Question about 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora
Drive shaft end couplings ,ignore till they start crunching in the straight ahead position ,No doubt the rubber covers are split of missing so strip the end off the shaft and put the end on a small bucket of diesel the tap the round ring down on one end so the ball bearing bearing comes out and repeat this till all 6 are out ,now twist the inner part so the arms are between to holes in the cage ,then turn this till it comes out now give it all a good clean and refit in reverse procedure ,but of grease in the bottom through the hole that the drive shaft goes into fit the new rubber boot over the drive shaft and the refit the coupling fit but more grease under the rubber ,refit the boot and job done .Its a easy job to do -MESSYAND MUCKY yes but a relativly simple job
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Several- The system should hold freon for years without leaking. There are pressure switches and they cut off the compressor with an undercharge and an overcharge. You need guages to measure the charge. There are testers the A/C shops have called "sniffers" which can detect a leak. If you have no leak then you need a technician to add or remove freon to get the concentration right. Or you need guages.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
You can buy a replacement ambient air temp sensor at an auto parts store for about $10. Its as simple to change as a light bulb and can be found behind your front bumper at the base of the radiator.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
have you replaced the wiring to the starter motor, both the main power lead from the battery and the ground (earth) lead from the battery. Being that the vehicle is over 15 years old, excessive internal resistance could be the cause of your problem, this also presnts itself as clicking from the starter motor because it is transferring less current...i would seriously look at this direction, if you dont know about auto-electrical testing, i suggest you take it to a shop to have it looked at it
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Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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