Question: How To Bleed Cooling System 2003 Buick Rendezvous

How Do You Change A Thermostat On A 2003 Buick Rendezvous

This one seems a little tricky to me just wondering if anybody had any advice or a link with some diagrams. Thanks. ...

Problems On The Cooling Fan Relay Switch

I would like to were is the location of the cooling fan relay switch for a 1987 Buick Lesabre?After the car is turned of the cooling fan stays on and it runs my battery down.Sometimes I have to disconnect the connector in order for it to turn it off,can anyone tell me what the problem is ...

The Cooling Fans and Cooling Fan Motor Relay in VW Beetle

Mechanic told us yesterday that both cooling vans were not working in 2003 VW beetle. My husband is pretty good with fixing stuff like this- Can anyone tell me where the cooling fan motor relays are located? Has anyone else repaired this themselves? ...

My Oldsmobile Cutlass Brake System Turn to Normal

A few days ago I had to change the left rear caliper on my '95 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme using a Murray's refurbished replacement. After replacing it I used one of those one-man bleed kits to bleed the two rear calipers. When done I took her out for a test drive but noticed the brakes felt spongy and weak; the pedal seemed to have too much play. Well of course I figured there was still air left in the lines and I'd have ...

Squishy Brakes After Bleed Nissan Altima

I have a 2004 Nissan Altima 4 cyl. Recently I have changed out the brake pads and rotor due to some sqeeks. While I was at it, I changed out the rear calipers too. Hey why not bleed it out since it is 60,000 miles? So we did that too. (all at once). We bleed it out at least 5 times. First we did it, RR,LR,RF,LF. (this car does not have ABS neither any sensors). Then we started doing RR,LF,LR,RF. ...

Would It Cause Problems If I Completely Remove A Thermostat From The Cooling System

I want to have a continuous flow of coolant in my cooling system just wandering if it'll cause or something if it's removed. I've had problems with the cooling system and I'm 100% sure it has something to do with the thermostat. ...

Will Filling My Car’s Cooling System With Used Motor Oil Really Remove The Cooling System’s Accumulated Rust

An older friend of mine told me today that filling my cooling system with used motor oil after draining all the water will remove any accumulated rust in the system and allow my engine to run cooler. Any one know any thing about this or is my buddy just pulling my leg? ...

Aftermarket Rims……..

Hello, Everyone _______________________________________________________________________ I have a 1998 Buick Skylark, i cant find aftermarket rims for them but the 2003 sunfire, has the same bolt pattern= 5X100 lug size 12mm X 1.5 center bore 57.1 and i want to know if they would fit on my buick skylark im kind of new to the rim stuff so if anyone could help, me Any advice would be great Thanks so ...

What Can Be The Cause For Having Oil In Engine Coolant ’96 Buick Century

I test-drove a '96 Buick Century (3.1L engine) today, and it seemed like a pretty good car. Drove nice, no shaking, noises or smells. Seemed like a good car till I looked under the hood. It looked fine at first, until I looked in the coolant reservoir, and saw it had oil in it. I thought it might be from a blown head gasket, but there isn't any coolant in the oil. The radiator looks like it's new so maybe they ...

The Procedure For Bleeding Abs Hydraulic System

Honda accord abs with fluid resevoir (this is seperate to the master cylinder on the braking system) having open the bleed screw the fluid ejected went beyond the front of the car and full of air bubbles. I have been informed that the pressure of the fluid ejected could mean accumilator fault. But my thoughts are the pressure release may by due to the air lock.So what kit is required to pressure bleed the system. and what is the correct procedure ...