My problem is my fuel pump won't always turn on but it I slightly hit my dash it fixes it. When you quickly move the drain bolt to the side, the oil will not drop straight down- the hole points toward the rear of the car, so it will fountain in that direction. My car: 2003 alero gl2 v6 3, 4L stock tranny stock everything. The left front door body side was falling, the solder joints in the hazard warning flasher switch may crack, the coolant light had come on, there was an erratic sound when the ignition was first turned on, the driver window had a water leak, the left power window won't seal, the regulator was broken, and the key would get stuck in the ignition intermittently due to binding cylinder lock. The vehicle was then taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the body control module and battery were defective and needed to be replaced. I popped the rear tan plastic piece off of the ignition switch to find contacts that were scorched and electrical smoke soot all over the plastics. Also the alternator went out, wheels and tires were replaced due to the air pressure light illuminating, a front wheel alignment was performed, battery light and abs light was coming on.
This usually occurs after the car has been driven and is warm. Alright- first of all, this only applies to the 2. I have had it looked at and he put a new fuel pump on it, then it did it again and the next time he firxed it by reseting the computer but it did last. I see why Oldsmobile is going out of business. The dealer covered the cost of the first repair and the contact paid for the last two repairs.
Here's the problem, the battery's voltage drops while the cars is running. The dealer refused to cooperate. Started next morning and had it towed to repair shop and it would not start intermittently. The approximate failure mileage was 162,000. Then on on each of these then pull entire headlight assembly forward, you may have to wiggle to get free. Also, check the tension of your belts to make sure the alternator is spinning while the engine runs.
You might … want to consult a Mechanic. If you can move the ignition towards the front of the car, you have all of them. First was the starter, egnition switch, fuel pump, and now this. With the engine running and the tranny hot remove the bolt. I could smell something burning, I put the hood back down and asked the bank teller to call 911.
Have you had any compaints like this?. The failure mileage was 127,000. The failure recurred on multiple occasions, the vehicle was repaired yesterday and the vehicle completely shut off twice, it took almost an hour to restart the vehicle. When you have the bulb out very carefully push up on the tab on the headlight connector while pulling the connector from the bulb assembly. It is a small hole so look carefully. The failure occurred over ten times. I don't even know if they are related, I just know they all happen at the same time.
The parking lights stay on, forcing me to have to disconnect the battery every time I leave the car for extended periods of time. Also, … remove the harness that is connected to your trip reset button by using a small flat head and lightly prying up on the U piece of plastic which locks it in place. Sometimes when I go to put turn signal on, it won't work. My battery light came on for a few seconds and went away, time and time again, until one day it came on and never went away. It would feel stuck and took some wiggling and shaking in order to start the vehicle. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair.
The interior leather curled up on the dash, which I notice on many other Alero's I've seen. The vehicle was diagnosed and needed to have the pass lock assembly and the lock cylinder replaced. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. While driving at various speeds, the vehicle stalled without warning. Turn ignition key to the on position with engine off. Warm the engine for about 4 minutes, idling. The contact stated that the failure would occur sporadically and oftentimes, the vehicle would restart immediately and other times it would not.
If you get used motor oil on your skin, wipe it immediately, and wash the area with Dawn as soon as possible. The approximate failure mileage was 113,000. The vehicle was not repaired. Next disconnect both wiring harnesses by once again pressing in the tab with the small screwdriver. After the repair, the contact was provided with a recall replacement key that was different from the factory key provided at the time of purchase.