How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Oldsmobile Alero?

Answer The rod end of the Oldsmobile Alero can develop too much play and need replacing. Too much play can affect how your vehicle tracks, thanks to the tie rod's integral role with the steering. The good... Read More »

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How to Replace a Tie Rod in an Oldsmobile Alero?

Even the comfortable Oldsmobile Alero may need attention when the tie rods become damaged. Fortunately, this is something that's possible for the amateur mechanic to set right. Once you replace the... Read More »

How to Replace the Fan in a Oldsmobile Alero?

Your Oldsmobile Alero has an electric engine fan that can be replaced by a novice in under an hour. The only tools you need are a wrench and some non-conductive material to isolate the negative bat... Read More »

How to Replace the Rotor in a Oldsmobile Alero?

Though you may have perfectly good brake pads and calipers on your Oldsmobile Alero, if your car is pulsing and shuddering when you hit the brakes, the rotors may be the culprit. Though rotors rare... Read More »

How to Replace an Air Filter in a Oldsmobile Alero?

The manufacturer recommendation for changing the air filter in an Oldsmobile Alero is every 30,000 miles when the vehicle is driven under typical circumstances, or every 3,000 miles when the vehicl... Read More »