If you mean a GM vehicle that was built during the transition from OBD1 to OBD2, the answer is if it has a OBD port a scanner will work. GM MDI Tech 3 Interface is Dealer Level Diagnostic Tool for Multiple Brand vehicle: GM, Opel, Chevrolet, Saab from vipprogrammer.com
Barr's, tablet form. That's what I heard. The stuff does work well.
New stuff? Old stuff? Cars? Trucks? Don't matter to me, GM always seemed to be easier to repair.
Urea -> 25-30 gm ammonia -> 0.7 gm
Yes the alero does have abs it was and still is standard in GM passenger cars. Now that we cleared that up the light is on because there is a problem with the abs unit usually this is caused by someone not familier with newer cars changeing brakes and simply prying open the calipers without opening the bleeders. If this has been done the abs unit is destroyed and needs replaced. Also there is a rotation scenser at each wheel and on or all could be damaged such as the wires have been cut in some way or the scenser is bad.
GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches
GM cars do not have inertia/reset switches.
Use 5W-30. It is the recommended weight by GM.
Gm does not use inertia/reset switches.
according to my gm dealer it does not. The passlock system is in the ignition cylinder
Oldsmobile stopped making Alero in 2004 and GM stopped making Oldsmobile in 2004, so some mistake here?
The speed should read fine with a GM speedometer, as the 110 and 150 are calibrated to go into the same cars with the same transmissions.
Gm vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches.
GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset buttons
There is a major malfunction in the speedometers of trailblazers. GM seems to have recalled many GM auto's with this issue just not the tralblazer.
See your local GM dealer for a reman swap.