Oldsmobile Cutlass owners manuals
- Intake Manifold Gaskets Can Leak Coolant or Engine Oil
- Engine Starts and Stalls Because of Security System Fault
- AC Blower Inop Due to Broken Resistor
- High-Pressure Power Steering Hose May Leak Fluid
- ABS light caused by a weak battery or burned out bulb
- Check Engine Light because of Gas Cap Issue
- Lower Intake Gasket Malfunction
- The Car Won't Start, Anti-Theft Light Appears On
- A/C Cuts Out
The Oldsmobile Cutlass was a series of vehicles built by General Motors' Oldsmobile division within 1961 and 1999. At its debut, the Cutlass was Oldsmobile's smallest car. It started as a unibody compact vehicle but its greatest success came from the body-on-frame intermediate.
Launched as the top trim level in Oldsmobile's F-85 group, the Cutlass developed into a separate series, producing numerous versions, including the impressive 4-4-2 muscle car, the premium Cutlass Supreme, the performance Hurst/Olds, and the Vista Cruiser station wagon.
Near the 1980s, Oldsmobile was adopting the Cutlass nameplate, with numerous cars series carrying the name simultaneously. These involved the midsize Cutlass Ciera, Cutlass Calais compact, the Cutlass Cruiser station wagon, and the midsize Cutlass Supreme.
The Cutlass was called after the model of a sword, which was popular throughout the Age of Sail.
The Oldsmobile Cutlass is powered by a 3.1-liter V6 engine generating 160 horsepower through an automatic transmission, moving the automobile to 60 mph in 8.5 seconds.
Oldsmobile Cutlass known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Oldsmobile Cutlass are: