why is my 2000 oldsmobile intrigue still overheating ive replaced the waterpump and thermostat with aftermarket parts from autozone i have replaced the surge tank with one i pulled from the junk yard. there is no oil in my water or vice-versa there seems to be a small leak coming from coolant crossover pipe wich im dreading fixing... any sugestions on to why my car still over heating?
According to the complaint, on Aug. 8, King purchased a used 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue. Soon after purchase, the suit says, King discovered non-conformities and defects that substantially impaired the car's use, safety and value. The plaintiff alleges the defendant intentionally and fraudulently concealed and failed to disclose the un-merchantable character of the vehicle, refused the revocation of acceptance and failed to return the purchase price. King seeks judgment in excess of the jurisdictional limits of the court, attorney fees, court costs, expenses and all other relief. She is represented by attorney J. William St. Clair of Legal Aid of West Virginia in Huntington.
Oldsmobile was founded in 1897 by Ransom E. Olds, and was produced by General Motors for most of its history. The 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue was a four-door sedan offered in a GL and a GLS trim level. The 2000 Intrigue was equipped with a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that produced 215-horsepower and 230 foot-pounds of torque. Replacing the crankshaft position sensor or crank sensor on the 2000 Intrigue requires removal and installation of other engine and body parts on the vehicle.