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I had a 1996. It was located under the window washer fluid tank. On the drivers side front, by the head light. You actually have to take off the stabilizer that runs on top of it, to access it. You can also take the washer tank off, unscrew the pump off of the bottom of tank after you lift it out. Gunna lose all the fluid tho.
In Buick models built before 2002 the battery is located under the hood, in the lower left hand corner of the engine compartment. To replace the battery remove covers, detach the positive cable and put it out of the way. Do the same with the negative cable (make sure you secure cables away from battery terminals).Undo the screws securing the holding rod and release the rod enough to remove the battery. Remove holder and free the battery.Perform operations in reverse order to install the new battery. Always connect the ground cable to new battery before connecting the positive cables.
NOTE: You asked the question listing a 1993 vehicle. Newer models have the battery located under the rear passenger's seat bench. It is necessary to remove the seat's cushion to access the battery. I
on passenger side under dash remove cover then locate fan may have a cover its self. there will most likely be three to five screws in fan ,dont forget to unplug before removing .you might have to remove fan speed sensor
Hello. Remove air cleaner and duct assembly. Drain coolant. Remove both heater hoses at the heater core. Remove right and left instrument panel sound insulators. Remove rear compartment heat duct adapter bolt/screw and adapter. Remove heater outlet duct bolts and duct. Remove heater core cover. Remove heater core.
I had a 1989 Buick Regal, and from what i remember, there were philips head screws, or bolts in the corners of the lid, that when unscrewed, they separated the top from the bottom, thus exposing the filter. And I believe they screw/bolt heads stayed connected to the top lid part.
you will need a lock plate tool once you have taken the lock plate off you need to take the three screws out of the turn signal switch and unscrew the turn signal handle. when you have done this do not pull it out yet. you need to go under the dash and look for the group of wires that run up your steering column. you'll have to unplug them to get enough wire to lift the turn signal switch out. Do not pull these wires all the way out just enough to lay the thing out of the way. Ok once thats done right above the ignition tumblers is either a screw or a tiny indent hole you will have to knock open hopefully its just a screw that just holds it in. Ok thats enough for now
One other thing the emergency flasher switch has one screw in the middle just unscrew it