GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches
according to my gm dealer it does not. The passlock system is in the ignition cylinder
Use 5W-30. It is the recommended weight by GM.
GM cars do not have inertia/reset switches.
Gm does not use inertia/reset switches.
Oldsmobile stopped making Alero in 2004 and GM stopped making Oldsmobile in 2004, so some mistake here?
The speed should read fine with a GM speedometer, as the 110 and 150 are calibrated to go into the same cars with the same transmissions.
Gm vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches.
GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset buttons
There is a major malfunction in the speedometers of trailblazers. GM seems to have recalled many GM auto's with this issue just not the tralblazer.
GM vehicles do not use inertia/safety switches.GM vehicles do not use inertia/safety switches.
The flasher on a 2002 Alero is all part of the hazard switch up on the dash. I just had mine replaced under GM's special policy for the signal light problem and I asked them where the flasher was.
4.5 quarts, a typical GM oil capacity in I4 and V6 engines.
See your local GM dealer for a reman swap.
May have replaced the wrong sensor or you have a bad wire in that curcuit. gm Jim
Listed in your owners manual. Purchase an approved GM power steering fluid at any auto parts store.
yes the turnsignals are are the same relay as your hazzards if the hazzard swicth is done your signals wont work. Another brilliant idea by GM
YOU NEED TO GO INTO YOUR GM DEALER AND HAVE THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT REPROGRAM THE CARS COMPUTER !
Yes, there is a recall for turn signal flashers on this model. The flasher is incorporated into the hazard flasher switch on this vehicle, they have a defective solder joint that causes, first intermittent, then complete failure of the turn signals. My Alero is a 2000, which is the year covered by the recall, but the vin didn't fall within the parameters of the recall. I just called GM, they gave me an over-ride code for the dealer, and I got it fixed, no problem!
Some GM transmissions are sealed for life and have no filler tube. Refer to your owners manual for the scheduled maintenance on the transmission.
Activate the 4-way flashers. This might work, temporarily. This problem has had a factory recall. Go to a GM dealer and see if they'll fix it for nothing. Apparently it involves changing the hazzard switch in the dash.
power from the battery
No, GM only makes replacement parts for 10 years after the model year ends. But there are many after market company's like Eckler's ,Zip, Midamerica that still sell replacement speedometers. David Steele
oh yes it can you can install any motor into pretty much any car as long as your gonna put the hours in it wont be a drop in but you can make it work as long as your gonna take the time