Question about Oldsmobile Aurora
Based on the description, either the problem is on the water pump, the radiator fan or the hoses. If you have replaced the hoses or noticed that the hoses are not brittle and clamps are ok, then you can eliminate it as one of the source of the problem. Inspect the radiator fan if it turns on when you remove the thermostat. The thermostat looks like a small plug that has wires coming out of it and is connected to one of the radiator hoses. If it does not turn on it could be a problem on the relay or the fan itself. You may swap the AC fan relay with the radiator fan. If it still does not turn on then it is a bad fan. If it turns on then, have the relay replaced. Other than that your water pump for the radiator needs replacing. It may not be circulating water correctly.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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