Download Vehicle Application: 2003 Cadillac Escalade 5.3L, Vin T, USA/Canada 2005 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 LS 5.3L, GAS, Vin T 2003 Cadillac Escalade EXT 6.0L 2005 GMC Yukon XL 1500 Slt 5.3L, FLEX, Vin Z 2005 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 LS 5.3L, FLEX, Vin Z Customer Concern: Code C0660 will reset. Tests/Procedures: 1. Check the RTD fuse located in the underhood fuse block. 2. Check for Battery Voltage (B+) on the Orange wire at the automatic level control air compressor pin F. 3. If less than B+ at pin F, check for a wiring and connection problem between the air compressor and the underhood fuse block. 4. Disconnect the compressor leveling module connector and check the resistance from the positive battery voltage circuit of the exhaust solenoid valve and the control circuit of the exhaust solenoid valve. Should be 30-90 ohms. 5. Check for B+ on the Dark Blue wire pin B at the air compressor with the exhaust solenoid commanded off.… Read More
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Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 26-11-2013
PREPARING THE VEHICLE: 1. Jack up the rear of the vehicle or raise on a hoist. Support the frame with safety stands so that the wheels hang (fig. 1). Remove the wheels. 2. Position a floor jack at the connecting point of the lower control arm (under the attaching flange bolt) and knuckle (fig. 2). 3. Remove the flange bolt that connects the lower control arm to the knuckle. THE LOWER CONTROL ARM IS UNDER PRESSURE FROM THE COIL SPRING. USE CAUTION DURING THIS STEP FOR SAFETY PURPOSES. 4. Lower the floor jack gradually until tension is released and the coil spring can be removed. It may be necessary to remove the lower shock bolt in order for the lower control arm to move far enough to remove the coil spring. 5. Remove the coil spring. 6. Unbolt and discard the jounce bumper and mounting bolt (fig. 2).
INSTALLING THE AIR SPRING: 1.… Read More
Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 19-03-2014
Download 2002 BMW 325I 2.5L 2003 BMW 325I Sport Wagon 2.5L, Eng Des M54, USA Customer Concern: Check engine light on and fault codes stored. Vehicle running normally. Tests/Procedures: 1. Based upon stored fault codes for secondary air system, there is little or no flow of secondary air into engine. Typical causes for this issue are failed secondary air pumps and/or secondary air check valves. Secondary air pump should operate under normal circumstances when vehicle is first started to perform system test. Pump will normally be heard running when standing in front right corner of vehicle. 2. The secondary air pump is located in the right front of engine compartment. A secondary air pump relay located in the glove box is controlled by the engine control module and sends power to the secondary air pump. 3. Air pump can be disconnected and supplied with power and ground at pump to verify operation is possible.… Read More
LOCATION OF THE CAR ALARM CONTROL UNIT Compact control units and sirens: place under the bonnet on the wheel box on the driver’s side. Modular control units and accessories: place under the dashboard on the driver’s side. CAR ALARM SUPPLY Positive: Connect the Can Bus connector in the kit of accessories supplied with the e253 (see instructions for its connection in following pages). Power is taken from the Red wire (Pos. 1). Negative: Connect the Can Bus connector in the kit of accessories supplied with the e253 (see instructions for its connection in following pages). Earth is taken using the Black wire (pos. 2) IMMOBILISER Starter Motor: Cut the White wire (Pos 3) in the Black 3-pin connector under the steering wheel. ODOMETER Connect to pos 26 (Wire N° 6739) in the black 40 way connector (green part) on the BSI control unit or directly to the ABS control unit under the bonnet next to the battery in pos.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 13-01-2014
Download INCLUDED IN THE KIT: (1) BAK Cover (1) Re-usable Performance Air Filter (1) Filter Raincoat (1) Mounting Post (4) M5x40 Stainless Cap Screws (2) M5x10 Stainless Cap Screws (1) Baron VTX 1800 BAK Backing Plate (1) Baron Backing Plate Adapter (2) 1/4-28 x 1 13/16″ Zinc Hex Bolts (2) 1/4″ Lock Washers (2) Aluminum Filter Spacers (3) M6x16 Hex Flange Bolts (3) External Tooth Washers (1) Reed Valve Block Off Kit BA-2561-00 (1) 3/8″ Nylon Nipple Pre-installed (1) 1/2″ Nylon Nipple Pre-installed TOOLS REQUIRED: Factory Service Manual 3, 4 & 5 mm Allen Wrenches 10, 12 & 14mm Sockets 12 & 14mm Wrenches INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Remove fuel tank per Honda service manual instructions. 2. Remove air filter box by taking out air filter element and the 4 screws around air funnels. 3. Disconnect electrical fitting from the IAT sensor (intake air temp sensor). 4. Disconnect two hoses on back of air box.… Read More
Filed Under (Chevrolet (Chevy)) by admin on 24-02-2014
