Question about 1991 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser
I see your question is a little vague but will try to help. We would need to know if the blower is off or if the a/c engages the compressor. Your best bet is a Salvage yard for the parts and information. You want to match an Electronic Auto Temp control with the same parts and a manual control with its own parts at the Salvage yard. You may need a blower control switch if you have checked the fuse and everything is still dead. An old Chiltons or Motors repair manual may be available for reference at a library for an 18 year old car. Some of the switches are under the hood in the ductwork and others are under the dash in the ductwork. A lot of the Salvage guys have experience with this stuff. You could look on Ebay or Amazon for repair books for your car.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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