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I know in a lot of vehicles, the blower motor is attached to the firewall. If yours is beside the battery, they may be a chance something was unhooked or tore. It had to be something that was done when you changed the battery. I am not familiar with Buick Park Avenue's. Find the blower motor and check for loose wires. Check the fuse as well. I would say, from experience, it is a simple solution as a loose wire or blown fuse. It might have been perfect timing for the blower to go out. It does happen. Check the current on the blower with a voltage meter. If you need anything else, let me know. Thank you very much for choosing FixYa.
It sounds like you have a bad light sensor for the auto lighting feature. When you are ready to exit the vehicle, first turn the lights off and then turn the car off and that should provide you with a quick fix.
On top of the headlight housing are two large knurled black plastic knobs.Unscrew them counter-clockwise.Now the whole headlight housing may be removed. Set it on the bumper and you'll have easy access to the marker light.
Left of the two headlight buttons for headlights and parking, there is a vertical slider. It's labeled Twilight, meaning twilight sentinel that keeps the headlights on. Move it down and that shortens the on time to about 5 seconds. If you are sittting with the headlights on and want them to go off, push it to the bottom and it turns the lights off immediately. They will turn back on when the car is put into park.
Move the slider to the top and they should stay on for about 5 minutes. BTW if you just leave the headlight switch pushed in (if you're doing it manually) the car turns everything off in about 10 minutes--inside lights, radio, lights, cigarette lighter power (unless you moved the fuse in the underhood fuse block to make them stay on permanently).
You also may not know that if you are driving or sitting and want the headlights off but the parking lights to stay on, push the Parking LIghts button. That turns the headlights off. I didn't find that for a while because our 98 LeSabre didn't have any way to turn off the headlights while cruising through a Christmas display scene in a park where many people turn off the headlights to help the effect of the colored lights. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!