Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora
I have a 1997 Olds Aurora that the outside temp gauge reads 30 degrees or less. This is causing the A/C Compressor not to kick in. Where is the outside temp gauge and how can i fix this before going onto the next issue with the A/C.?
The sensor is in behind the nosecone. but this should not effect the ac system . it would it the inside temp sender said that in the auto mode only. put it in defrost mode and the compressor should be on if not you have another problem (maybe low on freon)
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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