The 2001 Oldsmobile water pump is located on the front of the engine. You can follow the top radiator hose directly to the water pump.
The Oldsmobile AleroThe vehicle that replaced the Achieva was Oldsmobile Alero (produced from 1999-2004).
a 2002 Alero could have several problems causing the overheating. Thermostat, water pump, or clogged radiator issues are the most common causes of overheating.
Drain radiator through plug at bottom or rear of radiator Re-fill radiator with a 50/50 mixture of antifreeze and water slowly to prevent an air lock
It is located on the passenger side on the bottom of the engine near the firewall.
it looks like a little coolant jug that comes on the bottom left side of the dash
it happened cause the time needed for the lime water to change was made less
Sounds like a bad water pump to me.
first lose the belt the the four ten mm bolt and you move the pully and lose the six 5/16 bolt
Your best bet would be to go to an auto parts store that sell Haynes Manuals. They are not very expensive. It will help you in many other matters.
Coolant level low, thermostat stuck, clogged radiator, defective water pump, blown head gasket, or cooling fan not functioning.
is it hard to change the water pump on a 1992 Oldsmobile achieva. Yes, it is very hard to replace a water pump on an Achieva. When the pump died on my 1996 Achieva, the engine needed to be unbolted and removed to get to it. As I recall, it cost about $500. I have a 95 Olds Achieva 3.1 and the water pump was very easy to change. Mine is on the front passenger side of the engine. Very easy to get to, just be careful not to break any bolts off. lol
I had the same issue with a 2001 Alero and the Oldsmobile repair shop installed some sort of deflector inside of the door. Not sure what or where exactly but that is what they told me.
replace a water pump on a 2004 olds alero 2.2 litler
The water pump on the 2000 olds Alero is located on the passenger side where the drive belts are. Water leaking from the water pump entails replacement.
The water must be heated.
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by freezing it
This can be caused by a number of things. # A shortage of coolant # faulty thermostat # faulty radiator cap # a blocked radiator # faulty water pump # faulty fan # leaky hoses # cracked head or block.
The DEX-COOL coolant with 50/50 mix. It is an orange coolant. if you want to do it exactly how GM says you would have 50% DEX-COOL and 50% de-mineralized water
remove and replace water pump in 1997 Oldsmobile aurora
It needs to be cooled down to condensate.
well simply for any car you can tell by checking the oil or the oil cap. if you see white residue on the cap or on the dipstick you got water in the oil. if you also change the oil you can see water in it. that is simply the only ways you can know. good look with your alero