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Q: how do i remove the window crank on a 2006 chevrolet cobalt?
I am trying to put speakers in the doors on my car, and i have read forum after forum about this topic, and they all say there is a small ‘C’ shaped clip just behind the crank. I have messed with this for an hour now, and i don’t see any clip. I even bought the tool to remove the crank, however without a clip, i have no use for it.
A: You don’t have to see the clip. Just push the tool in behind, from the same angle as the handle points. That’s the way they’re always lined up. Why do you think the handle of the tool is so long? To reach past the crank handle.
The tool will grab the outter ends of the “C”, and spread it and push it off. When you’re done, put the clip back on the crank, then just rotate it until the splines mesh, and push it back on.
Here’s a couple pics that should help;
They’re always mounted in this direction;
This is on a different kind of handle (door opening handle), but it shows good how it works;
You shouldn’t push the panel back at all, or pull on the handle. Just slip the tool in between, from the direction of the knob, and it virtually does the rest of the job itself.
Q: I need information on Chevrolet Cobalt 05′ radio removal and installation of different head unit?
I’ve heard that the vehicles computer is wired to the factory radio and thus makes life very difficult to change the head unit. This is a rumour I heard so confirmation on this would be appreciated. I’d like to perform the work myself so reference to schematics, websites, forums etc would be helpfull. Thanks for the help
A: it is true dash ,warning lights and gauges will stop working also the little ding ding ding chime will stop working only two ways to do this make very long wires and keep the original radio in the trunk you need 2 cables ground and one speaker
or buy a 80.00 interface that will let you remove the radio and install a new one
also when you take the factory radio out there is no ignition in the dash for a new radio only constant power
Q: Where is the crankshaft position sensor located on a 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2 L4?
I was driving the vehicle on the highway at 70 mph for about 20 minutes, then all of the sudden it stalled and would not restart. I checked to see if the fuel pump would engage when I turned the key to “on” It did not. I looked around on some forums and discovered that the CKP sensor could be the cause. I don’t know the exact location of the sensor.
A: in back of motor above cv joint
Q: Chevrolet Silverado Forums?
I have a 2003 regular cab short bed silverado 1500 and i was wondering what were some good forums to find out info and other stuff about the truck? dosent need to be chevy specific, just good truck forums would be great.
A: http://forums.superchevy.com/index.html Hope you like this site.Best of luck.
Q: I have a Driver’s side car seat that has broken in two from the seat adjuster. Does anyone know how to fix it?
I have a ‘99 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. The driver side seatadjuster has broken where the seat mounts to the adjuster itself.
I am looking for 1) a seat, or 2) a seat adjuster. 3) instructions on how to disassemble/ reassemble it. 4) a web site that may contain DIY info/videos on car repair, including interior work, as well as body work.
Does anyone sell this kind of thing online? Is there a forum for people who enjoy working on their own cars, or bedtter still the novice weekend mechanic?
At present it looks like a person may need special tools to remove the seat. Can this be true?
Any help will be Tremendously appreciated!
A: I’m a certified nut and I can help you. You must find a fetzer bracket for the seat. It’s your only option without buying a new seat assembly.
Q: I want to sell a ‘89 chevrolet van with a wheelchair lift. Are there any dealers in SE Pa. that will help me?
I’m looking for a dealer or forum where I would be able to sell my van
A: Hello, I would check into http://www.mobilityvansales.com/ as it looks like it could be beneficial in helping you sell your van. Hope this helps, have a great day.
Q: Please help if you can! 2000 Chevrolet Silverado Z71 hard to start?
My Z71 had hard starts when COLD. Dealership said Fuel Pressure Regulator. I changed the FPR and fuel filter myself and now it starts fine COLD but is hard to start when WARM. They said it is causing a “fuel foul” in the plugs and if I change the plugs, it would run fine. Thing is, I changed the plugs and wires before going to the dealership and changed the FPR and fuel filter after. Are they full of bull or could this really work and if not what do you suggest? Any help would be greatly appreciated as I read on a forum these continuing hard starts can break the mount bolts for the starter and I’m afraid to drive it now because of this? Please help if you have any ideas? If you have any ideas but need further info, please email me and I will respond. Thanks. Jerry
A: Depends on how long you mean when you say you just did them… like within a couple days, or last year?
If nothing else… pop out a couple plugs, and look them over… maybe clean them up… but I doubt they’re the issue.
- Good Luck!
Q: 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer?
