For most GM truck brake light switches, look under the dash, directly above the brake pedal. Just pull the connectors and back off the screw or nut, whichever is used. Stupid GM has steering wheel brackets in the way-that is why they went bankrupt- stupid engineers& management
you don't, but they maybe making noise because their dirty, drain and fill your engine with ATF aka tranny fluid and run it for about 20 mins then change the oil to your regular type, along with a new filter, the atf cleans your engine extermely well
682 mi - about 10 hours 27 mins
The turn signal flasher is located under the break lamps, u must remove the gray carpeting to have access to the lamps and the flashers. By twisting the black sockets u have access to the light bulbs.
the signal flasher is located to the right of the steering wheel above the steering wheel kick/knee panel, you will need to remove the panel (4 screws) pull the panel down and look up and you will see the flasher unit (it about two inches round and about a inch tall with two wire socket/plug hooked to it)
This starter is directly under the fuel injector bar. It is virtually impossible to remove it from below but because you can touch it, that is a temptation. Don't try it! You are going to have to remove the fuel rail to get that starter out. Different shops quote varying prices but I opted for Pep Boys at $ 89.00 plus tax (and that included the rebuilt starter).
It's located on the left hand side of the fuse block. It's the same part as the hazard flasher. Most vehicles use two different parts. It looks like a three prong relay. Since the fuse block has it's back facing toward the side of the vehicle, the flasher is in front of the fuse block. If you would sit in the driver's seat, it would be directly in front of you under the dashboard.
The flasher relay is located under the dash on the driver's side. It is up in the dash above the regular small fuses. You have to take the lower dash panel out to get to the relay. It is also a OEM part. Mine cost $60.00. The generic brand flasher from Auto Zone did not work.
It's a part of the fuse box. Look under the steering column on the driver's side. Takes some flexibility on your side, but it's there. The flasher is a cylinder shape, and quite small. It only goes in 1 way so dont force it!
The flasher unit for both the turn signals and the emergency lights are under the dash, between the center console and the storage area. It's not hard to get to, just takes some time and patience.
Just came in the house from doing just that. First remove the heat shield from the exhaust pipes. Next I found it's best to remove the upper radiator hose. ( Gives you room to work). This now gives you some room to get at the 2 starter hold down bolts and the nut that holds the main electrical wire to the starter. Also you can now take off the little plug that goes on top of the starter.Once you take off these bolts, the starter can be removed via the exhaust pipes. The new starter will go on alot faster you'll find. Mine did. Good luck! ***************** I just replaced the starter on a 1999 Galant 3.0 V6 (1999-2003): The starter motor is located on the front of the engine behind the exhaust pipe and next to the oil filter. First disconnect the battery. Next remove the flat, angular heat shield from the starter itself (1x 8mm nut and 2x 8mm bolts). Do NOT try to remove the heat shield from the Exhaust pipe - it can't be removed with the starter in place and it's not necessary anyway. Next remove the oil filter. You'll loose a few ounces of oil so be prepared for that with a drain pan and either cover the removed filter to keep debris out or replace it and remember to check the oil level later. Remove the small signal wire from the solenoid (released by pushing in a tiny lever with a finger tip) and also remove the 12mm nut attaching the positive battery cable to the starter. The starter is held in place by two 14mm bolts. On the engine (passenger) side, there is a 14x30mm bolt threading into the transaxle from the bottom of the starter. On the transaxle (driver) side, there is a longer 14x50mm bolt threading into the top of the starter. Funnily enough, I just replaced the battery two weeks ago. I suspect now that the power of a new battery burned up the worn brushes in the original starter.
Under the dash to the left of the steering column.
on the brake pedal braket, lay on your seat upside down. feet on head rest. head on brake pedal. there is a small plastic cover about 6 inches from your face, remove it. look up about a foot. you'll see a small green box. that is your turn flasher relay. hope you are very flexable.
