How to Replace an O2 Sensor on an Aurora?

Answer The oxygen (O2) sensors on an Oldsmobile Aurora are a series of small sensors placed in the exhaust system that monitor the amount of unburned oxygen in the exhaust. The O2 sensors relay this infor... Read More »

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How to Replace the Oil Level Sensor in an Oldsmobile Aurora?

The oil level sensor in the Oldsmobile Aurora operates the oil "dummy light" in the dash to tell the driver when the level of the oil in the oil pan is low -- that is its sole function. The Aurora ... Read More »

How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor on a 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora?

The oxygen sensors for a 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora help keep the engine running at its greatest efficiently. A clogged sensor can hurt your car's fuel economy and emit pollutants into the atmosphere. ... Read More »

How to Test an Aurora O2 Sensor?

The heated oxygen sensor in the Oldsmobile Aurora receives a signal of 450mV from the powertrain control module, or PCM. Once the oxygen sensor reaches 600 degrees Fahrenheit or over, it goes into ... Read More »

How to Change a MAF Sensor on a 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora?

There are two options when replacing the mass airflow sensor, or MAF sensor, on a 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora -- replacing the entire sensor, consisting of tube and sensor, or the sensor only. It is not... Read More »