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2001 olds aurora ac doesn't work. ground wire problem

My sister has a ac was replaced now doesn't work mechanic says it is a ground wire problem need to know were to look.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Ground Splice Pack Location, 2001, 3.5

That ground is located on the lower left front of the engine, near the trans. connector.
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Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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SOURCE: 2001 olds aurora v 8

The starter motor sits in the "valley" between the two bank of cylinders underneath the intake manifold.

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SOURCE: 2001 olds aurora keeps overheating!!

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 treybird_loves_basketball@hotmail.com i would really appreciate the advise or someone who knows what hell prob is.. preciate it...

Posted on Apr 12, 2010

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SOURCE: 2001 Olds Aurora 3.5L: Oil pressure switch wire

You can sometimes get replacement connectors with pigtails at auto parts stores but the easiest way is to bring your VIN number to a GM dealer and get one there. Most connectors are available and having a VIN number along helps the parts guy get the correct one. Usually the new wires are plenty long and give you a little room to work with when splicing them into the harness. I use crimp type connectors and then wrap the connectors with electrical tape to protect the new connections from the elements. If the insulation has just pulled back away from the connector and the wires and connector are good yet [just bare] then you may be able to save the connector by coating the bare wires with liquid tape then carefully wrapping the individual wires with a layer of electrical tape after the liquid tape has fully dried.

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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