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In Forum: Oldsmobile

The line after the orifice tube is getting very cold and the 2 hoses that go into the car are also very cold. The smaller of the 2 (the 1 after the orifice tube is noticeably colder.) My buddy thinks there is no exchange between the vapor and liquid. Which would mean the accumulator is bad correct?

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Coolant temp is normal. Vacuum lines are a possibility because of the amount of time the car sat in the weather.

In Forum: Dodge And Chrysler

@grafhick, have you scanned for the codes? Have you checked the coil output?

In Forum: Buick

getting a reman defective pump is not uncommon. Do you know if you got a new or a remanufactured pump? The remote reservoir could have a screen that is getting clogged too. The control valve in the power steering rack could also be a problem. Without testing the actual power steering pressure you're going to be replacing parts until you finally see the results you desire. are there any othe

In Forum: Chevy Silverado

okay, since you have full battery voltage from the battery cable to the fuse box under the hood, we should start from there. check the Ignition B fuse (IGN B, 40 amp). that fuse that supplies battery voltage to the run and start part of the ignition switch. check ignition A fuse (IGN A 40, amp) that supplies the power to the start part of the ignition switch. If the fuses has battery power on

In Forum: Pontiac Grand Prix

check your low beam fuses for power when you have the headlight switch on low beams. Both the low beam fuses are located in the underhood fuse box on the right strut tower. If they have power then check your headlight bulbs and/or grounds for the headlights. If they both don't have power you may have a bad low beam relay. (HDM module/relay) your headlight switch does not go to your headlights.

In Forum: Oldsmobile

I own a 2001 Oldsmobile Alero 3.4L and I am having a very strange A/C problem. I recharged the A/C and now the compressor turns on but there is no cold air out of any of the vents in any position (front, feet, defrost, etc.) The Heater works great though. Checked all fuses. I'm just absolutely stumped on this 1. Any help would be greatly appreciated


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