Question about 1995 Buick Century
At speeds between 50 to 60mph my car develops a strong shaking, which goes away with acceleration. Braking also helps a little, but as soon as I hold speed it returns. Any idea what could cause this? I have been told I have an "extra" hose in the engine which is not attached to anything, no one seems to know where it should go. Could this be part of the problem? I'm certain the hose has a purpose! lol
I have a 1995 buick century 6 cyl, some days it does not engadge in each of the positions to get to drive you don't hear thre shifting so I return it to park wait till the engine is warm and then it engadges. and between 50 and 60 it shakes but goes away after or under 50? I have 118k miles on it. What is wrong?
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Your buick problary needs a tune up. Its problary just running to rich. Too much gas could be pushed to the cylinder or maybe not enough. You could also change your sparks plugs but you'll spend pretty good on buying that. Depending on the problem a tune up could be any where from $50-$500
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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