Question about 2004 Oldsmobile Alero
Not really, the only difficulty is going to be if it is a v6. As you will need to remove the intake manifold, throttle body, hoses and electrical connectors (and anything else in the way).
For a full tune-up you will want to change the following:
-spark plugs -spark plug wires -air filter -oil/filter -fuel filter -pcv valve -any cracked hoses (vacuum/coolant/fuel) -serpentine belt (if cracked/worn even the slightest)
You may also consider the following:
-transmission filter/fluid change -radiator flush/drain and refill
You will need some or all of the following:
-basic hand tools (sockets, screwdriver, wrenches, pliers, etc) -breaker bar/ belt tensioner tool (for belt) -spark plug socket -manual (for reference), especially if you have a v6 -jack (for tranny filter change) -scraper (for tranny filter change) -radiator flush kit
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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