The Oldsmobile Intrigue has rear wheel bearings that sometimes become faulty. It is possible to replace them by removing the old bearings and installing new or refurbished ones in their place.
It is a 5 on 5" pattern with large center.
The front wheel bearings and hub come as one piece. The bearings alone are not serviceable.
5 x 115
Very simple, actually I just did it, the ODBII port is directly under the steering wheel where the carpet and trim meet.
Are referring to the wheel lug pattern? If so, it is 5 x 4.75.
wheel bolt patern is4 3/4 on both 14 and 15 inch wheel
The 2002 General Motors/Oldsmobile Intrigue came standard equipment with the 3.5L V6. This vehicle is a front wheel drive application with a transverse mounted engine. The sparks plugs are in the cylinder heads, with plugs facing the front and the other three facing the firewall. The OEM AC Delco Professional Iridium spark plugs are part #41993.
how do you replace a wheel bearing on an 1985 oldsmobile regency 98
The 1989 Oldsmobile was most definitly a front wheel drive vehicle.
remove the hub then remove the locking ringon inside of hub press hub and baring out then press hub out of inner baring surface reverse procedure to install.
Foreign Intrigue - 1951 The Roulette Wheel 1-21 was released on: USA: 7 March 1952
there are four of them and they are located on the inside of each wheel on the underbody of the car. they are black and are made of plastic. The Vehicle speed sensor is actually somewhere on the trans. The wheel speed sensors are located inside the wheels not on the under body of the vehicle.
The evap purge solenoid is located on the top of the engine. The evap vent solenoid is located in the rear drivers side wheel well, attached to the charcoal canister.
there is none. the speed sensor is in the tranny
behind left back wheel is where it is mounted. take off the plastic shroud under cas cap. remove from bracket, remove 2 hoses and 1 plug on purge solenoid.
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.
On the steering wheel