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About Oldsmobile Toronado

Oldsmobile Toronado is a personal luxury vehicle manufactured by General Motors' brand Oldsmobile from 1965 to 1992. The first Oldsmobile Toronado was introduced in 1966 to compete with Ford Thunderbird and Buick Riviera. As the first U.S. - produced front-wheel drive automobile, Oldsmobile Toronado placed three in the 1966 European Car of the year and won the 1966 Motor Trend Car of the Year award. In all, it had been produced through four generations.
A substantially downsized Oldsmobile Toronado unveiled the third generation (1979-1985). There were several trim levels available for it such as base Toronado Brougham, XSC, and Caliente. Oldsmobile Toronado then was powered by novel and economical engines including a 4.1 L 125 hp Buick V6, a 5.0 L 140 hp V8, a 5.7 L 170 hp Oldsmobile V8 and a 5.7 L diesel V8. And these engines were mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission and a 4-speed automatic transmission. The fourth generation Oldsmobile Toronado (1986-1992) made its debut in 1985. It offered XS, XSR and trim levels carried over from previous generation. Powertrain options were a 3.8 L Buick V6 engine and a 3.8 L Buick 3800 V6 engine attached to a 4-spedd 4T60 automatic transmission and a 4-speed 4T60-E automatic transmission.

Oldsmobile Toronado Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Though Oldsmobile Toronado is a luxury vehicle with a long development history, it still could not withstand the wearing through driving. Once wearing starts, problems would come for it as well. For example:
First, engine performance reduced. According to Oldsmobile Toronado owners, oil pressure decreased substantially, engine operation temperature became higher, which could also be caused by leaking coolant. At the same time, hydraulic lifters as well as valve-train always gave out unusual noises. So did the oil pump. Once any above signs appear on your Toronado, coolant reservoir and oil pump need to be inspected thoroughly.
Second, braking and electrical issues. Braking should never get ignored as it is often a lifesaver. However, on Oldsmobile Toronado, drivers found that the rear brakes sometimes were locked up, especially on wet surface. This symptom should be attributed to a broken brake proportioning valve. As for electrical issue, it often shows as seat could not move or move slowly. You can try checking if your Toronado seat switch is failing.
Moreover, your Oldsmobile Toronado should get maintained really well to enjoy a long lifespan. In this way, seat belt, headlight, windshield wiper or wiper blade, fog light bulb and cabin air filter and so on are some auto parts you need to pay extra attention as they are vulnerable parts in Toronado.
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