Download Subject: 07187C — SPECIAL COVERAGE ADJUSTMENT – INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER GAUGE NEEDLE FUNCTION Models: 2003-2004 CADILLAC ESCALADE, ESCALADE ESV, ESCALADE EXT 2005 CADILLAC ESCALADE, ESCALADE ESV, ESCALADE EXT (U.S. ONLY) 2003-2004 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE, SILVERADO, SUBURBAN, TAHOE 2005 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE, SILVERADO, SUBURBAN, TAHOE (U.S.ONLY) 2003-2004 GMC SIERRA, YUKON, YUKON XL 2005 GMC SIERRA, YUKON, YUKON XL (U.S. ONLY) Condition Some customers of all 2003-2004 model year and certain U.S. 2005 model year Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV, and Escalade EXT; Chevrolet Avalanche, Silverado, Suburban, and Tahoe; and GMC Sierra, Yukon, and Yukon XL vehicles have reported that one or more of the instrument panel (IP) cluster gauges stick, flutter, or become inoperative. This may cause inaccurate readings, including the speedometer and fuel gauge. Special Coverage Adjustment This special coverage covers the condition described above for a period of 7 years or 70,000 miles (110,000 km), whichever occurs first, from the date the vehicle was originally placed in service, regardless of ownership.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 16-02-2014
Bomz Racing 01-05 Honda Civic EX Air Intake Installation Guide Removal of Factory Intake 1. Turn the ignition OFF and disconnect the vehicle’s negative battery cable. 2. Disconnect the air temperature sensor electrical connection. 3. Unclip the battery cable from the air inlet duct. 4. Loosen and remove the two bolts that secure the air inlet duct. 5. Remove the air inlet duct. 6. Loosen and remove the four bolts that secure the air intake resonator. 7. Loosen and remove the two bolts that secure the throttle body plenum. 8. Loosen hose clamp that secures the plenum to the throttle body. 9. Using a pair of piers, depress and pull back the hose clamp on the crank case vent at the cam cover. 10. Pull firmly upwards to remove the throttle body plenum. 11. Using a flat blade screwdriver, unclip the wire harness from the resonator. 12. Unclip the throttle cable and cruise control cable, then remove the resonator by pulling upwards.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 09-12-2013
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Statements in this instruction sheet preceded by the following words are of special significance. WARNING Means there is the possibility of injury to yourself or others. CAUTION Means there is the possibility of damage to the part or motorcycle. NOTE Other information of particular importance has been placed in italic type. S&S recommends you take special notice of these items.
INSTALLATION: 1- Remove the stock air cleaner housing according to the Honda® factory service manual. 2- Remove the intake duct control hose from the intake duct control solenoid according to the Honda factory service manual. See Picture 1. 3- Install the rubber vacuum line cap over the intake duct control solenoid fitting. 4- Remove the intake air temp sensor from the air box as shown in Picture 2. 5- Install the intake air temp sensor into the aluminum back plate with the included 10-24 x 1/2″ socket head cap screws as shown in Picture 3 making sure to use Loctite® 243 on the threads.… Read More
Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 02-04-2014
Download 1999-2000 Cadillac Escalade (Old Style) 2002-2004 Cadillac Escalade, Escalade EXT 2003-2004 Cadillac Escalade ESV 1996-1999 Chevrolet 1500 Series Extended Cab Short Box Pickup (Old Style) 1996-1999 Chevrolet 1500 Series Regular Cab Pickup and Utility Models (Old Style) 1999-2002 Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab Short Box (New Style) 1999-2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Series Regular Cab (New Style) 2000-2004 Chevrolet 1500 Series Avalanche, Suburban and Tahoe 2001-2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500/3500 Series Regular Cab with Long Bed or Extended Cab (New Style) 2001-2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Series Crew Cab, Short Box (New Style) 1996-1999 GMC 1500 Series Extended Cab Short Box Pickup (Old Style) 1996-1999 GMC 1500 Series Regular Cab Pickup and Utility Models (Old Style) 1999-2002 GMC Sierra Extended Cab Short Box (New Style) 1999-2004 GMC Sierra 1500 Series Regular Cab (New Style) 2000-2004 GMC 1500 Series Yukon, Yukon XL 2001-2004 GMC Sierra 2500/3500 Series Regular Cab with Long Bed or Extended Cab (New Style) 2001-2004 GMC Sierra 2500 Series Crew Cab, Short Box (New Style) 2003-2005 HUMMER H2 with Four Wheel Drive (4WD) or All Wheel Drive (AWD) and One-Piece Propeller Shaft ONLY.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 22-01-2014
f our favorite imports begin with standard non-optional components that are designed to satisfy an average of all potential buyers. Of course that means if your are happy with it, you are doing average driving and have average requirements for handling, comfort, and appearance – whatever that means. Typically, for the enthusiast, this translates to tall, loose, and soft. Manufacturers know the problem, so in many cases a ‘special’ handling package can be had for extra cash. Some even work. The aftermarket has been actively fabricating performance handling components and I have to admit the results have been encouraging. Sure, there are some that slam the car without considering handling or comfort. Others concentrate on cornering, often at the expense of ride comfort and/or altitude. The basic problem with this has to do with the springs used to get from A to B. What works in one specific application, a particular spring rate, height, and capacity, doesn’t work well in others.… Read More