98-02 Oldsmobile Intrigue How To Video Thread

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This thread is a how to video for various parts of the 98-02 Oldsmobile Intrigue.


How To Install Repair Replace Rear Door Panel Olds Intrigue 98-02

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-kvc...feature=relmfu



How To Install Repair Replace Broken Power Window Regulator Olds Intrigue 98-02 video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDJj8...feature=relmfu


How to Install Replace Cabin Air Filter Olds Intrigue 98-02 video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g4wJKb03c0



How To Install Repair Replace Broken Exterior Door Handle Olds Intrigue 98-02 video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KXxAa2HXjE




How To Install Replace Door Panel Oldsmobile Intrigue 98-02 video


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFPBb...feature=relmfu




How To Install Replace Headlight and Bulb Oldsmobile Intrigue 98-02 video


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIFDj...feature=relmfu




How To Install Replace Side Rear View Mirror Olds Intrigue 98-02 video


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTAVV...feature=relmfu




How To Install Replace Tail Stop light and Bulb Olds Intrigue 98-02 video


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ug2nw...feature=relmfu




How To Install Replace Power Window Switch Oldsmobile Intrigue 98-02 video


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBKA2a4_KaM



How To Install Replace Engine Air Filter Oldsmobile Intrigue 98-02 video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlzV8jXEu6o
 

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Everyone really should watch that one on window regulators. Looked much easier than I imagined. Just need to know where the screws are, and the order to unhook the switches.

I paid someone to replace a regulator 3 times, LOL. I'm thinking about rounding up the tools, visiting a junkyard and practicing that move ... have one OEM window remaining and it's the passenger front side.
 

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I did that last night. My R/R window don't work, and it's down about an eighth of an inch.
The video on how to replace the regulator was a lot easier than I have encountered on others over the years, looks pretty straightforward.
Are there any places where we can get parts for a decent price?
I stay away from our local dealership unless I absolutely have to get something from there.
 

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I have good luck with RockAuto.com. Just checked and they have regulators from $30 and regulators w/motor from $35.
 

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Window Regulators

I know this is a bit of an old thread, but I just did the two rear windows; took me about 30 minutes per side. Real easy.

I did get the replacement parts from A1 auto; came quickly, and no problems. About $100 for both sides with new motor.
 

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how to videos?

this is a great thread, i wish it had even more how to videos for us noobies, it would of been great to have a video of the coolant flushing and the person showing each step on how to get all the air out of system, on the 3.5 lol
 

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this is a great thread, i wish it had even more how to videos for us noobies, it would of been great to have a video of the coolant flushing and the person showing each step on how to get all the air out of system, on the 3.5 lol
Getting the air out isn't as hard as I've been lead to believe. Basically when filling an empty system, open the bleeder screw on the upper passenger side of the radiator, fill it, and close the screw when coolant starts coming out. Then leave it closed :)

The coolant level will settle in for the next 5-10 warm up cycles, so be sure to keep it topped off. The system will self-purge to some extent, but if some ....... doesn't RTFM and fills your system without opening the screw, leaving the radiator full of air, then you'll have problems. I say that with some malice, based on my experience from when when I thought I could trust others to do it right...

If you keep getting air in the system, or it overheats because the thermostat isn't opening, then you've probably got another issue, like a bad thermostat or a slow leak (heater core, crossover, etc).
 
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