The Relay is part of the Hazzard Switch as listed below. But before you go out and buy a new one, remove the old and give it a light tap. The reconnect to see if that will save you the $40 buck and a trip to the dealer. My 2004 stopped flashing and I did this and it came back to life. On my 2000 it is part of the emergency flasher. Hey Faye== It is under the dash on the left side of the steering column. Goodluck, Joe * The turn signals and emergency flashers are both controlled electronically. The module is behind the emergency flasher switch and requires partial disassemble of the dash to access it There are several screws: 2 on the ends under the fuse covers 2 on the panel under the steering wheel and 2 by the odometer Gently pull the face off the dash. Don't break off the clips. A replacement is about $40 from the dealer.
in the fuse box either in the engime compartment or on the driver side under the dash near the door there is a fuse box also.
The starter is attached by 2 bolts.
First, unhook the battery.
Next, the thing to the left of the battery holder is the cruise control. You need to move that out of the way to give you room to work.
There are 2 bolts on the starter. Try to soak with WD-40 to loosen them up. If you can loosen both bolts with a wrench or rachet set, unhook all the wires attached to the starter and remember where they came from.
The new starter will bolt on the exact same way.
Reattach the wires and put back the cruise control and battery holder, as well as the battery.
These bolts could be stipped if you dont use high quality six sided cup. If they in the process they are stipped get Craftman extractor cups which work flawlessly and install new high grade bolts with washers. These extractor extract the bolt instantly and extremely easy.
I just did my Mom's 1991 Buick regal 3.8L. I removed the kick panel underneath the dash above the brake pedal. Follow the brake pedal arm up on the right side of the pedal. I used a mirror to spot the flasher unit. The flasher unit is held by a spring clip with the top of the unit pointing down. Just pull the flasher out of the clip and pull it down.
RV manufacturers usually locate the flasher under the dash near the steering column. The easiest way to find it is to turn on the turn signal and listen for the click. You will also feel it click when you touch it. If the flasher is not working or does not click, turn on the four-way flashers and try to find that flasher. The turn signal flasher is usually located near it.
Hope this helps.
Jack up the driverside of car if not using a lift to allow enough room to get under. There are two bolts that will need to be removed which are accessable from the bottom only (15mm). Remove the wires from the starter from the top side of the car. The starter can be removed from the bottom of the car, will take some effort to get past the ac line but will not hurt anything. good luck!
Feb 5th, 2009
XM Radio is a great way to listen to music TODAY. However new cars are installing systems that will connect on the internet. These systems use current cell phone land based systems. No need for fancy systems. With a monthly charge for internet you will get internet radio....so why pay???? XM stock has gone to .17 cents....Down from $7.00 on November 2005...it is like howard who???Opra who???? If you pay the help too much money you won't make a profit. Who knew?
Today is a brillant move XM blaw blaw decided since the unenployment numbers are high and people are afraid of loosing everything...lets raise the monthly cost for a product that people can get for free in the car...Remember FM and AM radio? How about a mp3 player or a CD????
I just don't know about how the American companies just don't get it!
The problem is you need to help your loyal customers and get them to assist your growth.
Also if you ever want to use their service call before you buy. It takes about 20 minutes before anyone will pick up...however while you listen all of a sudden you will think someone picked up but....it is Horard or someone telling youit is worth the wait...well it is not!
Why and when will XM go out of business I think 2012.
Think internet car radio...H D Radio and cheeper.
If XM is to stay in business it needs to :
1. cut the high paying hosts
2. you know when movies started the talent was paid less but they got exposure a good lesson to learn
3. reward current customers and not raise the rates
Just remember if you buy the lifetime probuct it may be the lifetime of XM and not the RADIO!!!!
CC: to XM in Washington dc (that's where the smart people that take our money and spend it how they want)
www.autozone.com Repair- component location.
Does the check engine soon light come on? If so, have the computer scanned for trouble codes (for free at auto zone in the USA) If a spark control code comes up, try changing your crank position sensor.
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