Question about 1992 Buick Park Avenue
I sure appreciate your help! I need to mention though, that the car nowseems to run fine while it is cold...once it warms up, this is when allthe problems of dying are now happening. Do you still believe I shouldconsider the Crank sensor and / or the map sensor after this? I'mcurrently trying to find a picture of the crank shaft sensor on thedampner / pulley bracket to help me recognize the actual item. Being adisabled mom and "use to be" back yard mechanic, lol. These newervehicles are a huge puzzle to me.
Thank you again for everything!
Here is a picture of a crank senosr and its approximate location.http://www.vortexbuicks-etc.com/crank%20sensor.jpg I would change the map sensor first thats the most likely cause of your problemand its on top. Godd Luck
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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