Question about 1990 Buick Century
1990 buick lesabres transmission acts like its in neautral when its in drive
Hello, I'm not sure if you are still dealing with this problem, but here are a few tips.
1.When the car is running and at normal operating temperature, check the transmission fluid level. If the transmission fluid level is low, this will cause the Transmission to slip when in drive.
2.If you transmission fluid level is low, this usually indicates you have a leak. Transmission fluid does not need to be changed like other fluids such as oil.
3.You may also want to add a "stop slip" agent to you car, this may help or possibly correct the problem.
4.If all else fails, I would recommend you take you car into a certified Transmission shop. Please vote or rate this reply if you found this reply helpful.
Posted on May 29, 2009
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