My car keeps on overheating only on the highway when i reach bout 65 or 70 mph. it does fine all around town i can drive the thing all day around town non-stop, but when i hit the open road it gets hot tells me. hot turn ac off let engine idle...anyone knows the question to that let me know via email email@example.com i would really appreciate the advise or someone who knows what hell prob is.. preciate it...
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Aurora 4.0 Exhaust Leak and Water Pump Whine. Brendan Doyle ... How to Install a Waterpump on a Cadillac Northstar engine. ...How to access spark plugs on a 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora 3.5L Engine - Duration: 3:19. Dennis ...
remove the surge tank, the serpentine belt, and unbolt the water pump (drain the radiator before you do this)-there are a lot of bolts and they are different lengths, so keep track of them so they go back in the same places.
Try this trick, add vasoline to your weather strip to your trunk. What happens is when the weather strips start to get old, they can no longer conform to the truck and gaps form letting water to get in. Good luck and keep me posted.
The labor time to change the crank position sensor is : 1.0 hour and .1 add for locking wheel covers for a total of 1.1
Plus im sure there is some diagnose time.
Normally for my shop it would probably be .5 diag time. but not more than an hour.
I have fixed several of these P0442 codes on the Aurora and they were all leaking from the EVAP Solenoid. This is about a $20.00 part. It is located by the driver's side rear wheel on the inside of the frame. You need a 10mm socket to remove the bolt. You will have to disconnect 1 or 2 electrical connectors as well. The most difficult part is getting the EVAP line off - not too bad though.