D Replace the wheel as needed. D18A517A D Disconnect the heater hose from the engine 2. Go to Step 2 Replace the fuse or repair the wiring as needed. Install the reservoir with the screw. Caution: Support the jack stand to the rear axle se- curely until installing the trailing arm bolts.
The proportion- ing is operation. D107B705 D Remove the piston seal 6. Adjust the vent door to vent more. Install the master cylinder assembly. Front Brake Caliper Assembly 8. Remove the transaxle mount bolts. Relieve the fuel system pressure after remove the fuel pump assembly.
Connect the lower radiator hose and drain the cool- ant. Monitor the long term fuel trim reading using the scan tool. Check the temperature door for full hot. First, determine what conditions cause the leak. Install the fuel pump relay.
Install the exhaust pipe-to-front muffler nuts. D Remove the pin using a pin punch and a hammer 1. Install in the reverse order of removal. Inner Large Boot Clamp 4. Go to Step 10 1. D If any hydraulic component is removed or discon- nected, it may be necessary to bleed all or part of the brake system. Allow the engine to idle.
D Check the hose for hardening, crack, tear, or coming off. D Remove and inspect the wiper or Wash switch. Parking Brake Cable Clip 6. D Remove the side bolts 2. Road test the vehicle at the speed of the complaint. D Remove the bumper fascia screws. D The lack of free movement for the steering D Lubricate the steering shaft shaft universal joint.
Re- fer to Section 4E, Rear Drum Brake. Diagnostic Is the repair complete? D Remove the nut 4. D High tire temperatures 3. Caution: Do not face in the direction of removing. Proceed with the following preliminary checks.
Install the jack to remove the fuel tank. D Remove the regulator screw 5. D107B002 D The torque values specified are for dry, unlubricated fasteners. D Remove the nuts 1. D Excessive wear of pistons, D Replace the ring or the rings, or cylinders. Vibration of The Steering Wheel D Inbalanced inflation pressure.
D Remove the bearing spacer 2. If a noise can be heard from the passenger compart-ment, replace the noisy wheel bearings. Rear Wheel Speed Sensor 4. Replace shift shaft if necessary. Each component must be strong enough to withstand and absorb extreme punishment. Remove the select and shift control cable. D Excessive loaded radial runout on the D Match—mount the tire and wheel tire and wheel assembly.
Disconnect the backup light switch and speedometer driven gear assembly. Remove the vacuum hose from the power booster. Important: Do not disassemble the outer joint assem- bly. D Repair the wiring harness. Connect the negative battery cable. D Insert the speedometer drive gear 1.