remove belt, remove alternator plugs, then bolts. pull out alternator. then undo bolts for bracket and remove.
in the battery box pull up cover
pull the fuse
You have to drop the tank and pull the slip ring and pull it out
Pull the pivot up and pull backwards gently.
Pull seat slider fuse.
if its a vectra b (95 -01) then its under the steering wheel there is a recess you put your hand in and pull it. on the cover you pulled off its stamped on there?
You push the "knob" in, and turn it anticlockwise, the unit should pull out then.
No, engine and transmission are removed out of the bottom.
To replace the parking light on a Vectra you need to lift the relay box which rests between the battery and light. Then, pull the three pin bulb out and put a new one in its place.
you have to drop the tank down and pull it out of tank
Not that I know of. Who needs a lisnence to pull a tin snail!!
Just pull it out. It simply pops in place.
Press lock tab in and then pull.
No, it is possible to replace them in vehicle.
Pull the push pin out. This loosens the plastic guard surrounded the headlight. Pull the guard off. This allows you to remove the headlight assembly.
You can pull up to your max gross train weight.
not to sure but on my vectra it normally controls the interior lights, but you have to pull the switch out to put the interior lights on
Remove the bolt holding it on, pull it off with a puller and press the new one on,
It is the same as the switch to turn on the headlights. Pull it out toward you.
If your belt is mounted on the passenger side of the engine, attach a socket and breaker bar to the tensioner pulley bolt and pull the breaker bar towards the front of the vehicle to relieve tension and remove the belt.
Pull on the belt and you can see how the tensioner moves. Put a wrench on the bolt.
You should just pull the shifter into the "3" position and it will never shift into overdrive.