If the car is over heating then it could be that the electric cooling fan motor is not working so the fan can
It could be a fuse, check the fuse panel. It could also be a short in the window wire or a short on the way to the window wire.
Have the timing checked. Actually, do yourself a favor and have a full diagnostic done.
The fuel filter could be clogged, screen in tank blocked, leak in fuel line.
mass air flow sensor clean it with Qd electronic cleaner worked for me had he same problem with a 93 cutlassciera. runs great now
This could be ecm (electronic control module) problem.
nope, bad head gasket..
Flooding in a 1994 3.1 liter Cutlass engine could be from a faulty fuel pump. The spark plugs may also be fouled.
I have the Cutlass Ciera S, which takes tire sizes 195 75 R14 or 185 75 R14 - which I've heard has been discontinued You could call your local Oldsmobile Dealer and ask them for specific recommendations, some of the Ciera's have R16 sizes instead , (rim size)
if its bogging down it could be catalic converter
it is under the dash below the steering wheel you have to remove the steering wheel to replace it I have a manual that walks you threw this if you like I could send you the steps via email my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
possible ignition modual, what is your fuel presure, does car restart immediatly or after it sits for a while Possibly clogged fuel filter, or bad fuel pump.
Low freon, bad compressor, bad clutch, bad pressure switch (could be multiple of these), bad switch...the list goes on. Best bet is to take it to a mechanic for a diagnosis.
Sometimes the instrument panel dimmer switch also has another "detent" that turns on the interior lights without one opening one of the doors. The other thing that could have happened is that one of the door switches may have a loose wire, which would "open" the switch and cause the lights to stay on.
If I am understanding correctly, it sounds like a pulley may be bound up. Thereby causing the belt to rub and make alot of friction thus causing melting. It could be any pulley in the serpentine system. Remove the belt and feel all pulleys for any play.
Something that would cause someone to get into electric shock is getting struck by lightning! Also touching a power socket and getting shocked!
That sounds like a transmission problem, it could be a gasket but possibly more work. You might be looking at around $250 of work but sounds like that's all that needs to be done.
Rough idle could bea lot of things. I will tell you the basic things that cause it. -Vacuum Leak -Not Enough or too much fuel or air caused by many things. Timing incorrect. -Bad sensor. (O2, MAF, MAP, IAT, TPS, CPS, to name a few) -Misfire (Tons of reasons) -Not enough grounds or bad wiring. *Lance*
It could be an electric problem, IMMEDIATLY GET IT LOOKED AT!!!!
there are ways to do this, but i dont recommend it. this can cause sound to be distorted and also could blow fuses or cause other electric damages.
You have to use a safety razor because an electric razor could cause a spark.
Check for a busted engine or tranny mount.
It could be a weak battery or a bad ignition coil.
sounds like your back breaks are wore you use them the most when you are backing up.
Could be heater core leaking Could be a bad windshield seal Could be a bad door seal