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electrical problem with my olds aurora lights flicker and clicking sound

I hear a clicking sound, parking lights and instrument panel lights flicker like its a short when the key is not in the ignition

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you need to replace the light switch. It is shorting in the mechanism itself not the wiring. I had the same issue. Just another GM engineering blunder

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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how to remove a door panel to an oldsmobile aurora

how to remove a door panel to an oldsmobile aurora

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remove the two screws at the bottom of the door panel, and remove the plug around the door lever and remove the screw. Now lift up on the door panel. it needs to come up about an inch before you can pull it off, you will need to pull the insert out around the lever and pull the lever to get the door panel to clear.

Posted on Jul 18, 2010

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CANT FIND WHERE THE SPEED SENSOR IS NO MY 1995

CANT FIND WHERE THE SPEED SENSOR IS NO MY 1995 OLDSMOBILE AURORA

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hi , their is two different speed sensors on your vehicle one is the input speed sensor which is inside the transmission and the transmission will have to be removed to replace it the other one s the output speed sensor is located directly above the passenger side trans-axle shaft. your input sensor is the sensor which tells the transmission when to shift and the output speed sensor tells the speedometer what it should display and both those parts are fairly cheap they are around 15-25 dollars but just remember if your input speed sensor is bad it is gonna cost you a minimum of 1000 dollars to have a mechanic fix as the transmission needs to be removed hope this is what you needed

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

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1995 Oldsmobile Aurora Oil Pan Leak

Can you stop a oil pan leak with bars engine oil leak fluild

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yes and no, i wouldnt recomend it with aurora.. i had same leak from the oil pan and put in the bars and it stopped the leak for a couple weeks. after that it leaked the same as before. i would never use it again on any of my cars.. i had a friend put in new pan gasket and it stopped the leak... i believe this is pretty common with the aurora...is it 95?

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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Ignition Control Module Test

Is there some way to test the ignition control module? I already called Napa, PepBoys, Autozone, and Kragen. Only Autozone does these kinda of tests, but they do not have the proper schematic. Is there another way to test if it is functioning or not?

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Idle / surging comes from the intake to throttle body rubber connection

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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Need the belt diagram for the water pump belt for a 95 Auroa

Iv'e looked under the hood and all and there are no diagrams there i need the diagram for the water pump belt, <Northstar> engine if anyone can assist me with this would be great and also with a regualr GM puller will it take the pully off the cam shaft?

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42161874BELT, REPLACE

  1. Release belt tension and remove belt from power steering and alternator pulleys. Twist belt to get between tensioner and front cover and between power steering pulley and engine mount bracket.
  2. Raise and support vehicle.
  3. Turn wheel to the extreme right and remove right side splash shield.
  4. Remove belt from crankshaft and A/C compressor pulleys. Twist belt to get between idler pulley and engine mount bracket.
  5. Lower vehicle.
  6. Twisting new belt to get past the front cover, install belt around power steering pump pulley, Fig. 15. Allow belt to hang free.
  7. Twist belt to get between tensioner and front cover, wrap belt around alternator.
  8. Remove belt from power steering pulley and set aside.
  9. Raise and support vehicle, then twist belt to get between tensioner and front cover, wrap belt around crankshaft and A/C compressor pulleys.
  10. Install right side splash shield and lower vehicle.
  11. Position belt around power steering pulley and release tensioner.

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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where is the idle air control valve located

where is the idle air control valve located

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ti is located at the side of the throttle body. It should have two screws holding it in place. its either black or silver. you can remove it and try cleaning the carbon off of it. also try cleaning the inside of your throttle body with break clean or carb cleaner.

Posted on Mar 14, 2010

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My battery drains overnight

I have a 1991 mazda rx7 and the battery keeps draining overnight. i thought the alternator was not charging it enough so i got a new one and replaced it but still the same thing and i have done this with two brand new batteries so im just not sure where else to look... and i know that no other lights or switches are left on so i am stuck please help... my 1995 oldsmobile aurora keep draining all the batteries that i put in the car....i thought it was the alternator so i bought a brand new one and the same problem still acures. I have a CD player and a system connected so i thought maybe the they weren't connected right so i disconnected them but the problem is still happening

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Connect a 12 volt DC test light between battery cable & post on positive terminal.(remove terminal) (inline) When that light is on, there is a draw. Radio memory, alarm/antitheft systems, etc will cause a draw, so make notes & pull them first. Light will be dull on low draw, bright on high draw. Watch light closely & start pulling fuses, when you see it dim down,or go off you;ve found a draw. If no change, put it back in & continue. I usually start with the suspected draw spots like listed above, and accessories fuses.(like a cigarette lighter stuck in.) If all else fails, I've had to remove all the fuses then start replacing one at a time, until light gets bright, to point me in direction of major draw. Don't be proud, if you don't think it's labeled well enough for you to remember where they all go, make your own drawing & notes. Keep me posted of your progress.

Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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1995 olds aurora won't start

turn key, all interior lights come on (so I know it's not the battery) but my car will not start. I replaced the starter about 2 years ago. How can I find out what the problem is?

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if the starter does not try to crank the engine when you turn the key, a pretty reliable trick is to lightly tap on the body of the starter a few times and then attempt to start the car. If it then starts, your starter is bad. hopefully you've got a warranty on the starter.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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cd player

Cd player not functioning properly. when cd is inserted there is a clicking noise and then a coed appeares (e 2).Help!!

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the clicking noise is most likely the laser trying to focus on the disk, make sure the cd is clean and if thats not the case clean the cdrom player with a cd player cleaner

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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