your float could be stuck
it may be that you need to replace your thermastat, or coolent level is low wrong mixture
Not overly familiar with the Lumina, but you might have accidentaly disconected them at the bus, or the CD player could be drawing to much power(unlikely)
My 1990 Lumina 3.1 had the same problem and it was caused by the crank sensor.
it was the fuse. it is in the glove box it is maked (cluster) 10 amp fuse fixed it all.
Car not blowing air or heat
The coil is dirty.Hose it out with a water hose.
I had a similar problem turns out the Alternator was bad.
could be elctrical not turning on compreesor could just be out of freon
The 2001 Lumina has the OBDII system. The only way to access the data is with an OBD2 reader (about $120 ) from any FLAPS (Friendly Local Auto Parts Store) Or you could take the car to a dealer and pay them to read the codes. Purchase the Haynes manual for the Lumina so you can look up the codes and figure out whats wrong.
There is nothing wrong with the motor there is something wrong with the switching circuits
Fuel pump is defective and needs replacing.
Low coolant, stuck thermostat, blocked hoses.
If the main headlight fuse keeps blowing out on a 2002 Kia Sportage, check for a short in the wiring. Also check to make sure there is no moisture in the headlight holder.
that means you can start getting to know lumina .
There could be a number of problems. Dirty ducts or heat exchanger. Wrong speed on the fan, or turning the wrong way. Plugged filters or vents.
What could you possibly mean by blowing back?Answer 2When you say blowing back, is the fluid in the reservoir airated? It could be that the pump is cavitating or you have a problem on the feed line from the reservoir to the pump if the reservoir is a remote one. Sounds like the pump requires attention. www.powerbrakeandsteering.co.za
evaporator frozen over
Blowing black smoke is indicative of an oil leak in the engine.
Yes any camshaft can break if something goes wrong.
Ignition module. See if spark plug wires have arched. Check for spark. You could change it yourself. Module plus new wires will cost you around $200.
If your wipers keep blowing the fuses on your 1998 Nissan Altima, it could be a short or the wrong fuse being used. You may have a short in the wiring or the wiper switch, a bad ground wire, or loose wiring.
your flasher is bad replace it It's probably the turn signal signal switch in the steering wheel hub. They're junk from the factory.
Blowing the whistle is calling attention to wrong doing.
Thermostat stuck open, clogged heater core, heater flow valve not functioning, or low of coolant.