The problem is the servo motor that swaps the vent door from the cooling coil to the heater coil.Answerbefore you tear apart the dash to get to your driver side servo motor-disconnect your battery for 5-minutes, with both front doors open reconnect your battery(this resets your on board computer),then turn your car on and turn your a/c on to high with the coldest setting on both sides for dual air systems and leave the car running for a few minutes. you will feel the air cold again. there is a sensor on the passenger side that will trigger the servo motor to not move if the front door is closed. servos usually get stuck after the power was cut off. if this does not do it, have your a/c sytem checked for leaks.
I have the same problem on my 99 Olds Intrigue and tried disconnecting the negative battery cable for 5 minutes. That did not correct the problem-no change. Any advice is welcome.AnswerThis is a Dual Climate System. If you're not familiar with this setup, there's a driver and passenger climate setting. The passenger setting knob is on the right of the climate control console. If you have already properly adjusted this setting, there's a problem with the servo motor being out of the preset range for the a/c & heater doors. Every time power is cut from the unit, the servo resets the doors by doing a "sweep" from full cold to full hot maximum range. Over time the servo will fall out of range from constant full range flexing, and the part that controls the range limit must be replaced. Reseting the main module by disconnecting the battery has a slim chance of successfully fixing the issue.
The car seems to do this after the battery is disconnected or looses power while the A/C is in the on position. I tried everything that I saw on the Internet. The only thing that worked for me immediately was to remove the a/c heat control unit from in the car, directly below your cars radio/head unit but make sure to turn the a/c off first or the ac/c doors inside will stay open and continue to blow heat in when reconnected. (how to do)Turn off the A/C first, take the cover off and remove the two screws, pull the unit out, unplug the wire harness and let it sit for 30 seconds. It will reset itself plug it back in and the a/c will work again, of course the put the cover back on ect..Should take less than 5 minutes to do.
Passenger side tail light corner is where my changer is
i would like to know the answer for myself
It is important to know the cost of replacing parts or making repairs on a car. For a 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue it should cost between $90 and $200 for a person to replace the alternator on their own.
You would have to replace the whole thing, it only about $30 its a locking pin that looks like a staple pull it out and it should come off....... easy do it your self
Most likely loss of refrigerant.
Under the dash in front of where your right knee would be. The plug is facing the seat.
are you sure your battery isn't dead??? i have a 2000 intrigue and i know when my battery would die it would just make clicking noises and never had enough power to crank the engine over hope this helps
The right side would be the passenger side in left-hand driver organized vehicles. In right-hand drive-organized vehicles, it would opposite.
hard fault code What is a hard fault code?
You would need to remove the door panel, and them remove the splash shield from the door. Once your inside the door, you would need to unbolt the regulator from the door and also the window. An instructional video has also been included that will show you a step by step process on how to do this.
depends on if you have the Bose stereo if you do look under the rear dash in the trunk it would be there
no gas entering piston chambers or no spark in the spark plugs. I assume the starter is spinning the engine?
I would start by checking the fuse, the relay, and the connector on the blower itself.
The passenger can help the driver by doing things that would prevent the driver from taking their eyes off the road. The passenger can reply to text messages, find stations on the radio, set the GPS, or look at maps. They can also do things like keep an eye on exit numbers.
Probably a bad or mis-adjusted brake light switch
I'm not sure there is a formal answer from GM on this subject, but I would limit it to a small pop-up camper or a pair of snowmobiles.
We have a 1998 Intrigue and I can tell you why we were losing power and it was getting kinda' scary, although it would start right up again after I pulled over, put it in park and restarted it. We had an oil leak and it was dripping on to a sensor.
Your question is kind of vague, but I would follow this guide: http://redhouseon7th.com/redhouse/howto/2009OldsmobileWiperRepair/index.html as a start at least.
An artificial passenger (AP) is a device that would be used in a motor vehicle to make sure that the driver stays awake. IBM has developed a prototype that holds a conversation with a driver, telling jokes and asking questions intended to determine whether the driver can respond alertly enough. Assuming the IBM approach, an artificial passenger would use a microphone for the driver and a speech generator and the vehicle's audio speakers to converse with the driver. The conversation would be based on a personalized profile of the driver. A camera could be used to evaluate the driver's "facial state" and a voice analyzer to evaluate whether the driver was becoming drowsy. If a driver seemed to display too much fatigue, the artificial passenger might be programmed to open all the windows, sound a buzzer, increase background music volume, or even spray the driver with ice water.
Well, if I recommended one, it would be just one opinion. ;) To get the opinions of 200 actual owners, go to http://autos.msn.com/research/userreviews/reviewlist.aspx?modelid=9441
Only if the other driver was at fault. If the driver of the uninsured vehicle was at fault, the injured person would have to recover damages from them.
Probably, but the defense will argue that the passenger contributed to his injuries by not wearing the seat belt which the driver provided.
It's likely there is a leaky air duct at some point behind the dash. Here is the solution. Disconnect the negative terminal on the battery for a least five minutes. Open BOTH drivers and passenger FRONT doors and leave them open. Re-connect the negative battery cable. Shut doors and start the car. Your air should work fine. This ridiculous procedure re-sets the module that controls the A/C & heat distribution. Only GM engineers would come up with this one!!
the radio was either pulled out or the battery in the car was disconnected at some point you have to go to an Oldsmobile dealer if you do not have the unlock code they will be able to look up off the vin number and walk you through the steps to unlock it
Being named as an excluded driver means that you are not covered as the driver, and are not allowed to drive that vehicle. It doesn't mean that you can't be a passenger in the vehicle. If you were a passenger and were injured your injuries should still be covered under the insurance (whether or not the driver was your employer). If you were working at the time you may be eligible for workers compensation, also, but at the least your injuries should be covered.