Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 17-03-2013
…o the bottom of the frame. Push a bolt up through one of the holes and thread a nut on the bolt using your fingers, turning counterclockwise. Don’t fully tighten the bolt. Repeat this step with every of the eight bolts. 5. Place a wrench on the nut and tighten the bolt utilizing a socket and ratchet. Repeat this process with every of the eight bolts….
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 16-06-2012
…ch is related to itself in sections by band clamps. 3. Loosen the band clamp on the outlet clamp situated on the air field utilizing the screwdriver. 4. Loosen the band clamp at the reverse facet of the air tube by the motor. 5. Unclip the wire harness plug inserted into the MAF sensor using the screwdriver as leverage. 6. Pull out the vacuum air flow line the plumbs into the air tube. You might have to twist it slightly after which separate. 7….
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 08-05-2013
ange and lever assembly out and disconnect the wiring harness from the swap by hand. 4. Insert the new switch and lever assembly. Thread the screws in by hand earlier than tightening them along with your Phillips screwdriver. 5. Place the clamshell again onto the steering column and clip it into place by hand….
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 21-02-2012
wrench. Remove the wiper arm from the wiper transmission with the wiper arm puller. 4. Remove the water deflector retainer pin with the door trim pad and garnish clip remover . Remove the water deflector from the wiper motor. 5. Disconnect the wiper transmission arm from the wiper crank arm with the wiper transmission separator. Buick Century Wiper Motor Installation Instructions 1. Place the new motor onto the management module. Set up and torqu…
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 22-02-2012
ay from the door. 4. Push the window glass to the highest of the window body and secure it there with packing tape by wrapping the tape from the glass, up and over the door body and down onto the opposite aspect of the glass. 5. Unbolt the window regulator from the window motor, door support and window glass with your socket set. Pull the previous regulator out of the door and set it aside. 6. Insert the brand new window regulator into the door i…
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 24-11-2012
ep 7 for reference, and continue with Steps three to 7 if necessary. 3. Loosen the front passenger-side wheel lugs using a lug wrench. 4. Increase the entrance of your Buick using a floor jack, and help it on two jack stands. 5. Finish removing the wheel lugs from the entrance passenger facet wheel using the lug wrench; then take the wheel/tire assembly off the wheel hub and set it aside. 6. Remove the splash protect cover using the ratchet and s…
Filed Under (Buick, Pontiac) by admin on 02-05-2013
ability steering fluid. 3. Remove the ability steering gear assembly warmth shield. 4. Disconnect the facility steering stress hose from the facility steering pump assembly. Take away the bolt/screws from the retaining clips. 5. Disconnect the ability steering strain hose from the ability steering gear assembly. Take away the power steering stress hose meeting from the vehicle. 6. Set up the ability steering pressure hose assembly to the vehicle….
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 25-02-2012
as a wedge to carry the window up. Remove the nuts on the highest and bottom of the window regulator vertical runners. Take away the bolts holding the window motor to the door. These are very obvious with the door panel off. 5. Remove the regulator via the entry in the door. Install the new window regulator via the access in the door and stand it up properly. Pull the studs in the upright vertical runners into their holes and set up the nuts and…
Filed Under (Buick, Pontiac) by admin on 22-03-2013
and the one bolt that attaches it to the strut tower. 4. Take away the 2 plastic push-in retainers that attach the windshield washer solvent reservoir to the radiator help and the one nut that attaches it to the strut tower. 5. Reposition the reservoir for access to the realm rearward of the battery. 6. Elevate the car on a hoist. At the right front wheel opening, remove the three screws that connect the inside fender splash shield to the entran…
Filed Under (Buick, Pontiac) by admin on 04-03-2013
the internal fender splash defend to the entrance fascia at the wheel opening and the two screws that attach it to the bottom of the fascia. It’s not essential to remove the other interior fender splash protect screws. 5. Reposition the interior fender splash protect to access the fuel pump resistor. 6. Remove the 2 bolts attaching the windshield washer reservoir to the rear mounting bracket and remove the one bolt attaching the bracket to…