Question about 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car headlights on 1997 aurora
This could the fuse problem please check the fuse or bad wiring of the car or Switch is defective ..............................................
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
SOURCE: Lights on A 1997 Olds Aurora
I just fixed the same problem. The above suggestions are correct, you need to clean the 5 little "dots" looks like a semi circle. I did go ahead and take apart the stearing colum to do this, however when everything was all put back together. I realized I could have reached these by pulling the rubber at the base of the stick back. Also I used a Q-tip to wipe the extra grease away. I would deffinatly moving the rubber up and wiping the "dots" with a q tip before trying to disassemble your stearing colum. If it dosn't work, no harm done, go ahead and remove it to give it a better cleaning. I took me about an hour and a half. Make sure you have the right tools. like a nut driver, some of he nuts are really difficult to get to. The right tool (should you need them) will make it go a lot faster
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
Your problem is either a clogged heater core, or the air temp control blend door actuator, in order to check for a clogged core feel the heater core hoses in the eng compartment, they should both be hot, one a little hotter than the other, if they are the core is ok and the blend door actuator needs to be replaced.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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
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