Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
And now the floor panel lights are staying on please help me
I'll try to give you something worthwhile. It sounds to me that the wires from the radio (mainly the clock) because it always has power to it, whether the car is running or not, came into contact with the wiring to the floor panel lights. That would put out the radio, clock and heat/ac panel out of commission. It would also give power to the floor panel lights, because of the power wire from the clock (memory). Just a thought though. I really hope that I could help in some way. Maybe just help get rid of one more posibility. Would be one less thing it could be. Yet, I really hope it's a fix-ya. Good luck and best wishes to you all. Bryon
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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