It seems that they most problems with the 93' Oldsmobile cutlass supreme would be the engine and the break. Those seem to go out the most on this car.
The master cylinder contains the reservoir for the brake fluid. This is where you would add it on an 1990 Cutlass Supreme.
Try changing the fuel filter and the map sensor.
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more than likely you have a blown fuse in the fusebox for the power windows.
What would make a 1899 oldsmobile cutlass ciera start and then die right away?
With the key, there is no trunk release inside the car. You use the same key you would use to open the door to open the trunk.
Yes, if the blower isn't working. If it turns out to be the fuse, and it blows again, you probably have a bad blower motor.
You Don`t Need The Special Ones On This Car. Just Use The Green Color Regular One.
Because its a POS.. j/k could be a bad fuse/relay or the motor is bad. but serious its a POS..
There is a fuel cut-off switch under the hood that needs to be reset. Should be on the left side near the back.
In 67 Buick didn't have a 350. It would have been a 340 or a 300 possibly a 400.
1992 olds cutlass supremes do not have MAF sensors. the 3100's had them, and there were a few of them in the early years that didn't have them as well. the only sensor you will have before your throttle body would be the IAT sensor in the air filter box or plumbing.....
Probably because you need to check the engine.
Sometimes the Cutlass sedan and the Delta 88 would share the same wheel design.
there is not a specific torque for the idler pully. tighten it up with a ratchet and it will not loosen up
Best guess without actually touching the vehicle would be the voltage regulator. on most cars this is part of the alternator. I would start by checking the voltage on the battery while the car is idling and while running ~2000 rpm
you would use 5W-30W have the same car
It is incorperated with the PRNDL switch on the trans.
cracked or broken wiring, blown fuse
It could be a few things hub bearings, brakes, ball joints or possibly the CV axle. I would have it checked and then fix the problem at home if it is within your ability.
1 or 2 inch lift