2005 Buick LeSabre Questions
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I understand the inlet connection requires 2 wrenches.
What about removing the front outlet connection?
Does it require a special tool to release the outlet connection?
With the fuel gauge on empty and low fuel light on the DIC "Fuel Range" shows about 100 miles remaining. Can the fuel range be reset. I've tried using the "Reset" button on the DIC panel with no effect.
Can downshift manually with accelerator. Doesn't happen all of the time. Big concern with future problems.
Reservoir is low .what could be the cause can you help
This radio was replaced because there were other lights out on the radio. All the lights on the replacement radio lit up but the numbers. I just had it replaced again and the numbers still don't light up. Shouldn't they?
Code 455 comes on. Changed the gas cap. didn't help. I can also smell gas in the cabin.
is this a lock out feature?
Gas Guage Goes Past Full when turn ignition on, Check engine light came on, and stayed on, after about one day, after guage went bad
2005 buick lesebra limited
Will a new gas cap turn off service engine light soon off if a new gas cap is the solution?
dont know if it is in heater or controls ?
I took the car on a Thursday morning for an oil change, inspection, and to check the reason for the clunking noise. I was told when I picked up the car the same Thursday evening that the wheel(s) "might look like its slightly turned and that this is normal when new struts are installed until the car is driven for awhile." The clunk is gone which really didn't occur on every turn. Now the wheels squeak/screech when turning and sometimes when driving straight, the steering wheel feels loose when parking, and most annoying and 'scary' is the rough ride. When the car goes over a bump or dip (even the lines going across a highway), the impact is so hard I can feel it in my seat and it jars my back - it feels like my seat is sitting on top of 'something' hard. It hits so hard that it feels like the wheel(s) is going to snap off. When only one wheel goes over a dip (even slightly recessed manhole), it feels like the the car pushes to the side. I took the car back to the shop Tuesday morning, and was told that an alignment and 'cam kit' will solve the problem in addition to driving it more.
At higher speeds (50+ mph) the rear end tends to kick to the right whenever I hit a bumby road. You feel the rear end jumps sideways and have to adjust the steering a bit to compensate.