take off the coolant fairing. This is located directly below the built in tool box on the gear shift side. You will need to take off the tool box fairing as well. The coolant fairing is fastened with three Allen head bolts: one on top and two on bottom. There appears to be an Allen head bolt easily seen on the outside of the fairing. this is just a beauty bolt.
To drain the coolant you need some form of siphening kit or tube. There is no drain plug. Put in new coolant, replace fairings, and you are ready to go.
their are a list of codes that you can put in to turn the radio i can get them for you if needed
on most cars to remove the kick panel look around for hole coovers the same color as the panel its self i use a small screw driver no realy i use what i find in the box knife , ice pick ,ect but once remved there will be screws torxbet no dought 20'torx i would say about 8 to 12 of them .i dont care if you didnt see them get back in there and look again .lol.trust me youll find them lots of luck elliotts9
first check your balance on you tires local tire shop will usually balance new tires for free or if you have a reciept from where you purchased the tires some tire shops will balance for free if you bought the tires there if tires are not balanced it causes the vechicle to shake at about 30 mph if that's not it i don't knowAnswerIS it a shake from the engine or a vibration that you feel? It very well may be a tire or rim problem, or it may also be an engine miss loose suspension etc.. AnswerIf it snowed recently, and the problem did not exist before the snowstorm, there may be frozen snow/ice stuck to one or more wheels, causing imbalance. Take the care to a self-serve car wash and spray the wheels from underneath the car and in the wheel wells.
SUGGESTIONS FOR LOCATING VINs ON MANUFACTURED HOMES 1 Remove any skirting or covering that hides the front of the frame. 2 The front frame is the metal cross member that the house rests on and the hitch is bolted onto. Begin in the center of the frame and look for the stamped VIN numbers. First look for the VIN to the left (as you stand in front of it), then to the right. The numbers are usually stamped in large numbers and can be stamped up and down, or left to right depending on the height of the frame. 3 If a mobile home is a double wide, you will probably have an "A" side and a "B" side. Many doublewides VINs are titled with the VIN ending in AB. Example; 1FTN14577G23D1234AB 4 Additional locations where the VIN can be found: on a piece of paper near the back door, under the kitchen sink (attached to one of the cabinet walls), and on the door or wall near the hot water heater. This piece of paper will have a complete listing of all the identifying number on all the appliances in the home, as well as a repeat of the VIN or Serial Number of the home. From the New Mexico State Tax and Revenue website - DW
The whole headlight assembly needs to come out. It is not difficult. First of all you need to remove the two bolts holding the headlight assembly to the body frame. They are easy to see.Then there is one other little bolt not so easy to see, that needs to be loosened. If you are standing in front of the drivers side lamp it will be inside to the left. Passenger side, inside to the right. It has a long bolt holding the lamp assembly to the body and sometimes you can loosen it by hand but if it is too tight you will need to use a socket but remember it has a very long bolt that you need to consider. If you cant see it use a flashlight.You may need to remove the battery for easyer reach. This bolt has to come loose for you to be able to take out the entire lamp assembly. You cannot change the bulb with the assembly still on the body.Once these three bolts are loose, go ahead and
Remove the headlamp cover found at the rear of the headlight assembly. There is a separate cover for each headlight bulb. It is a large cover about 2 1/2" diameter and unlocks by rotating it counterclockwise. Inside the assembly is the bulb connector, pull it out and see a retaining wire clip. It will unlatch easily using your fingers and hinge out of the way. The H7 bulb will now be free and can be removed from the assembly. Take notice of the orientation of the notch at the base of the H7 bulb and install the H7 replacement in the same orientation. Be sure to check the headlight aim to be sure it is correct!
Replace the connector and headlight assembly the same way it came out.
Note: there is a very nice You Tube instructional for this exact process called
Forenza Headlamp Installation
See: Related links
there is not one,the car has to be jacked up on a lift and remove a service plug to check the fluid and it also takes a special type of fluid known as ZF fluid
when you pull the hood release handle its not going back in all the way so you hot to push in the the little half moon lever in the hole where the hood latches into.
I heard that you get the vin# off your car & take it to the GM dealer and they should give you the anti theft code for free, hope it works, I'm haveing a problem of my own.
