Not the best video, but he hits the main points - remove the air intake, unbolt one of the alternator bolts so you can rotate it upwards, and remove any wiring plugs that may get in the way. The one bolt he points out on the long thermostat tubes has to be removed from underneath the engine. Looks like a PITA job.
Just bought a used 2016 Smart Fortwo Prime (0.9L turbo, dual-clutch auto and with JBL subwoofer) and
looking forward to driving it more once the weather gets better (hard to go out with 12" inch of snow on the ground).
In the mean time, I am reading up more on this new car of mine...
I have a 2009 smart fortwo coupe that will not start. when I turn the key on there is no lights come on on the cluster, tern signals work, radio works, lights woek, wipers work,dome light works, but nothing comes on on the instrument cluster and I can not move the shift lever out of park. Also...
I purchased an aftermarket socket at AutoZone.
The wires were Red and Black.
The wires on the Smart car are yellow and brown. Which is positive?
I'll be fixing this shortly, so if I don't get an answer before then, I'll just figure it out with an amp meter.
Hi guys. New to me 2018 ED did not come with the factory phone holder. I can’t seem to find one. Any ideas? Seems discontinued. Did find one in England on eBay, but that is a pain for the seller to ship to me here. I would like it because of the usb thing and the fact that it is horizontal...