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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Front Floor Panel Carpet Replacement

Preliminary Procedures

Preliminary Procedures

  1. Remove front seats. Refer to Driver   or Passenger Seat Replacement.
  2. Remove rear seat. Refer to Rear Seat Replacement.
  3. Remove the front floor console. Refer to Front Floor Console Replacement.
  4. Remove front sill panels. Refer to Front Side Door Sill Trim Plate Replacement.
  5. Remove rear sill panels. Refer to Rear Side Door Sill Trim Plate Replacement.
  6. Remove center pillar lower garnish moldings. Refer to Center Pillar Lower Garnish Molding Replacement.

Front Floor Panel Carpet Assembly

Procedure

Loosen Transmission Control.

Floor Carpet Drying
If the carpet or the pad or insulator is wet, use the following criteria for drying or for replacing the components: For a 1-piece carpet assembly bonded to a cotton or a fiber padding, repla ...

Headlining Trim Panel Replacement (With Sunroof)
Warning: Do not attempt to repair or alter the head impact energy-absorbing material glued to the headliner or to the garnish trims. If the material is damaged, replace the headliner and/or the ...

Other materials:

Satellite Radio
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Lamp Messages
AUTOMATIC LIGHT CONTROL ON This message is displayed when the automatic light control has been turned on. AUTOMATIC LIGHT CONTROL OFF This message is displayed when the automatic light control has been turned off. XXX TURN INDICATOR FAILURE When one of the turn signals is out, this message disp ...

Braking
Braking action involves perception time and reaction time. Deciding to push the brake pedal is perception time. Actually doing it is reaction time. Average driver reaction time is about three-quarters of a second. In that time, a vehicle moving at 100 km/h (60 mph) travels 20m (66 ft), which co ...

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