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1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Engine Crankshaft Seal Mahle

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1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor ACDelco

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1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Engine Oil Filter ACDelco

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1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Spark Plug ACDelco

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1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Ignition Coil ACDelco

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1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Ignition Coil ACDelco

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1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Ignition Coil ACDelco

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1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Fuel Filter ACDelco

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Car Shakes badly!!

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Question From devinvogel09 on Car Shakes badly!!

Hi, I have a 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais with a 2.3L 4 cyclinder and about 64,000 miles. about a month ago the car started shaking really bad and had no acceleration. And then i was driving and it started shaking really bad so i slowed down and then it just shut of. So i ran the codes and it said it was the OXYGEN SENSOR. So i replaced that and it still shakes. So then someone told be to replace all the spark plugs cause maybe it was miss firing so i did that . But today it started shaking and had no accleration and shut off completly again. I have no idea what is the matter. PLEASE HELP!!!!!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

devin; Pull codes again and post them here. The 2.3's have a problem with the coil cover, which is the large cover that you remove to gain access to the spark plugs. But, don't want to jump to that conclusion without some diagnosing. Could also be an injector problem, or just about anything, at this point.

Shaking and No Accleration!!!

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Question From devinvogel09 on Shaking and No Accleration!!!

Hi, I have a 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais with a 2.3L 4 cyclinder and about 64,000 miles. about a month ago the car started shaking really bad and had no acceleration. And then i was driving and it started shaking really bad so i slowed down and then it just shut of. So i ran the codes and it said it was the OXYGEN SENSOR. So i replaced that and it still shakes. So then someone told be to replace all the spark plugs cause maybe it was miss firing so i did that . But today it started shaking and had no acceleration and shut off completly again. I have no idea what is the matter. PLEASE HELP!!!!!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

What code did you get when you scanned it? How did the spark plugs look when you replaced them? When you get a trouble code, all that tells you is that there is a problem in that particular area, not that the actual part is bad. Double check your firing order to make sure you don't have a couple of plug wires crossed. Doubt it, but worth a check. I know I'm jumping to conclusions here, but it sounds like it may be over fueling.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Ok: A 4 cyl missing on one will feel like 1/2 and run like crap of course. It may be random or picking on one cylinder. Can you tell? Do you recall what the plugs looked like that came out and if one was different or all about the same?

If you think it's just one you'll feel it at the tailpipe as a single putt if it will stay idling long enough to check. Random feels random at the pipe also - simple low tech way to tell.

I will help a lot to be quick to diagnose and fix this asap to prevent damage or further damage to o2 sensors or converter.

If you think it's just one try cancelling plugs one at a time by pulling plug wire and grounding it. THE one if only one won't change the character so work on that.

You didn't mention wires (plug) which should be replaced by now also and could be the whole issue.

See what more you can nail down for a diag and let's go from there,


T

1991 calais radiator fan always running

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Question From great z on 1991 calais radiator fan always running

1991 oldsmobile cutlass calais 2.3 quad 4 ..... radiator fan is running as soon as engine starts hot or cold. replaced coolant temp. sensor and relay on firewall. when I checked codes originally had code 13 temp sensor 14 0xygen sensor and code 41 mem-cal or ecm error. replaced coolant sensor and code 13 is gone but fan is still running....funny thing happens when I connect jumper to A-B leads for diagnostic codes and turn key on the fan starts running????. looking at haynes wiring diagram it shows coolant sensor and coolant temp switch, coolant sensor has black and yellow wires which is the sensor I replaced coolant temp switch is dark green/wht single wire and I located that wire out of harness laying next to coolant sensor not attached to anything!! no switch or sensor around to plug into, is this right ? also this car does not have a temp gauge on dash just a dummy light for temp. very confused ... ecm problem or ? thanx also a/c is not on causing fan operation

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

The actual CTS has yellow and black wires. You're going to need a professional scan tool to determine what's going on that is causing the fan to run. Someone could have modified the wiring previously too. Make sure the A/C isn't running because that would cause it to run also.

Response From great z

thanks hammer time for your response, yes I did forget to mention a/c is not on because that will engage coolant fan to run so I'm guessing that the trouble code diagnostic feature is just a starting point... thanx again

Response From Discretesignals

If you have a volt meter, you can check the CTS voltage while the coolant is warming up at the sensor itself. The sensor's resistance goes down as the coolant temperature increases. If the circuit is open or has a fault, the ECM will turn the fan on by default. Inspect the coolant fan wiring and relay as HT stated. A lot of times people bypass the control side or wire the fan directly to ignition power when the fan relay driver burns out in the ECM.

Response From Hammer Time

Before you start testing sensors, I thin k you need to narrow things down a little first by finding out what temp the computer sees and whether it is the one putting the fan on or not. Then you will have an idea where you should be looking.

Response From great z

thanks again I now have a starting point and will follow up with results

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, it is. Now you have to use a scan tool to access the data and find out if the computer is commanding it on or not and maybe you can see why.

Shaking and No accleration at times!

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Question From devinvogel09 on Shaking and No accleration at times!

Hi, I have a 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais with a 2.3L 4 cyclinder and about 64,000 miles. about a month ago the car started shaking really bad and had no acceleration. And then i was driving and it started shaking really bad so i slowed down and then it just shut of. So i ran the codes and it said it was the OXYGEN SENSOR. So i replaced that and it still shakes. So then someone told be to replace all the spark plugs cause maybe it was miss firing so i did that . But today it started shaking and had no acceleration and shut off completely again. It doesn't always shake. It seems that about every other time i start the car it shakes and has no acceleration. But if it is shaking and i hammer the gas pedal and sometimes comes out of the shaking and acceleration problem. Could it possibly be some kind of electrical problem?? Timing?? Any input would be very helpful. Please help!!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Devin; Referencing your nearly identical post of Feb.14th; Have you checked the firing order to make sure that you didn't get a couple of plug wires crossed? You noted that if you 'hammer' the throttle it will sometimes, come out of the shaking and accel problem. If this is the case, the wires are probably correctly connected, but one or more could be bad. Also, could be a coil problem. Also, could be an injector problem. Get the picture? You need to get this diagnosed. You can buy a spark tester and start checking each, individual coil/wire, but the problem is going to have to be there to find it that way. You can buy/borrow/rent an ohmmeter and check resistance in the wires and primary windings in each coil. Or, pay a shop to diagnose it for you. You can still do the repairs yourself, once it is diagnosed. You may want to go back and review the posts and replies from Feb. 14 and Mar. 1.