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Filed Under (Pontiac) by admin on 17-01-2011
Subject: Models: Low Engine Coolant Level Indicator Always On (Diagnose Low Coolant Level System Operation/Check Sensor for Oil Contamination) 2000-2002 Buick Century, Regal 2000-2001 Chevrolet Lumina 2000-2002 Chevrolet Impala, Monte Carlo 2000-2002 Pontiac Grand Prix 2000-2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue Condition Some customers may comment that the low engine coolant level indicator is always illuminated. Cause The cause of this condition may be due to engine oil contaminating the coolant. Possible sources of oil contamination are internal engine leaks, improper service procedures, or the addition of some types of anti-leak additives to the cooling system. Once in the coolant, the oil leaves deposits on the level sensor creating an insulating film. This film results in a false activation of the coolant level indicator. Correction Diagnose low coolant level system operation and check the sensor for oil contamination using the procedure listed below. Important: No coolant supplements should be used in GM cooling systems, other than what is approved and recommended by GM. The use of “aftermarket” over-the-counter sealing and cooling supplements may affect the operation of the low coolant level sensor. Discoloration of the coolant recovery bottle is normal and does not necessarily indicate that coolant contamination is present. Flush cooling system only when instructed by this bulletin. 1. Verify that the coolant is at proper level in the radiator and the coolant recovery bottle. If the coolant is low, add proper amount of 50/50 water and DEX-COOL® mixture. If the low coolant light operates properly, diagnose the cooling system for loss of coolant as outlined in SI. DO NOT proceed further with this bulletin. 2. Remove the low coolant level sensor. Refer to Coolant Level Module Replacement in the Engine Cooling sub-section. 3. With the key on, the engine off and the coolant level sensor disconnected from the vehicle wiring harness, observe the low coolant light: • Light is on — Chassis wiring or instrument cluster concern. Follow the appropriate diagnostic information in SI. • Light is out — Proceed to Step 4.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 07-01-2011
Draining 1. Bring the engine to normal operating temperature and turn the engine off. With the cooling system under pressure, inspect cooling system hoses and clamped hose connections for leaks, excessive deterioration or contact wear. Inspect radiator installation retention. Note any discrepancies and proceed. 2. WARNING: Never remove the pressure relief cap while the engine is operating or when the cooling system is hot. Failure to follow these instructions can result in damage to the cooling system or engine or personal injury. To avoid having scalding hot coolant or steam blow out of the degas bottle when removing the pressure relief cap, wait until the engine has cooled, then wrap a thick cloth around the pressure relief cap and turn it slowly. Step back while the pressure is released from the cooling system. When you are sure all the pressure has been released, (still with a cloth) turn and remove the pressure relief cap. CAUTION: The coolant must be recovered in a suitable, clean container for reuse. If the coolant is contaminated, it must be recycled or disposed of correctly and replaced. CAUTION: Some vehicle cooling systems are filled with Motorcraft Premium Engine Coolant VC-4-A (in Oregon VC-5, in Canada CXC-10) or equivalent meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A (green color). Others are filled with Motorcraft Premium Gold Engine Coolant VC-7-A meeting Ford specification WSS-M97B51-A1 (yellow color). Always fill the cooling system with the same coolant that is present in the system. Do not mix coolant types. NOTE: Less than 80 percent of coolant capacity can be removed from the engine. Dirty, rusty or contaminated coolant requires replacement. Drain engine coolant as follows: Open radiator draincock to drain the coolant system. Disconnect radiator overflow hose from radiator filler neck connection. Remove radiator coolant recovery reservoir and empty the fluid. Flush radiator coolant recovery reservoir with clean water. Drain and reinstall radiator coolant recovery reservoir and radiator overflow hose and clamp to radiator filler neck. Correct, repair or install new components found to be inoperative in Step 1. Filling and Bleeding with RADKITPLUS 1. Using the special tool, install the RADKITPLUS and follow the RADKITPLUS manufacturer’s instructions to fill and bleed the cooling system. Filling and Bleeding without RADKITPLUS CAUTION: Engine coolant provides freeze protection, boil protection, cooling efficiency and corrosion protection to the engine and cooling components. In order to obtain these protections, the engine coolant must be maintained at the correct concentration and fluid level in the degas bottle. When adding engine coolant, use a 50/50 mixture of engine coolant and clean, drinkable water. To maintain the integrity of the coolant and the cooling system:
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 03-06-2010
This bulletin involves replacing one of the two power steering cooler hoses with a new longer power steering hose and if necessary, installing a fin packed power steering cooler. 2001 – 2005 (RS) Town & Country, Caravan, Voyager 2001 – 2005 (RG) Chrysler Voyager (International Markets) SYMPTOM/CONDITION: A shudder (vibration) is felt inside the vehicle while turning the steering wheel at idle or during low speeds such as a parking lot maneuver. The shudder may be felt in the steering wheel, seat, and/or body. DIAGNOSIS: 1. Verify the condition: – Perform stationary turns and/or low speed turns in drive and reverse. Perform the evaluation with the A/C in the on and off position. Is steering shudder detected?
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 03-07-2010
GENERAL INFORMATION If the HVAC control module is replaced, the Calibration Diagnostic and Cooldown tests will need to be performed. Once this group of tests have successfully passed, they can be performed individually. The engine must be running during the test to provide hot coolant for the heater, A/C compressor operation and to assure that the actuators are calibrated correctly. The HVAC control module is capable of troubleshooting the system in approximately 120 seconds . If a condition is detected, an error code is displayed. The error code cannot be erased until the condition is repaired and the diagnostic test is performed. CAUTION : Do not remove the actuators from the Heater-A/C unit assembly with power applied. Removal should only be done with the Ignition OFF. The actuators have no mechanical stops to limit the travel. If the actuator rotates and is not connected to the unit assembly, it will become out of calibration. Actuator Calibration
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 27-12-2010
1 – 10 Amp (Red) Panel Illumination. 2 – 10 Amp (Red) Guage, Right High Beam Headlight, High Beam Indicator. 3 – 20 Amp (Yellow) RR Wiper, Left Headlight High Beam. 4 – 15 Amp (Blue) RH Park, Back-up Lights Switch & Relay, Speed Porportional Steering Module, Power Door Lock Switch Illumination, Daytime Running Light Module (Canada). 5 – 20 Amp (Yellow) Power Door Lock Arm/Disarm Switches, Power Mirrors, Vanity, Dome, Map, Ignition and Trunk Lights, Sunroof, Radio, Power Antenna, Data Link Connector, Body Control Module. 6 – 15 Amp (Blue) Heated Mirrors, Heated Rear Window Indicator. 7 – 20 Amp (Yellow) Instrument Cluster Illumination, Park & Tail Lights. 8 – 10 Amp (Red) Power Receptacle (Cigarette Lighter), Radio Amplifier, Horns. 9 – 15 Amp (Blue) Power Door Lock Motors (Body Control Module). 10 – Not Used Not Used. 11 – 10 Amp (Red)