Recently went through all this on my 02 SLS, found it easier to remove when it was put in neutral, still will need to pull like Basscatt said really, really, really, hard and
straight up. If you have heated seats or traction control button when you get the console trim loose don't just pull it up it will have wires running to the heated seats and
TCC button, great time to replace lights on the switches if need be, very good thread on how to do it with bulbs from radio shack, I just replaced those three and the bulb on the gear display, 2.69 a bulb at radio shack, extremely easy.
Hi I have a 95 Seville SLS and I recently disconnected my fpr from the fuel rail and reinstalled but I seen once I removed it that there were 2 small o rings on the nipple that goes in the rail first. My problem is with one small o ring out and with both in my fuel pressure regulator is leaking...
I have a 2001 seville STS. The rear shock absorbers seem to work ok, but look pretty bad. There are quite some little cracks in the rubber and the lower part is greasy.
Is it necessary to replace them? Or do they always look like this?
I am hoping someone can tell me how to tell which shocks are on my 1998 STS. I saw a pic of the electronic air shocks and they had an electrical connection on the top in between the 3 upper shock bolts that hold it on. looking under the hood mine didn't have a connection with wires going there...