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About Oldsmobile Alero

Oldsmobile Alero is a mid-size family vehicle manufactured by General Motors' brand Oldsmobile from 1998 to 2004. The first Oldsmobile Alero was introduced in spring 1998 as a 1999 model to replace the entry-level Oldsmobile Achieva and Oldsmobile Cutlass. It was Oldsmobile's last compact vehicle as well as the last vehicle sold under the brand as Oldsmobile brand was dropped in 2004.
The Oldsmobile Alero was available in coupe or sedan body style and offered four different trim levels such as base GX, mid-level GL (GL1, GL2, GL3), and high-end GLS as well as a special Final 500 edition. From 2002 to 2004, Oldsmobile Alero was powered by a 2.2 L 140 hp Ecotec L61 inline 4-cylinder engine with 150 lb of torque and from 1999 to 2001, it got power from a 2.4 L 150 hp LD9 inline 4-cylinder engine with 155 lb of torque. While from 1999 to 2004, Oldsmobile Alero was equipped with a 3.4 L 170 hp LA1 V6 engine with 200 lb of torque. Available transmissions were a 5-speed Getrag F23 manual transmission and a 4-speed 4T40-E automatic transmission as well as a 4-speed 4T45-E automatic transmission.

Oldsmobile Alero Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As a family vehicle, Oldsmobile Alero is not only used for commuting but also traveling. So some problems would pop out if they are driven for too long. Here are two common problems according to Oldsmobile Alero owners:
First, turn over but the vehicle won't start. Actually, this problem has relation with the engine. Besides difficulty start condition appeared on Oldsmobile Alero, engine misfiring, loss power of acceleration and poor fuel efficiency would also happen. If you could hear a whining noise while driving or the Check Engine Light is illuminated, you are advised to check the spark plug, fuel pump, ignition coil and oil filter.
Second, cooling system went wild. General speaking, cooling system issue would have a bad influence on engine's lifespan. Oldsmobile Alero owners said that they had to add coolant frequently as the Low Coolant Light would come on to warn them. They also could find leaking coolant and a rough overheating engine. If your Oldsmobile Alero is suffering from the similar symptoms, you had better get the cooling hose, radiator hose, coolant reservoir checked.
You may think emblem on your Oldsmobile Alero is useless, but it is not. Actually, emblem is the signal and identity of your vehicle. And some other unimpressive but useful auto parts such as seat belt, windshield wiper or wiper blade and cabin air filter and so on all should get your meticulous maintenance.
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