Your Oldsmobile Jetfire engine control system detects a problem, the computer stores the diagnostic trouble
code B0029 in its memory.
To figure out what is wrong with your vehicle you must first extract the B0029 DTC For Oldsmobile Jetfire.
Another consequence of B0029 Oldsmobile Jetfire engine overheating may be a blown head gasket. Heat makes aluminum swell almost three times faster than cast iron. Thermal stress can distort the head and make it swell in areas that are hottest like those between exhaust valves in adjoining cylinders, and areas that have restricted coolant flow like the narrow area that separates the cylinders. The typical aluminum head swells most in the middle, which can crush the head gasket if the head gets too hot. This will usually cause the head gasket to leak compression between adjacent cylinders, or leak coolant into the cylinders.
B0029 Oldsmobile Jetfire DTC Meaning
Body Code - Problem is antilock brake system, electronic suspension and steering systems.
SAE - Generic
Cruise Control Servo Indicates Low
A/C System High Pressure High Temperature
The rule of B0029 Oldsmobile Jetfire code when it comes to emissions-related vehicle repair is that any modification that changes the vehicle from a certified configuration to a non-certified configuration is considered tampering: this applies to both vehicle owners and repair facilities and is, therefore, a Federal offense. Replacing a catalyst with a straight pipe is one traditional example of B0029. Likewise, overriding the OBD B0029 DTC For Oldsmobile Jetfire system through the use of high-tech defeat devices or non-certified computer chips, for example, would also be considered tampering. The OBD system may, however, be repaired back to its original certified configuration with certified performance chips or appropriate aftermarket parts.