I’ve bought a used Trailblazer. Really like it, however it was missing the owners manual, the dealer is ordering me one, but it hard to tell how long that will take…I’ve tried searching online guides on how to operate some things in the truck but I just dont really have any luck. What I usually find is ask and answer forums where there are mechanical issues. Anybody have any ideas where I could find some user guides. Thanks in advance
A: GM has an owner resource site that will allow you to download most late model owners manuals for free!.
You’ll have to do a quick registration to use the site but I’ve used it before & never got any spam or junk from them.
The link to the site is:
go to “Dashboard – Owner documents”
Good Luck, I hope this helps
Q: equinox chevy–leak problems?
My 06 equinox have leak in the trunk. And as you see the website furom, a lot of people have the same leak problem. Do you think the CHEVY COMPANY can help us?
A: depending on your mileage that maybe covered under warranty. if not I would dire the trunk out, then clime inside with a good flash light, then starting from the bottom have someone run water over it slowly working upward until you can see were the water is coming in at. then repair the leak as required. that is what the dealer will do. but just give them a call, they will let you know if your under warranty still. but do it before it starts to mold or you’ll have one of those cars with all the Christmas tree’s hanging from the mirror.lol
Q: is there a 1988 chevy blazer forums?
im look for like the 1988 chevrolet blazer forums or websites that sell parts jsut for this truck i dont want to call it like a fanclub cause that sounds wierd to me but but its like a website for 1988 blazers to talk about what you did to your truck and custom stuff on it does anyone know what im talking about
A: You won’t find a place that jusy has parts and info on that 1 year blazer.
But LMC trucks, year one and paddock parts are all great companies that has model and year range catalogs out.
You didn’t say if it was a K5 blazer or S10 blazer, If its an S10 blazer www.s-series.org is a great site for info, tech, message boards, etc
If its a K5 then the http://67-72chevytrucks.com is a great message board. Don’t let the name fool you, they have info on GM trucks/blazers/burbs up to I think 2009 lol
Q: Looking for Aluminum ball joint spacers for Chevrolet 1955 to 1964 A frames Chevy tri 5 ’s?
Look at the 1st picture on this link ….
Look at the Aluminum spacer above the ball joint … Where can I buy a set ? or 3 set’s ?
The cheaper was called “C” Spacer kit, the Newer style in the picture is a Stronger Aluminum
Thanks for any help… will be looking at all the 55 56 57 web sites in the links and drag racing links….
A: What you are looking for is made out of Billet Aluminum 6061 T
guy in Jersey is making them for someone on ebaY
if link goes dead sellers ebay name is
hotchevy60 ( 3524)
You help so many Pontiac and Odd balls I’m surprised you didn’t know… HaHaHa…!
Q: How do you like Neko and Nelly?
I am recovering from surgery, so I’ve been sleeping and playing on the computer all day. I decided to update my member info at a forum I’m in, since I have nothing better to do.
So what do you think of them?
Amazing. Nelly doesn’t even run, and three people so far have picked her as their favorite.
A: I like Nelly, ^___^
Q: 1997 Camaro?
What do you guys think of a 1997 Camaro? Do you like the look/design? Here are some pics:
How does it compare to the Mustang–Corvette–Firebird??
There is a 1997 Camaro for sale in good condition for $3,200. I’m thinking about buying it. Does that sound like a reasonable price? The KBB value is around $5,000 with generic information (mileage,etc).
A: sure I’d do it if I didn’t have 3 kids. It’s like the mustang and the chevy version of the fire chicken, but the vette is way better.
Q: I need help with my vehicle’s air conditioning?
I’m hoping someone can help me out since I’m new to any type of forum. Sorry if I’m not posting this in the right spot and maybe I could be directed to the right spot. I own a 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT 4.2 L/V6 and I am having issues with my air conditioning. I already tried to add R-134a but the gauge was already in the red. I added some anyway just to see what would happen. Now I’m also trying to find out how to release some of the fluid in a safe manner. My main problem is that the AC works fine when I’m driving but blows warm air when idling or at a traffic light. I hear a click every time the idler pulley tries to kick in but it doesn’t seem to catch. So I’ve been told it could be anything from replacing the idler pulley or even the compressor clutch. I am hoping someone has a simple solution to this problem because I’ve had simple solutions already to a broke temperature gauge and other issues.
A: If it is cooling at all, you probably have a bad compressor that cannot pump properly at low engine RPM.
The click probably means the compressor is driving (you can check that visibly), but just cannot deliver pressure.
Other possibilities are a clogged condensor or filter.