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Oldsmobile has seamlessly blended innovation and design well over 100 years. Iconic Oldsmobile models like the Rocket 88 and Cutlass 442 embodied its spirit of ingenuity, when the brand introduced industry firsts like the speedometer and water injection systems in the Oldsmobile F-85 Jetfire. Known for vehicles such as the highly esteemed Cutlass series, Oldsmobile 442, the pioneering Alero, or the family friendly family Cruisers, Oldsmobile vehicles, Oldsmobile parts have long balanced technical prowess with popular appeal.

In more recent years, the Oldsmobile Alero has stood out, as a sporty compact sedan and coupe. The Alero showcased a blend of spirited performance and accessible luxury, for drivers at an attractive cost. Designed with sleek lines and rendering a commendable driving experience it sought to meld the brand's rich legacy with modern aesthetics and performance. The Alero, The Bravada, The Aurora, Jetstar, Cruisers, 88's, 442's and Omega models, along with classics such as the esteemed Cutlass series have resonated until today as an enduring symbol of Oldsmobile's tireless pursuit of innovation.

Oldsmobile models such as the Bravada SUV, Alero Compact Car, and Intrigue midsize sedans all utilized GM powertrains, these well known parts served to not only enhance Oldsmobile's dependability and reliability, but also deliver drivers a well tested powertrains to its drivers, with a wide range of V6 and V8 engines, coupled with Oldsmobile parts like automatic, or manual transmissions. The 2004 Bravada was powered by a 4.2L inline-6 engine that output 275 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque, paired with its 4-speed automatic transmission. The compact and stylish Alero was available as either a 2.2L 4-Cylinder or a 3.4 V6, depending on the trim and preference. Technical features of these powertrains included innovations of their time such as electronic throttle control and variable valve timing in some models. Oldsmobile owners around the world are still thrilled today with their long lasting, durable, powerful, and reliable Oldsmobiles that have stood the test of time.

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Oldsmobile Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to replace a dimmer switch on a steering column for Buick Skylark,Oldsmobile Omega and Pontiac Phoenix?
    A: Disconnect the negative battery terminal. Remove the steering column trim cover from the underside of the dash. Disconnect the turn signal switch lead and windshield wiper switch lead extending from the steering column from the wiring harness. Disconnect the back-up light switch lead from its switch. Disconnect the shift indicator cable by prying the clip from the shift bowl. Remove the 3 bolts and 1 nut that secure the steering column to its support and lower the column. Be careful not to damage the shift cable or remaining electrical harnesses. Disconnect the wiring lead from the dimmer switch. To remove the dimmer switch, remove the nut from the forward end of the dimmer switch bracket and the screw from the rear end that secures the switch to the column. Place the new dimmer switch in position, taking care to line it up with the actuator rod. Pull the turn signal/dimmer lever forward and push the dimmer switch toward the steering wheel until it clicks. Then back it off about 3/16-in (5 mm) to allow for play and tighten it down. Connect the wiring lead to the dimmer switch. Complete the installation by reversing the removal procedure described in paragraphs 1 through 6. Note: When reattaching the shift indicator cable clip to the shift bowl, place the shift lever in the 'Neutral' position, then position the clip on the edge of the bowl so that the shift indicator pointer is pointing to the 'N'. Push the clip onto the bowl to secure it.
  • Q: How to service front wheel bearings for Oldsmobile Cutlass?
    A: In most cases, the front wheel bearings will not need servicing until the brake pads are changed. However, these bearings should be checked whenever the front wheels are raised for any reason. With the vehicle securely supported on jack stands, spin the wheel and check for noise, rolling resistance, or free play. Now grab the top of the tire with one hand and the bottom of the tire with the other. Move the tire in and out on the spindle. If it moves more than 0.005in, the bearings should be checked, then repacked with grease or replaced if necessary. To remove the bearings for replacing or repacking, begin by removing the hubcap and wheel. Using an Allen wrench of the proper size, remove the two bolts which secure the disc brake caliper to its support. Fabricate a wood block which will be slid between the brake pads to keep them separated. Carefully slide the caliper off the disc and insert the wood block between the pads. Use wire to hang the caliper assembly out of the way. Be careful not to kink or damage the brake hose. Pry the hub grease cap off the hub using a screwdriver. Use needle-nose pliers to straighten the bent ends of the cotter pin and then pull the cotter pin out of the locking nut. Discard the cotter pin, as a new one should be used on reassembly. Remove the spindle nut and its washer from the end of the spindle. Pull the hub assembly outward slightly and then push it back into its original position. This should force the outer bearing off the spindle enough so that it can be removed with your fingers. Remove the outer bearing, noting how it is installed on the end of the spindle. Now the hub assembly can be pulled off the spindle. On the rear side of the hub, use a screwdriver to pry out the inner bearing lip seal. As this is done, note the direction in which the seal is installed. The inner bearing can now be removed from the hub, again noting how it is installed. Use clean parts solvent to remove all traces of the old grease from the bearings, hub, and spindle. A small brush may prove useful; however, make sure no bristles from the brush embed themselves inside the bearing rollers. Allow the parts to air dry. Carefully inspect the bearings for cracks, heat discoloration, bent rollers, etc. Check the bearing races inside the hub for cracks, scoring, or uneven surfaces.