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2003 Buick LeSabre Questions

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all of the normal lights on the control panel remain after start up, such as ABS light
Looking for the best Chopper shops in my area to get my crankshaft sensor replaced I think Brakes Plus is giving me a bad time with cost my ZIP code in the Arizona is 85326 thank you I appreciate all you do repair pal
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Happens after driving. Won't start back up for hour or so
How long have you had this problem? 6 months aprx

What seems to make the problem better or worse? When the air conditioner is on, there seems to be a knocking.
How long have you had this problem? 5 months
should I replace maf sensor crankshaft sensor it use to downshift at high speed not anymore dies a lot
Why does my air conditioner shake when turned on?
No warning or security lights are on my dash. I let foot off gas when it seems to just rev itself up sometimes
My oil pressure reads 35 to 40 once the vehicle is stopped once i accelerate it goes up between 40 to 65. Is that normal if not what does it surpose to read?
it will come on both a/c or heater.
the a/c came on after hitting a bump in the road (once)
the wires are hanging from the tire in the back
Engine light flashes and it wants to stall out when trying to rev rpms going up a hill to keep my speed
No dash lights nothing wiil not take any charge what so ever
Why cant i get my 2003 buick lasebra to take a jump left the lights on
No dash lights no clicking.
Hi, how do I resolve an error code B0004 for a 2003 Buick LeSabre? It's a 3.8L engine. Thanks!
Had actuators checked. Mechanic said they all were working. That I must had something blocking the passenger side "Actuator". Because there is no heat going to the passenger side. Automatic dual climate control. Should I replace the actuator?
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