Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Silhouette
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There's a junction box behind passenger rear door that has 2 wires that are joined from the front and control the rear defroster and radio antenna.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: air ride problems '99 Silhouette
u can't change the just the valve u can change the compressor head but still costly the only other way would be and easier buy a used one
Posted on May 03, 2009
The load leveling shock will not work if there is an issue with the compressor. If you buy the sir shock's, your going to have to address the compressor issue to even have the air shocks level the Silhouette. Once you have the compressor issue addressed, the shocks it's self is simple enough to replace that you can do it with common tools to save you some money. My wife has a Montana and we had the same problem, since we do not tow and really never hold that much weight. We replaced the rear shocks with Monroe Reflex Shocks, Found the van to be much more sturdy then the air shocks ever were and the good thing about them is there were lift time replacement at Parts Source. Regardless on which shocks your going to use, it's a good rule to replace both sides at the same time. The only difference in to reinstalling the air shocks is you need to reattach the air lines to the shocks and that's simple as removing the shocks it self. The shocks are only held on by two bolts, one on top and one on bottom and should only take about 20 min each side to do since you have to jack the car up and remove the wheel for room, but you can remove the shocks it self without removing the wheel, it's your preference. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to answer any questions you may have.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
The simple solution is to pull the fuse for the compressor.
If you want this fixed, you most likely have a leak and will need to find and fix it. The compressor may also be rebuilding. Probably not going to be worth putting the money into fixing.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
In your case, there a lot of meaning about ABS light problem. But the sulotion is go to the nearest auto parts or autozone, they scan your car for free of chage and they will give you the obd diagnose code and they can also look up on their computer to find out what is the real problem... best of luck..
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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