Question about 1993 Buick LeSabre
First thing in the morning is the only time it happens the car has to warm up about ten minutes then I put it in gear and it works great
I had the same problem. i replaced the modulator valve no further problems
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Etal for instance expands and contracts due to temperature differences,
granted the changes are very minimal but in a machine that has no room
for tolerances, these changes can be enormous. Oil is another one, your
engine is actually filled with oil on the inside and when that oil is
cold the viscosity of it changes dramatically, its like comparing tree
sap and maple syrup. And all of these little things play a crucial role
for your car.
You must let your car warm up properly before you use it. My recommendation is that you leave it in park for about 5-10min in the morning, just enough to get your transmission warmed up enough for it to work properly, after that you want to make sure that as you're driving for the first 10-15min you want to keep the RPM's as low as you can. If your engine and transmission are not warmed up enough they will not perform well at high RPM's and may even be damaged as a result of being pushed too far if they are not warm enough.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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