Question about Oldsmobile Aurora
It never hurts to change fluids but, hesitation is a product of fuel and ignition, happening at the correct time and in sufficient quantity. Not sure what "hesitates to work" on your car as you were not specific, but any hesitating is generally a mechanical not a lubrication problem.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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