Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The GM 1995 Aurora repair manual, says to use the access hole under the
carpet in the back right corner of the trunk. You are best to buy a new fuel sender locking nut or ring at the
dealer for about $8.
Forgot to add this - to relieve the fuel pressure, just use the press the center of valve on the fuel rail (for pressure testing) and a rag to catch the dribble. Really no big deal.
Make sure disconnect the battery cables too
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Autozone repair guide site:
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
. Its above the starter going into the side of the block. (front side of the engine) Disconnect the battery. Remove the starter. Remove the wIre CONNECTOR plug to the sensor. The sensor has 1 bolt holding it in. Remove the bolt, you may have to wiggle the sensor at the base a bit as you pull it out. Replace, and make sure it is pushed in all of the way. Replace the bolt, wire plug, starter, reconnect the battery.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
There are different locations in the exhaust system where O2S sensors are positioned. The locations have been given numbers and will be used in the accompanying charts to identify the positions of O2S sensors in most vehicles.
Due to mid-year production changes or factory inconsistencies, all models may not be covered. If a vehicle being serviced is not covered in the charts, inspect the exhaust system (while cold!) in the general locations to find the applicable O2S sensors.
NOTE: If equipped with dual exhaust systems, there may be up to 4 or 5 O2S sensors in the exhaust system. Be sure to locate all of them before commencing with any testing or service.
Fig. 1: Location No. 1 — down pipe or exhaust manifold
Fig. 2: Location No. 1 — typical O2S sensor located in the exhaust manifold
Fig. 3: Location No. 2 — left and right banks of a V-type engine
Fig. 4: Location No. 3 — exhaust collector (where more than one pipe joins together)
Fig. 5: Location No. 4 — outlet of the catalytic converter
Fig. 6: Location No. 5 — inlet and outlet of the catalytic converter
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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