Question about 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora
We have an aurora 95 and were having some issues with the battery being drainded. Then one morning (it was well below freezing) i went to start it and the check engine light came on after i went to put in into reverse. There was a loud clunk and... that is where it sat till later when it warmed up. then we tried again. the clunk was still there but it drove fine. the transmission fluid was very low and has been filled but it still clunks. We were told that the cv joints were going bad. and i knew what that soudned like. It makes a louder clunk in reverse than when it is put into drive.
Make turn left noise will be on right, turn right noise will be on left this is CV joints.Make donuts.
Posted on Apr 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Try disconnecting the electrical connector at the transmission and see if it stall when you put it in gear. You will get a service engine light, but not to worry, it will go back out once you reconnect.
By disconnecting the wire connector we can tell if it is transmission related.
Good luck, let me know.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
sorry tac22,you don't. there is no dip stick .apparently,they don't want (or need)us bothering with that! i asked my dealer the same question and he said i didn't need to worry about the trans fluid. if you have transmission problems then have a "qualified technician"service it,but apparently,it is "maintainance-free". hope that helps!
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: CV joint noise
this sounds like a normal condition. sorry i cant give a real great technical explanation why, but it is. are you jacking up one side of the vehicle only? you will find that if both wheels are off the ground or if one is still on the ground, it will act completely different. just the way the final drive is set up.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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