First off park the car on a true level surface so that the vehicle may drain out properly. Second, Let the car cool down for at least 90 minuets; not 89, 90 period. Next pull the dip stick and oil cap so that the car may drain faster then if you left these items on. Next place oil drain pan beneath the plug and pull the oil pan plug. (Lefty loosy, Righty tighty; "normally") (turn the plug to the left to loosen it) let all oil drain. I like to pull the filter while this is going on so I have something to do. Then after the filter is off and while the car is still draining check the mount on the car where the filter is to make sure all of the old seal and all debree is cleaned off of this surface. Next, pull the new filter out of the pakage and place some Valvoline 5w-30 around the new rubber seal on the filter for lubrication. Then screw the new filter on to the filter mount where you took the old one off of. Remember the oil filter only needs to be hand tight, 'NOT' cranked the heck on there. After the filter is on and all of the oil is drained out put the oil drain plug back in the hole snug but not too tight, because if you do tighten the plug anymore more than just a gentle snugness you might end up stripping out the threads.(period) So after the oil plug has been gently hand tighten/snugged and with the oil filter on you my proceed to put 4.5-5 QTS. into the engine where you had pulled the oil cap off of to begin with. After the car has oil in it put the cap back on (hand tight). Put the dipstick back in. Check the plug, filter, cap & dipstick to make sure that they are all tight. Start car to achieve filtration of the new oil and to fill the filter up along with all oil galleries. Then turn off the car let it sit for 10-15 min. and check oil level with the dip stick. Remember to "check it fresh" by taking the d-stick out wiping it off then placing it back in and pulling it out again for an accurate check. DO NOT OVER FILL EVEN OVER AN OUNCE BECAUSE YOU WILL DAMAGE THE CAR-PERIOD...... Finally, when your all done do a final check of everything to make sure there are no leaks (do it while the car is on).......................... have no fun.....
This is a difficult task and takes patience. First you must disconnect the temperature control cable underneath the dash just to the right of the center console. This is done by removing a 7mm bolt using a 7mm boxend wrench. Then you must then unhook the cable downwards from its side mounting.If you look very closely at the bottom of the plastic bezel you will notice 2 small slots where you use a small slotted screwdriver to start prying the bezel off working your way upward. It is almost impossible not to scratch the dashboard under the bezel. The metal retaining clips will start falling from behind the dash, so it would be helpful if you had a magnet to retrieve them even if you don't end up re-using them.
It looks like Krista Allen, but thats just a guess. That girl is Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Michelle Lombardo.
Your car does not have a radiator cap. You can only add coolant through the overflow reservoir. It takes a while. You have to fill it, start the engine and run it until it drinks it in, shut it off, fill it again, repeat repeat repeat. As a general rule, if you get to the point where you can have it running for 10 min without drinking any in, and your heater blows hot air, you are done.
999 999 Good for 24 hours!
Depending on your dealrship, the majority of the time you can use the code only twice. Each time working a full 24 hours.
Its pressed on and takes a power steering pulley puller. not much else works sorry
For investigation purposes
blown fuse under hood check all brake fuses....also could be bad relay at shifter u have to take shifter loose to replace at bottom of shifter
SSPS stands for Solid State Protection System.
If you have this code, then most likely you will have to replace the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) or Engine Control Module (ECM), but however you can replace this yourself but you have to take the vehicle back to the dealership so that they can program it correctly. (Vehicle will not run, and will need to be towed to dealership) Considering that the dealership is the only ones who apparently have access to the machine that programs the computer. What a bummer. Good Luck!!!
most motorcycles do not have separate tranny fluid, the motor oil is also lube for tranny.
This is a common problem on this model car. First, has your car been involved in an accident? if the answer is no and one day the light was off, and suddenly without impact it is now on, chances are it is the connection under the drivers seat that is the problem.
Another problem with this car is the clock spring. this is a connection between the steering wheel and steering column. the wires in it break from normal driving and thus the light comes on. Either way your going to have to make a trip back to Suzuki to have the error read and cleared. Sorry to have to break the news to you. I personally believe that there should be a class-action lawsuit and a recall for this problem, but I won't hold my breath. GM-DAT won't see any more of my business!!!
By a sheer stroke of grace from God your problem could be as simple as mine was. The fuse inside the car on the far lateral end of the driver's side of the dashboard in that location was blown. I replaced it and the problem was gone! Good luck.
If something or someone is observed as unusual in respect to the natural activities, the police are called to take a report. The reported activity is classified as an incident, and this report is the first step in the investigation phase, for future follow-up.
It all depends on which package that you buy if you buy the convenience package it usually comes with keyless entry. I got a forenza s so mine did not come with keyless entry but I plan on getting it soon. You can usually tell if it does or not by looking at the drivers side lock there is a red light next to it that blinks
Yes,, Its happening to me. I have a 2006 Forenza. Seems lke it happens more when the car is cold. I brought it back to the dealer and they did an idle "relearn" Needless to say,, it didn't work,,,, So' I'll have to bring it back again If this is the same thing that happened to me, I was told to turn it "on", press the brake, downshift to 3rd, then put it back in Nuetral. Worked for me..happens once in a blue moon now and each time I do that it starts. Good luck..
there is a nut on the left side of the light on drivers side,just the opposite on passenger side. you will need a deep socket. there are 2 10mm bolts on top of the assy. and on the back is a 10mm nut you will have to remove on order to remove the assy.
Asked By Cherry
What is 308 rounded to the nearest 10?
Asked By Wiki User
What is the difference between Population and sample?
Asked By Wiki User
What is pokediger1s password on roblox?
Asked By Wiki User
How do you replace a suzuki gsf600 headlight assembly?
Asked By Wiki User
Where is the fuel valve on a 2006 Suzuki king quad?
Asked By Wiki User
Where is the thermostat located on a Suzuki Forenza?
Asked By Wiki User
What do a motor look like in a suzuki forenza?
Asked By Wiki User
Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.