13th Oct 2006, 14:58

My 2001 intrigue floods in passenger side whe it rains. Has there been a recall on this problem? I hear about it a lot.

18th Oct 2006, 21:31

The only recall I can find on the Intrigue is a problem with the airbag labels. Nothing for leaks. This is a new problem I have never heard of with this vehicle. Do you have rot or rust or significant wear on the hinges of the doors? Perhaps they are not located where they should be and your door seals are not fitting snuggly. I had this problem on the driver's side from day one, but, they fixed it after the wind noise became unacceptable.

27th Aug 2007, 12:28

My 2001 Olds Intrigue, with less than 50,000 miles, has developed a problem with stalling out while either sitting at a stop light or slowing down for a stop. No warning. It's as if someone just turned the key off.

I just had a new ignition switch placed on the vehicle, but less than 2 days later, while sitting at a stop light, the car stalled again. This time, after turning key off, placing the transmission in park and turning the key on to start the car, it cranked several times before starting.

I took it back to my automotive repair shop. They say that there are still no codes showing, there is nothing showing on the dash, that would indicate any problem. They checked the fuel pump pressure and that checked out fine. I am reading other comments about the crank shaft sensor being replaced in many Intrigues, and that this is not correcting the problem.

One comment suggested the CO2 Oxygen Sensor. Has anyone else replaced this sensor, and solved the stalling problem?

10th May 2009, 19:03

Check for a vacuum leaks, my friend just had this problem up on stopping at lights. Open the hood and while the cars running listen for a hissing sound if you hear that, you have a vacuum leak.

23rd Mar 2010, 12:45

When my automatic driver's side window wouldn't open, I just pounded the button area while pressing the open button as if to open, and it released something and the window now opens on its own.