Question about 2003 Oldsmobile Silhouette
Rain water is leaking in through the back interior light that shines onto the back hatch area through the back light rubber housing for the lights. there are two of these on the top side when you open that back hatch and it looks like one of them is leaking. Do I need to replace the component that goes over the hole or use some type of sealer around the hole?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Door Ajar Warning Light Stays On
Our Ford Expedition & an Olds Silhouette Premier & both did the same thing. Someone online said to spray the inside door where the metal connects with the frame & sensors are there with WD-40. We did & it fixed the problem. Maybe this will work for yours.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
Look around the sides of the motor. Aleros are famous for faulty pan gaskets. Ours has been in the shop twice for this. If the mechanic doesn't get it put in just right it will continue to leak.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
HVAC drain tube was blocked and condensation could not drain to the outside of the vehicle
as a result the water pooled inside the HVAC case leaking on the inside and killing your blower motor and probably blower motor resistor
clear the drain, replace the blower and resistor and you'll be back in business
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
SOURCE: Ice storm caused the doors
ok open the door and look at the latch now while you are looking at it pull the handle as if you were going to open the door the latch should move if it doesnt it is stuck all you have to do is take a screw driver or something and manually move the latch and free it up hope this helps and next time youre doors freeze shut try a warm water in a bucket pour on all edge of door and it should open a lot easier good luck
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
Replace fuse under the back seat. Look in your manual, look in the fuse section and it will tell you which fuse it is exactly
Posted on Nov 06, 2011
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