2003 Buick Park Avenue Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2003 Buick Park Avenue
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2003 Buick Park Avenue Problems
The mode and temperature door actuators may fail causing improper air flow or temperature output from the heating and AC (HVAC) system.
The mass air flow or crankshaft position sensor may fail causing the engine to stall intermittently. Proper diagnoses will be necessary to determine the cause of any stalling condition.
Do to a low or erratic voltage condition, the fuel gauge needle may "jump" around and become stuck on the back side of the "stop" below the "empty" indicator. This does not mean the gauge is broken. If the gauge cover is removed and the needle is gently moved back around to the correct side of the pin, the gauge will again function normally. When the needle is moved back to the correct position, the electrical problem that caused the needle to jump in the first place must be corrected or the needle may jump around again. The most common problems that cause this condition are a weak battery or corrosion on the battery cable ends.
2003 Buick Park Avenue Questions
Sounds like I'm being hit from the back when shifting into gears. When going up a hill from stop car slowly and roughly chugs up the hill with the gas pedal almost to the floor. It seems like it drives alright when the car has just been turned on and then maybe 30 minutes or so the transmissi...
It also has a slight rumbling also
This problem started a month ago. It will cruise fine at 75, but accelerating to cruising speed, it feels like only 5 cylinders are hitting. The vacuum gauge reads a steady 20 at idle. Since it started missing, I've done the following: 1)changed the fuel filter, 2) changed the spark plugs, 3)...
2003 Buick Park Avenue Recalls
2003 Buick Park Avenue Reviews
We owned a 2000 Buick Park Avenue first, drove it over 150k, regret ever getting rid of it... Replaced it with a 2003 Buick Park Avenue, it's at over 150k now and still running like new, bullet-proof! Great vehicle, proven motor. Just have to keep up on the maintenance and fluid changes.
had this car for 3 1/2 weeks runs good need to change fuel pump