Question about 1992 Buick Park Avenue
Started small hesitation for few days,then all of sudden,started it this morning and it is hesitating to the point of not being able to drive it.has no power at all,sputtering..
This is likely a problem with the Mass Airflow sensor, it is a sensor that reads the amount of air going into the engine, when it fails it causes severs hesitation and power loss. Contact a local parts store or your GM dealer for a rebuilt one, the part is about $150.00. It is locate in the air intake hose to the engine.
Posted on Feb 21, 2012
I have a 92 park ave. The hesitation came when the car warmed up. that means that it is a malfunctioning sensor because sensors only work in closed loop mode or when they reach operating temperature. I removed the mass air flow sensor, cleanead it with electrical parts cleaner then reinstalled it. The car has never hesitated again.
Posted on Jun 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 91 buick park ave.
Well, that can be a ton of things. Usually it means: A. its not getting enough air, or any air. B. Its not getting enough gas. It could be a problem with the Mass flow Sensor- which can be cleaned or replaced-, or maybe a bad fuel pump or bad fuel lines or something. Either way the problem sounds like it just can't run because it can't get enough gas.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
Check the battery connections and the battery itself the battery must be charged and tested, clean the battery terminals charge the battery and try to start, if no luck take the battery to an auto parts store to have it tested for free replace battery if neccessary, always wear safety glasses when working near a battery. If the battery is good and connections are good replace the starter, but you may want to check the connections at the starter first before purchasing a starter there may be corrosion on the connections.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Someone put the wrong key (resistor value) in the ignition lock, you will have to disconect the battery for 3 min. Make sure you have the right key. Very important! Make sure the climate control is off before disconecting/conecting the battery.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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