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Why does my brake light stay on in my 2001 Nissan Maxima?

December 17th, 2010 · No Comments

I just changed the rear brakes on my 2001 Nissan Maxima by procedure and the Parking/ Emergency brake light continues to stay on even though the handle is in the down position. The light was not on before the repair.

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1988-2000 Honda Civic/1990-2001 Integra Coilover Kit Installation

October 28th, 2009 · No Comments

Front Strut Assembly Instruction
1. Remove strut assembly from vehicle. Disassemble the strut and spring assembly. (WARNING! Strut assembly is under extreme spring pressure. Use of proper tools and a Spring Compressor is highly recommended). Remove dust cover from strut body. Remove the bump stops. Clean Strut throughly.
2. Take 2 rubber O-rings and place over the strut body about 3 to 4 inches from the top, and 2 inches apart, (check through all the O-rings to see which one fits your strut body the best. Usually the O-ring that is 3/16 inch thick fits onto most struts). Slide a coil-over sleeve over the strut body/O-ring assembly, (If the sleeve seems too loose, try using the next larger O-ring. If you are using KYB-GR2s, then you will (more…)

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1955-57 Ford T-Bird Hardtop Installation Instructions

May 17th, 2009 · No Comments

You have just purchased the finest Hardtop available on the market today. Skilled craftsmen using highest quality materials and modern technology have manufactured this product. By following these simple instructions you will have many years of enjoyment and the top will last as long as your car.

The following tips will be helpful if you are qualified to do it yourself. If not, we recommend that your Hardtop be installed and finished by a professional body shop.

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Installation Instructions for FORD FOCUS

March 7th, 2008 · No Comments

Tools & Materials Needed: 1. Utility Knife 7. Crank Spring Removal Tool 2. Wire Crimper (Special Tool, available at most 3. Torx™ Wrenches Auto Parts Stores) – or – 4. Hex Nut Drivers 8. Flat Screw Drivers (2) 5. Drill and Bits 9. Add-A-Circuit™ fuse adapter 6. Phillips Head Screw Driver 10. Silicon Sealant (Clear or Black) A. Removing the Door Panel Coverings 1. For ease of installation, do both sides at the same time. 2. Roll the windows to approximately 1/2 open, and so the crank handle is in the Down Position. With either the Crank Spring Removal Tool, or a flat Screwdriver, remove the spring, located in a slot on the back of the crank.

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