Remove the sunvisor cap A from the bracket B. Place the vehicle on a firm, level surface when adjusting the doors. Scrape smooth the old adhesive, using a putty knife or similar tool, until there is a thickness of about 2 mm 0. Remove the rear shelf see page 20-78. Do the battery terminal disconnection procedure see page 22-68 , and wait at least 3 minutes before beginning work. Remove the screws, then remove the center pocket A. Tighten the two nuts C equally until the battery is stable.
Replace the control unit that monitors the switch. Pull the rear lower channel B forward from the quarter glass seal C then release the upper hook D from the door. Reinstall all remaining removed parts. Detach the clips, then remove the left front bumper lower side plate A and the right front bumper lower side plate B from the front bumper C. Remove the screw and clip securing the inner handle A.
Hitting the clip breaks the projections C on the pin D and pushes it into the grommet E on the body F. Take care not to scratch the trunk lid. If the connections are good, check the battery condition see page 22-67 and the charging system. Inspect the ground for the component. Carefully move the glass A until you can see the glass mounting bolts B , then loosen them. Disconnect the washer mouth A from the washer tank B. Detach the rod fastener A.
Detailed illustrations, drawings and photos guide you through every procedure. Lightly push on the windshield until its edges are fully seated on the adhesive all the way around. Remove the bolts, and detach the clips, then remove the left middle floor undercover A and right middle undercover B. If necessary, remove the side curtain airbag mounting bolt A and grab handle bracket mounting bolts B , then remove the grab handle bracket C from each side by releasing the hooks D. Gently pull out on the lower edge of the dashboard lower cover A to detach the lower clips. Remove the door panel and inner handle see page 20-7.
Disconnect the outer handle rod B with a clip remover C. Put on gloves to protect your hands. Tilt the steering wheel all the way up, and push it all the way in. Pull the center console panel A up and rearward to release the tabs B. Remove the front fender trim from both sides see page 20-162. Hold the piano wire as close to the windshield B as possible to prevent damage to the body and the dashboard.
Hold the piano wire as close to the rear window B as possible to prevent damage to the body, and carefully cut through adhesive C around the entire rear window. . The company constantly developed its brand and modernized the model range. Disconnect the latch cable A and the inner handle cable B from the latch C. Bending the liner will crease and damage it.
If you do, the adhesive may not bond to the rear window properly, causing a leak after the rear window is installed. Disconnect the 7P connector A from the ignition switch B. If the side curtain airbag has not deployed, remove the front clip A from the removed C-pillar trim B and discard it. Remove the clips, then remove the recline inner covers A and module holder B from the seat frame C. Hold the outer handle out, and push the door against the body to be sure the striker allows a flush fit. With the help of an assistant, pull the rear bumper A to release the bumper from the hooks B on the upper bracket C.
In the table below, the control unit is followed by a list of the switches and input signals that can wake it up. The idler gear shaft is located between the main-shaft and the secondary shaft, and the idler gear transmits power between the main-shaft and the secondary shaft. Disconnect the connector A , and detach the harness clip B from the regulator C. Check for a blown fuse. Using this repair manual is an inexpensive way to keep you vehicle working properly.