2001 Buick Park Avenue QuestionsRefine by vehicle
Checked code due to stall at highway speed- it cut out then restarted itself.. Bought new air filter and a can of cdc mass airflow cleaner.. Due to pick up daughter and stalled again after doing a left turn- started right up. After picking her up no problems.. After doc. appointment-went onto highway to see if it would stall again- started to loss power- took next exit then the car stalled- put into neutral- started right up.. Any type of test to verify that this the problem??? could it be something else that would kick off code p 0102?
gets pretty loud, also fan for air will work for a little bit then quits
Severe shimmy when applying brekes
When tank is low, fluctuates more than at higher levels. Thank you!
when driving highway miles cruise control device does'nt kick in when pressed
can this be done myself after a dealer delivers the new key
but not when moter is unpluged
How do I remove the glove compartment box?
Model is with the Supercharged Engine
It was jerking and not starting, it jerked when driving it on the road. Our mechanic replaced the wires, plugs and the mass air flow sensor. Still jerking?
I am ASE mechanic as side job.
Location Cabin Air Filter?
The car has a rough ride now and what seems to be an air pump runs alot more often than usual, we have only had this car for a few months. Need more info to know if the shocks need replacement or is it the air pump
I have a 2001 Buick Park Ave that i inherited from my grandfather. The compressor makes a rattling sound when the car is running, i think it may be the clutch. The car has an automatic control panel for the HVAC unit. Like you set the temp and it keeps up by it self. When i turn on the system, at any temp, the compressor appears to turn on (u can feel the loss of power to the engine) and the rattle stops, but the blower motor does not turn on, even though the panel tells me that the motor is at full power. I just wanted to know what this could be, and if it was something i could do myself so i could at least get the blower motor and the heat working for the winter.
The fuel pump in back runs a lot and is louder than normal.
Do we go to a regular mechanic or take back to transmission shop?