Question about 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
Drop the steering wheel down and you can access the switch. Just remove the dash cover to access the bolts holding the steering wheel in place. Once you remove those 2 bolts the steering wheel will fall toward the seat.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get a Chilton's book on the car. It will take you thru the whole job, and give you the torque specs for putting it back together. You will need a torque wrench, foot pounds, and a good socket set.
Posted on May 04, 2009
Just follow the top rad hose to the engine.It will end up at the thermostat housing.The thermostat is under the thing the upper rad hose goes to and once you have drained down the radiator some then just unbolt it and put in ther new thermostat[with a new gasket of course after you scrapped all the old gasket off].
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
Disconnect battery,remove lower dash driver side,[caution] unplug yellow wire should say air bag..look on column 4 screw that holds shift indicator,note position of it,It may just clip on be careful not to pull on it or let it git caught on any thing,2 15mm nut gold or silver remove lower steering column plug switch 2- 1/4 or 5/16 hold switch in place ,,re place ageist ,,,hope this is some help let us know ,PS first I would check fuse link at starter and crank fuse ,you can git A book from the liberty. usually in a day or two.....best ..
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
ok i have found your answer but i found it on another website so i copied it for you to rummage thru I hope this is what u were seeking and glad to help.
flasher switch location The flasher switch for the 94 cutlass is not where you would think it would be it is behind and off to the side of the ashtray or below the radio.
New Answer Headline The above is accurate; getting to it is a little tricky. Open the glove box and remove the tether wire connection at the door by unscrewing the SHC screw with a T-15 Torx driver. This will expose 2 of the 4 fuse panel mounting screws. Use an 8mm socket to remove all four and wiggle the panel out. The flasher is behind and to the left in the harness itself, not on a terminal block. Use a straight blade screwdriver to gently pry the two prong connection from the unit (Mine was an OEM Wagner - bright yellow.)
It depends if you're talking about the turn signal flasher or the emergency flasher. The emergency flasher is directly behind the glovebox. If you're referring to the turn signal flasher, I just replaced mine last night without having to mess with the fusebox or glovebox. It turns out that it was attached by a clip on the right side of the ashtray frame inside the dashboard. I took out the removable "cup" part of the ashtray, then removed the two upper and two lower ashtray frame screws. Next, I pulled the frame forward and disconnected the small ashtray light. The power wire for the cigarette lighter can stay attached. After I slide the frame out the rest of the way it was easy to get to and replace the flasher unit.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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