5 bolt olds rim
I have 2 of these cieras and NO they are front wheel drive, the cutlass supreme is real wheel drive
No there rear wheel drive rims are different than front drive rims
The 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was rated 350 horsepower with the with the V8 engine. It was last year that the Cutlass was a rear wheel drive vehicle.
Which bolts? Wheel to axle should be the very common GM 5 on 4.75" circle.
no it ruins the steering wheel
Under the steering wheel to the right
Sometimes the Cutlass sedan and the Delta 88 would share the same wheel design.
The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was an intermediate-size car produced by GM for the U.S. market. The Supreme sat atop the Cutlass line, beginning as a trim package and eventually becoming its own model name. The popularity of the Cutlass helped drive Oldsmobile to a million sales for the first time in 1978. More than half were Cutlasses. Production of the rear-wheel drive Cutlass ended in 1987. The last car to wear the Cutlass badge was a smaller, front-wheel drive car that left the line on July 2, 1999. It was replaced, indirectly, by the Intrigue.
If it's a 1990-97 model, yes.
No! a 1987 cutlass is rear wheel drive, the van is front wheel drive....wrong offset.
it the handle on the side of steering wheel chick it towards you or oppsite
It's rear wheel drive so you want to tow it with the rearend off the ground.
To remove a steering wheel, a person must use a steering wheel puller. It puts the pressure on the middle of the steering wheel and pulls up on the outer ring.
wheel bolt patern is4 3/4 on both 14 and 15 inch wheel
Under the hood. Drivers side. In a box above the wheel opening, under a support strut.
There are two fuse panels on the cutlass supreme. One is under the hood on the passenger side over the wheel well, the other is located in the glove box you will need to remove the lower insert no tools required, should just pull out.
The minimum thickness specs are stamped into the rotors.
Just bang your head off the steering wheel and then use a hack saw. If you do not like this method then learn how to do this simple step or pay someone to do it for you.
take your steering wheel off (need a steering wheel puller). there should be a small screw at the end of the arm. remove this screw and replace the handle.
yes it is a front wheel drive car, both the quad 4's and both the 3.1 and 3.4 L v-6's. all front wheel drive.
As long as the bolt pattern is the same and the spacing is the same (4.75") you can swap rims. If you have 14" steel rims you can put 15 or 16" Aluminum rims on but do all 4 other wise the speedo will be off. Also front wheel drive wheels are not the same as rear wheel drive. So put the right ones on.
You have to remove the passenger side wheel, and inner fenders, then the drive axle and heat shield, then you can get at it. From underneath.....sorry.
Replace wheel cylinders and check rear proportioning valves.