Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass
I am having the same issues. One day I had to use my horn, hit it kinda hard, then about 10 minutes later as I was driving down the highway, it went off all by itself. Only way I could get it to stop was to actually hit it. It now no longer works. My engine runs hard at 1st startup, then after a few minutes it quiets down. engine light is on. RPMS's will drop down to 0 then bounce back up to where they were while driving, causing car to buck, and my ABS light came on after getting brake pads replaced. Not sure what;s going on here. I've had CO2 sensor replaced, new spark plugs and wires. Changed out the fuel filter. yet the bucking and rpms dropping still exists. If you figure out whats going on with yours let me know.
Check to make sure the plugged wires back into wheel sensors when they changed pads
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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