Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 10-03-2013
…r in the base of the brand new mirror mount with whichever software you used to take away the outdated mirror. They might not at all times be the identical, so do not be stunned when you the new one is an Allen-type fastener. 7. Clean the mirror and surrounding windshield glass with the glass cleaner and a rag. It’s best to never use home glass cleaner, as most are ammonia based mostly and ammonia dries out rubber and plastic….
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 27-02-2012
…e unseated, after which pull it a pair inches away from the door frame. Attain behind and disconnect the door handle meeting from the door panel and disconnect any remaining wire harness connections. Take away the door panel. 7. Take away the three retaining nuts holding the aspect-view mirror to the door frame. Take away any insulation to access the nuts. Use an acceptable-sized nut driver to remove the nuts. 8. Pry the mirror away from the exte…
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 10-04-2012
save money. Loosen the final nut and determine if the mirror is able to come off. If not, extract the nut with the magnet and work quickly. You will most certainly must persuade the mirror to interrupt its hold from the door. 7. Install the brand new mirror and punctiliously thread on the nuts. Tighten them with the ratchet, extension and socket, but be careful not to over-tighten and snap the mirror studs. For guide mirrors, you’ll have to…
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 27-05-2013
from the skin and punctiliously thread on the nuts to the studs, being careful to not drop them into the door cavity. Use the extension and socket only to start the nuts, and then tighten them all with the ratchet afterward. 7. Plug the wire harness again in and turn the key in the ignition again to energy to test the the facility to the mirror. Shut the key again off if it is working properly. Exchange the foam rubber insulated plugs and the tr…
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 10-04-2012
ing the nut to catch it and deter it from falling into the cavity of the door. 6. Remove the mirror. The climate stripping underneath the mirror and the fixed bolts may need to be convinced to remove the mirror form the door. 7. Insert the brand new mirror and screw on one nut at a time. Reach the best one to get at whereas holding the mirror and then let the nut hold the mirror in place whilst you use the magnet and ratchet to use and tighten th…
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 19-07-2012
…Locate the nuts inside the door cavity behind the foam rubber plugs. Remove them with the ratchet, extension and socket. Maintain the telescopic magnet alongside the socket so the nut doesn’t fall into the door cavity. 7. Remove the outdated mirror from the door. More than likely the old weather stripping can have sealed the mirror to the door and will require slightly effort to remove, however do not overdo it and scratch the paint on the…
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 08-03-2012
…harness with the ring terminal on it. Find a piece of steel on the frame to safe the ring terminal. Install the self-tapping screw into the ring terminal and then use the drill to attach the ring terminal to the sheet metal. 5. Run the trailer plug from the trailer wiring harness to the hitch and hold it there utilizing a zipper tie. Bundle up any loose wire and connect it to the frame and bumper with the zip ties….
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 23-02-2012
ently do the same each 6 inches or so. Preserve going down and around doing the samething. Chances are you’ll not need to go all the way around, but the more you undo the simpler it will be to get contained in the door. 7. Snap the top half off the frame. The highest a part of the door that sits alongside the track the place the window goes up and down ought to stil be connected. This half doesn’t snap off like the rest of the door, i…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 25-03-2013
. 5. Lift the F150 off the jack stands, using the floor jack. Move all 4 jack stands away from the truck. Decrease the F150 to the ground. 6. Repeat Steps 1 by means of 5 on the opposite aspect to install the proper Nerf bar. 7. Re-tighten all the Nerf bar mounting nuts when done. When tightening, torque the nuts till the lock washers flatten out, then flip the nut 1/2-turn further….
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 08-01-2014
utterly out of the assembly. 5. Place the brand new Honda CRV mirror into place. Attach the mounting bolts that holds it to the door. 6. Re-join the facility wire by snapping the brand new connector into the facility source. 7. Put the inside mirror cowl (the triangle piece) into place by pushing it again in until it snaps. 8. Join the negative battery cable as your last step. Test the mirror to ensure it works….