take the trim piece off around the stero and the shifter the there is a few screws holding it in take those out and it will come out then undo all the plugs off the back of it and ur done...................your welcome
There are a few ways. Best ones I had sat on 4 rubber cups and were held tight by strong fabric straps to top and bottom edges of trunk.
I just had to do this for my 2001 Odyssey, and I'd bet it's a similar process. First, open the rear hatch and remove the two black nuts at the far left and right of the top of the door. To access the other two nuts you need to pry the interior trim from the rear window. I was able to pry it off with my bare hands and didn't break any of the plastic clips (even though it's freezing here right now). The remaining nuts should now be exposed; remove them, and the spoiler is now free of the hatch. The last step is a minor one... You just need to unclip the wire for the third brake light from the left side of the hatch. Good luck!
Maybe you need to check the oil
The oil light will stay on until the engine starts. If the oil light was on when it was running and now it will not start then you may have internal engine damage. Take it to a professional.
Valve lash is the gap between the rocker arm and valve stem on cylinder heads. Proper adjustment ensures that a vehicle operates at peak performance.
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is the v6 2006 mazda 6 an interference engine?
Most are fairly universal. Determine if you have a single pole or double pole contactor and see if the parts house will sell you one.
If you know how to read a schematic, it is a piece of cake; if you don't, just remember kill the power to both indoor and outdoor units and to map the wiring before you remove the wires and you should have no problem.
It depends on what you're going for. The SI edition is considered Sport Injected. Generally it will have a slightly larger engine. My 1995 Civic Si has a 1.6 cubic liter engine with VTEC, along with four wheel disc breaks. The amenities are sometimes dealer options, my car does not have AC but some civic SIs do come with it. SIs should have tilt wheels, drivers and passengers side mirrors, etc. You can generally compare the differences at www.kbb.com
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Nothing. you may lose some performance but your B16A2 has a knock sensor since it is a Vtec engine. So if your engine has a knock, the computer will retard the ignition timing.
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The brake fluid level may need to be topped off. Otherwise if the light is still on after checking the fluid, the ABS system should be checked by a professional.
Be sure to use the type of brake fluid recommended on the brake fluid cap.
It has nothing to do with oil pressure. You probably are starving for fuel at startup. Possibly a defective fuel pressure regulator, clogged fuel filter, or a weak fuel pump. Try turning the key on and waiting for around 10 seconds before starting. I would replace the fuel filter before going any farther.
No , all engine's before 1995 where obd1 after 1995 obd2.
Same goes for the b16a2 , if you have for instance a engine from a '94 Del Sol vti (b16a2)
It is obd1.