Probably the ignition key switch...I have the same problem
Check ignition switch, common problem.
check to see if your security light is on...could be passlock
Neutral safety switch going bad? Starter solenoid going bad?
i have a problem with the washer pump when i put a voltage tester on the connection it jumps all around from 5 volts to 10
There is none - usually it is the module in the top of the heater / blower box (resistor module) that is the problem.
I am having the same problem with my intrigue, it might be 2 things: the crank sensor is bad and needs changing, or the ignition module needs changing. im not %100 that this is the problem but I am currently trying to get mine fixed and that's what I have been told it might be.
Have vehicle scanned to see if any codes are stored to determine the problem
Any problem with the car that affects its emissions will cause the light to come on and stay on until the problem has been fixed. (There are literally dozens of possible causes.)
sounds to me like your rear window is leaking.i had the same problem and that's what it was
hey i have a 1999 oldsmovile intrigue with the same problem neither my driver or passanger side seat work and its a pain cause im 6'4 and the seats half way up. im gunna attepmt to tear the carpet up and find the wire running to it ill let you no how i make out
The blower resistor is located behind the glove compartment. Remove the glove compartment. Right in front of you is the resistor, and is held by two screws, and i believe three wires. You can buy one only from the dealer for around $30.00. I had to change mine, the only problem is that i do not get height speed. Go to a junk yard, and take one off. Goog luck
The blower resistor has failed.The blower resistor has failed.
One common problem is the resistor, they like to get to hot and melt. The resistor is located under the passenger side glove compartment, by the fan motor. There should be two screws holding the resistor in place. Unscrew the resistor then unplug it from the wire harness. If it looks burnt or is melted, then chances are this is the problem. Plug in the new resistor and screw it back in place. It is a cheap fix and is easily accomplished.
I am having the same problem. Brought it to an AC specialist and they told me it was my heating/AC panel switch that was going bad. The clutch would not stay engaged because the AC on/off switch was bad.
Check Battery connections are clean and tight. If they are OK, then the problem lies in the relay mounted in the starter (it is one unit)
you have a sensor problem.
It is possible that the door jamb switch is weak. Starting with the drivers door, wiggle the switch and then close the door; if this helps to shut off the light ,replace the switch.
I had this problem for 2 yrs before I found out that the PCV valve grommets were bad and had holes in there. I'm guessing that you are also burning alot of oil fast too. Check the pcv valve rubber fittings. Good luck
What's with all these fragmented questions? We'd like to help, but this kind of question is totally ambiguous. Yes, Olds Intrigues have transmissions. Do you have a problem with yours? Is it missing from the car? Is it spewing fluid? Tell us the details please, we're not mindreaders.
Nothing. Nothing is the problem monkeys. HAHAHAHA! :D
There has actually been a recall on the 98 intrigues because of the rear seat belts. They have a tendency to twist as they are pulled into the automatic retractor, causing the retractor to seize up. Had the same problem with mine. All I did was slowly pull the seatbelts a little at a time. When they would stop, I'd let it back in again to unlock the retractor, then try again. Took some patience and time, but eventually got them out.As for the recall, I think if you go into your local Oldsmobile dealership service center, they'll install guides that prevent the seat belts from twisting.See: http://www.automotix.net/autorepair/recalls/oldsmobile-intrigue/
I've discovered this is a common problem among many Intrigue owners. The most helpful answers were: 1. Air is in the coolant system and you'll need to properly bleed it out. 2. There is an "enhanced thermostat" that seems to solve the problem for many people. It allows the proper amount of flow to cool the engine. 3. Make sure the belt and tensioner are adjusted properly. Just relaying what I've learned ... Al
it's a problem with the blower motor resistor