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How to disable security system ?
Sir/Ma'am I don't mean to come off as an a'hole but you might seriously think about getting rid of that car for your own safety and that of anyone who rides in it with you if you can afford to. The most dangerous car GM EVER produced! There are so many defects with that vehicle that GM paid out BILLIONS that resulted from the lawsuits over that and other similar Oldsmobile products. I owned a 2002 and was nearly killed after hitting a "not so deep" pothole which ripped the steering rack right off the frame at the factory welds! I know it is an expensive venture to disable the security feature "which causes engines to just randomly shut off" WHILE DRIVING at highway speeds. Something else to consider if you have a family.
Whatever you do I wish you well.
on Aug 14, 2014
Danger! Always connect the charge fitting to the low side of the system and use the proper refrigerant. All low side fittings have been the same since around 1993. It looks like you are trying to apply the charge to the high side of the system. THIS CAN CAUSE THE CAN TO EXPLODE. Find the low side charge fitting. The low side will have a wider hose or tubing. A 134A charge kit will have the proper fitting to fit your car. The fitting might be hidden but when you find it the charge connector will fit on it.I recommend you use a charge kit with a pressure gauge. On a hot day it should read about 30-40 psi
on Aug 06, 2014
Where is the oil filter on 02 alero 2.2 automatic
The one that doesn't make sense, is called a canister filter
If you go to your windshield or registration & look at the
8th digit,it will be a Letter.
That is your VIN# your looking at & the letter is your engine code
You go to Wix Filters.Com & find what I believe is the canister
filter,not the metal screw on ,your familar with
Under that cap you found on top of the engine is the filter
You will need an extension & a good size metric socket
If you need the size I can check my tools or catalog for you
on Jun 29, 2014
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