2002 Buick LeSabre Questions
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details on how to replace starter on 2002 lesabre
checked fuel pressure,only at 44 psi so I changed fuel pressure regulator. now it's at 50 psi. my car calls for 53-59 psi. only regulator I could find is rated for 50 psi. is this difference enough to cause a po171 code
I find the assembly (most of the web sites show the replacement bulb) but I need the assembly as it has burned the turn signal housing for the bulb.
What could be the causes for the problem?
when I turn off my car and take the keys out the parking lights and brake lights stay on. does anyone have any suggestions on what might need to be fixed?
my air conditioning?
both visors are broken.
Buick lesabre limited 2002 jerks randomly when accelerating from stop. Never happens at high speed. Jerk is about 1/4 second long.
it jerks only does it when car is warmed up when cold it does'nt do it
to be used at home
Failed inspection because of the code.
This started happening a couple of days ago, with the low humming truck sound and today it sounds like my wheels are metal to metal. NOT when I break.
I tried to remove the rear transmission mount but was unable to access the two top nuts on the mount so I tried to remove the bracket that it mounts to from the side of the transmission to remove the two parts as a unit but was unable to get them out . Is there a way to get to the top two nuts ? Or is there another way around this ?
so i turned it off then sat then started bacc up n it took off drove for a few then started slipping again so i changed the filter/screen put all new fluid n it drove for a whole day then started doin it again but if i turn it off then start it bacc up it drives for a few then does it again does this mean my trans is gone
The coolant will only flow to the radiator when I remove the radiator cap. The engine is losing coolant but there is no evidence of a leak in the hoses or the radiator. I suspect the intake manifold or head gasket. The radiator is bone dry after even a short trip to work and back (10 miles). The resevoir remains full until I open the cap on the radiator, then the coolant flows freely.