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Putting in a radion in a 1989 park avenue and something popped checked the fuses and now the car will not crank electric windows will not roll down and no lights inside. what is the problem

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SOURCE: fusebox diagram for 1989 buick park avenue

hi try Buick car owners club or an auto electrician that specializes in Buick is guaranteed to have a copy hope this helps glenn.......

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SOURCE: 93 PARK AVENUE OIL PRESSURE TO HIGH

If the oil filter was over torqued and the gasket was rolled off the filter's gasket grove would case the gasket to blow out. Case would be not lubricating the O ring gasket on the filter before installation would also case the gasket to come off the grove on the filter and the oil pressure pushing through the system would blow it out. Note: follow instructions on the oil filter prior to installations and check the gasket for leaks upon start up and warm up. Hope this help's.

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SOURCE: where is the fuse box for 1989 buick park avenue

If this is the old body style, it is under the silver panel to the left of the steering column. Open the drivers door and you should see 2 black plastic spin nuts about 2 inches apart. Push them in and turn (They are spring loaded) and the panel should pop loose for removal.

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SOURCE: Heater/defrost/ac fan not coming on park avenue...can hear click

Check the connector to the blower motor. Turn it on and wiggle the connector.

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SOURCE: need firing order diagram for 1989 buick park

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If this is the old body style, it is under the silver panel to the left of the steering column. Open the drivers door and you should see 2 black plastic spin nuts about 2 inches apart. Push them in and turn (They are spring loaded) and the panel should pop loose for removal.

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