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How did you do it please. Have the same problem!


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the problem there no GM DEALERS in this area...Tanzania.

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2007 holden captiva air bag light staying on


Hi Jeremy!

WOW! thank you very much about your tips!! I fix my airbag light just moving the yellow wire under my driver seat at NO COST!!

I got Captiva LX 2007 and the airbag lights on for month and I know Holden dealer charge a lot for any repairs!

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How to change oil pump in 4.7


Here you go:

1. Remove the oil pan and pick-up tube.

2. Remove the timing chain cover.

3. Remove timing chain and tensioners.

4. Remove the four (4) bolts, timing chain tensioner and oil pump.

5. Position the oil pump on the crankshaft and install two (2) mounting bolts.

6. Position the primary timing chain tensioner and install the two (2) remaining bolts.

7. Tighten the pump and tensioner retaining bolts to 21 ft lbs in the sequence shown in attached photo.

8. Install the secondary timing chain tensioners, chains, cover, pick-up tube, and oil pan with new gasket.

See the photo below. Hope this helped and best wishes.

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