Question about 1993 Buick Regal
I think it might be the vacuum pump for the breakse or a break where i cant see
Hi again: I'm almost 100% its your Master Cylinder has gone bad.And needs replaced. Should solve your Problem. After you Change it and have the New one on,You'll need a Couple Quarts of Brake Fluid, Cause you'll have to bled the Air out of the System, and 2 Qts so you can Flush out ALL your Old Brake Fluid its probally contaminated. To Bled Start at the Passenger Rear Wheel, next Drivers rear Wheel, Next Pasengers Front Wheel,And Last Drivers Side Front Wheel. You'll need a Helper for for 2 reasons 1st reason he wil need to push the Brake Pedal to the Floor HOLD it UNTIL you Open Bleeder Valve and leave open until no more Fluid or Air is Coming Out, Then Close it do it again and again,Then Go to the next Wheels as i told you above and repeat the same thing on each wheel but do it in the order i told you above. 2nd Everytime you open the Bleeder Valves and Fluids coming out ,Your Helper needs to Keep checking the MASTER Cylinder and Keep it Full ALL the TIME. or you'll get AIR in the System and the Bleeding will not Work, Without a Full master as you Bleed the Brakes. Continue doing this until you See Cleaner Brake Fluid Coming out ALL 4 Wheels Bleeder Valve. Remember KEPT THE MASTER CYLINDER FULL. AND ONLY have your HELP PUSH the PEDAL down even to the FLOOR DON"T PUMP IT> You'll get a Pedal as soon as you have Continued to Keep Bleeding the System. This should Solve your Problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I need to replace the
Husband found it but it did not solve the problem. But we can now hear the pump energize but the car still will not crank over and start. It acts like it is going to but just dies right away. This problem first started whenever I would go up the slightest incline, it would start running rough. Then on level surfaces it would go back to running fine and then one day it just would not start. Any suggestions?
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
try www.autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you or you can try www.schramauto.com or call them at 1-800-292-1032
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: 1994 buick regal
More than likely (and we will hope) it is the oil sending unit. In comparison it is a very cheap and quick fix to replacing the oil pump. Auto Zone has a pretty good componet location section that has tips for replacement if you cant find the sending unit or the oil pump. Try that first it may save you a lot of work.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Idle position switch or sensor. I had 93 that would stall when i came to a stop. Cost me $43 but it was worth it. I don't know if this will fix it, but it sounds like it would.
Posted on May 03, 2009
sign up at turbobuick.com (it's free) then find out who lives near you and check out their car...take some pictures and notes...btw there are a ton of members and I'm willing to bet someone lives near you and most are more than willing to help out a fellow turbo buick owner..or try the link at the bottom...any problems shoot me an email at Mansfieldroof@aol.com
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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