First of all, there was no 1998 Oldsmobile Alero. They released the 1999 Olds Alero in 1998, however. I've got the GLS V6 version of this guy, and for the most part, it's been a total workhorse (Engine and Tranny are SOLID after over 100k miles). I'm assuming we're talking about the same car. The horn Relay/Fuse is #21 - which (of the three fuse panels) can be found on the panel under the hood behind the cataytic converter. You can't miss the box, there's a platic screw that holds the top on. Once you've got it open, if you're standing on the drivers side of the car looking sideways at the fuse panel, it will be the upper-left most relay (or, if you prefer, the one in the corner that is closest to the middle of the hood). All I need to figure out now, is how to pull the sucker as it is getting all "Little Miss Sunshine" on me (incessantly honking late at night, waking me, and alerting the police.... eek!). Good luck!
Oldsmobile Alero was a very popular compact vehicle produced by the Oldsmobile branch of General Motors. This vehicle was very first produced in April of 1998.
im pretty sure they didnt make an alero in 1998... my best bet would to google it...
On the steering wheel
Achievas where only made from 1992 to 1998
Likely a bad ground in the relay
location of fuel pump relay
The Alero was introduced in spring 1998 as a 1999 model to replace the Achieva and Cutlass. The Alero went into production on April 6, 1998. All Aleros were built in Lansing, Michigan. The Alero was Oldsmobile's last compact car as well as the last vehicle sold under the brand. Production ended on April 28, 2004.
Yes and you can get grand am wheels 1999-2005, chevrolet malibu 1999-2003
PASSENGER SIDE KICK PANEL. FUSE RELAY BOX BEHIND GLOVE BOX