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Where is the 1993 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Engine Control Unit located

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Gm was putting them behind the glove compartment in those days

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SOURCE: need factory recommended tire size

there is a sticker on the door jam likely on the drivers side with the recommended tire size... if it's not there let me know and i will find it for you


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SOURCE: 1992 oldsmobile ninety eight

Check egr valve, check pvc valve, check head gasket, check air filter, timing timing out of adjustment, burned valves or leaking, cam shafts could be worn, check fuel enjectors.

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SOURCE: Where can you find an illustration - diagram for

its possible the diagram is on a label under the hood. GM was pretty good about putting this label somewhere in the engine compartment. (unless someone removed it)

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SOURCE: the hood of a 1991 oldsmobile ninety will not open

the easiest way is to strip the end of the original cable and pull the cable to open the hood. if not you have to raise the car and try to reach the hood latch and open if from there.

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SOURCE: I need a serpentine belt diagram for a 1994

CLICK on the following LINK.
It has the Belt Diagrams you will need.
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