Question about 1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais
Basically it's an electrical component of the ignition system that is affected by heat. You can overlook spark plugs and wiring. It's component beyond those, like a coil, igniter etc. The auto parts store can test components for you. Don't replace part by try and error. Most stores won't accept returns on electrical parts. In diagnosis, omit those words "might as well". It will cost you $$. Best way to fix any failure is to learn how it works to learn why it 's not working anymore. That's how a professional should work. Today they use a computerized analyzer, Not brains. You can opt to visit an pro auto repair shop for them to identify the faulty component w/ their analyzer for a one hour service fee, Cool down, restart and come home to do it DIY.
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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