Question about Oldsmobile Cars & Trucks
About a month ago the car died on the freeway. It was running on 5 cylinders, so I replaced the Ignition Coil Pack. That worked fine but later that night the car died again and I was told I needed to replace the ignition control module. Done. Since then, the car has lacked power, for example I can only reach 18 miles per hour uphill, and I have a serious loss of flatland acceleration too. I have tried flooring it and once I get to 2100 RPM the car will not accelerate until I release the pedal. At 2100 RPM, the engine makes a steady, loud noise, sounds like a lot of air (just a thought) and after a while there is a faint burning smell. Any suggestions on what it might be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you replaced the timing belt? if not i would highly recommend doing so. these cars need to have the timing belt replaced before it breaks otherwise it can and will cause major engine damage.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
the air fuel control mod can cause the prob you are having 1990 to 2000 ford rangers are bad about doing what yours is doing and it is always that air fuel mod
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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