Question about Oldsmobile Bravada
IS this a vehicle speed sensor or on one of the wheels like an ABS brake sensor? Either way it is probably a faulty speed sensor. Are you having a problem or is this just something you noticed? If there is no problem it could just be a calibration problem or a miscommunication between your scanner and vehicle.
Posted on Jun 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It does sound like a sensor problem. Not sure where the sensor its self is, but they are usually by the drivers side mirror, or underneath the windsheild valance. They need to be placed in a area where wind wont give false readings due to wind chill factors. Any dealership should be able to tell you. good luck. John...
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
radiator plugs are on the backside of the radiator. sometimes you need to remove some covers to get to it. also it may be easier to simply remove the bottom hose to drain the coolant.
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Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: My 2002 olds bravada will
OK, I would check the amperage that is being drawn by the starter with an inductive ammeter that hooks around the battery cable, but doesn't disturb the connection.
75 to 120 Amps of draw should exist if the starter is fully drawing power from the battery, and it should turn vigorously. If it doesn't turnover vigorously it's a bad starter motor.
One can have the load test done on the battery and also have the starter tested at a local parts store or Walmart, or Sears, or places like that, for free or a nominal fee.
Also, if it draws 0 amps or .1 amps to 2 or 3 amps, and doesn't turn over, it's probably a stuck solenoid. In which case changing the starter is a good idea to fix the problem.
Get a starter that has a lifetime warranty, and you'll be assured good starts for many years to come, if you plan to use the car for that amount of time.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
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