Question about 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora
Why did you change the coils ??????? Do you know how to test electrical circuits with a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter ? Check for B+ voltage at the ignition module ,connector 2 pin C this is a pink wire . Check for a good ground at connector 2 pin A ,black with white stripe . Plus watch as many videos from this guy as you can on GM igntion systems .Your vehicle has two crankshaft position sensors .
GM Bypass Ignition System Operation part 1
Posted on May 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
internet is best place to get one. try ebay.... i had trouble finding one searched every auto store for miles. but i got one online. it covers all general info and much more. here is the link @ ebay. a little expensive but worth it... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1995-Oldsmobile-Aurora-Buick-Riviera-Service-Manual_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trkparmsZ72Q3a1205Q7c66Q3a2Q7c65Q3a12Q7c39Q3a1Q7c240Q3a1318Q7c301Q3a0Q7c293Q3a1Q7c294Q3a50QQ_trksidZp3286Q2ec0Q2em14QQhashZitem390014886218QQitemZ390014886218QQptZMotorsQ5fManualsQ5fLiterature
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
could it be the A/C pump kicking in. might be boging down the motor or electrical circuit, not letting the injectors get enough power. This could happen if the bearings are going bad in th A/C pump or there is a short in it. Just an idea. sounds like you have done the main components.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Hi, here is a step by step guide that will help you with the replacement of your fuel filter.
Step1 Put on your protective glasses and gather your tools. An assortment of wrenches and screwdrivers are necessary. The ones you use will depend upon the vehicle. Step2 Elevate the vehicle. This can be done by using a jack and jack stands, or drive-up ramps. Do not rely solely on a single jack, as this is very dangerous. Step3 Find the fuel filter. The location varies from vehicle to vehicle. It’s a safe bet to start your search near the fuel tank under the body. You can also reference your owner’s manual or call your local dealership. Step4 Remove the protective covering that guards the fuel filter. Most filters have some kind of plastic covering over them to prevent damage, and can be removed by a common wrench, hex wrench, or screwdriver. Step5 Remove the fuel lines attached to the fuel filter. There are a number of ways these hoses might be linked to the pump, such as links, brackets or clips. Use either a screwdriver or wrench, whichever the attachments require. Step6 Cap the fuel lines with a pencil or golf tee, and keep them tilted toward the drainage canister. Step7 Remove the fuel filter from the assembly, noting which way it was oriented. An arrow will likely be on the filter. It should be pointed toward the engine, and away from the fuel tank. Step8 Install you new fuel filter. Be sure that it is oriented so the fuel arrow points toward the engine. Step9 Reattach the hoses and guard.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
You can buy a replacement ambient air temp sensor at an auto parts store for about $10. Its as simple to change as a light bulb and can be found behind your front bumper at the base of the radiator.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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