1994 Oldsmobile 88 Owner’s Manual

1994 Oldsmobile 88 Owner’s Manual
Oldsmobile 88 1994 Owner’s Manual

Important Notes About this Manual
Please keep this manual in your Oldsmobile, so it will be there if you ever need it when you’re on the road. If you sell the vehicle, please leave this manuaI in it so the new owner can use it.

This manual includes the latest information at the time it was printed. We reserve the right to make changes in the product after that time without further notiee.

Note to Canadian Owners
For vehicles first sold in Canada, substitute the name “General Motors of Canada Limited for Oldsmobile Division whenever it appears in this manual.

How to Use this Manual
MANY PEOPLE READ THEIR OWNER’S manual from beginning to end when they first receive their new vehicle. This will help you learn about the features and controls for your vehicle. In this manual, you’ll rind that pictures and words work together to explain things quickly.

There are nine parts with thumb tabbed pages in this manual. Each part begins with a brief list of contents, so you can usually tell at a glance if that part contains the information you want. You can bend the manual slightly to reveal the tabs that help you find a part.

Servicing Your Air Bag Equipped Oldsmobile
Air bags affect how your Oldsmobile should be serviced. There are parts of the air bag system in several places around your vehicle. You don’t want the system to inflate while someone is working on your vehicle. Your Oldsmobile dealer and the 1994 Eighty Eight Service Manual have information about servicing your vehicle and the air bag system. The air bag system does not need regular maintenance.

Matching Transmitter(s) To Your Vehicle
Each key chain transmitter is coded to prevent another transmitter from unlocking your vehicle. If a transmitter is lost or stolen, a replacement can be purchased through your dealer. Remember to bring any remaining transmitters with you when you go to your dealer. When the dealer matches the replacement transmitter to your vehicle, the remaining transmitters must also be matched. Once the new transmitter is coded, the lost transmitter will not unlock your vehicle.

You can match a transmitter to as many different vehicles as you own, provided they are equipped with exactly the same model system. (General Motors offers several different models of these systems on their vehicles.) Each vehicle can have only two transmitters matched to it. See your dealer to match transmitters to
another vehicle.

Battery Replacement
Under normal use, the batteries in your ley chain transmitter should last about two years. You can tell the batteries are weak if the transmitter won’t work at the normal range in any location. If you have to get close to your vehicle before the transmitter works, it’s probably time to change the batteries.
To Replace Batteries in the Remote Lock Control:

  • Remove the screw from back cover.
  • Lift the front cover off, bottom half first.
  • Remove and replace the two batteries
  • Reassemble the transmitter.
  • Check the transmitter operation.