are displayed.
2. Write the numbers down.
3. Press the AM/FM button, write down the next 3 numbers.
4. Call 1-800-537-5140, when asked, enter 620529, press the # button and enter the 6 digit code from the radio, you will get an unlock code, write it down.
5. Go back to the car, press the HR button and set the first 2 numbers, then press minute button and set the next two last numbers, press AM/FM button, SEC should be displayed, turn on radio.
To remove customers code, repeat step 5. you should see --- on radio face, the code is now out of the radio.
1. Pull both side console panels off the center console. (These are by your feet in the front).
2. Remove the screw on either side that has the shifter panel attached.
3. Pull the shifter panel up at the rear and down at the front to pop it off and pull it back a little. It won't remove completely due to the shifter.
4. Remove the two screws that you just exposed below the traction control/hazard/airbag panel and disconnect the wires attached to the panel.
5. Carefully pull the trim up from around the HVAC controls and the radio. You also have to remove the center wood piece.
6. Now you can remove the screws holding the HVAC and the radio in place and pull the radio out.
For older model cars such as the 1979 Corvette look for online service repair manuals. These eBook renditions offer the proper troubleshooting procedures, wiring diagrams, and information to help fix any situation.
It depends on what model you have, but most are the same.
Disconnect the battery! Loosen the tensioner for the serpentine belt and pull the belt off the alternator pulley. Remove the bolt holding the alternator at the 4:00 o'clock position
Remove the nut at the right rear side of the alternator
Remove the bolt at the next to it nearer you. All bolts have 15mm heads, but you're going to need a deep well socket to get the nut off. Pull out the alternator and remove the plug from it and also remove the red wire attached to the back. You're going to need a 13mm socket and a 13mm flat wrench. Replace the alternator by reversing the steps above. Reattaching the serpentine belt is a pain.
check your dash light dimmer switch it may be turn all the way up if so turn it down this should turn the lights off and also on some models there is an override switch that should be by where you turn your headlamps on if you push this in it should shut off the lights but will not allow them to come on when doors are opened
The engine temperature rises until it get so hot the internal oil burns away and then the engine locks up and stops. Then you call a wrecker and get ready to spend a lot of money or abandon the car where it sits.
As long as the radio is a non-Bose type do not repair it. Get an aftermarket radio and you will be miles ahead. i had a shop install mine then replaced the speakers in the doors myself.
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the only way to unlock radio theft code is to go to dealer approx$100 to hook up master comp and reset
This works for a 2003 Blazer, they may be the same.
You will actually have to remove the head light assembly to access the bulbs. The procedure will not throw off the headlight aiming a bit and it is real easy.
If you look at the top of the radiator support just above where the head lights are, you sill see two black plastic pieces that lean in toward the engine compartment on each side. They are about an inch, or so, wide. Just pull/lever them up and the head lamp will pop out for access to the bulbs.
You will need to pop out the center grill and then on each headlight unit there are two tabs (one on each side of unit) that you need to pull up. After that carefully pull out the headlight unit and remove the wires that are for the lights. To change the bulb remove the large rubber cap and twist the bulb holder to remove the bulb from headlight unit.
Take off the negative battery cable then the wires on the alt then the bolts that hold it on. First take off the serpentine belt. There should be a schematic of how to reinstall it on the fan shroud. if it is not there you can draw your own before you take it off. Don't rely on memory.
The bulbs screw in from the rear. If you can't get to the back, take the light assy off of the car.
when you open the hood of the car there are two square plastic tabs on either side of the light, pull up on those (they only move 1/4 to 1/2 inch) and the headlight assembly will come out giving you access to the bulbs.