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Location of heater blend door on 2001 Buick Lesabre

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SOURCE: On-line parts diagram AC/Heater

Blend doors are in the heater and A/C box, typically not a job for non professional, very very delicate

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: 1992 - 1999 lesabre drivers front door

The LeSabre had the same body style up until 1999 in the rounded style. So it should fit just fine.

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SOURCE: where is the blend door in a 97 buick lesabre

check near fan or heater core under dash

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the fuse box location 1989 buick lesabre

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Your fuse box is located behind the right side of the dash,to the right of the glove box.Here is a diagram to better expalin.If you need anything else,let me know. Thanks,Chuck.1da4d0d.gif

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SOURCE: Cylinder location for buick 3.8 1996 LeSabre

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I don't usually copy and paste stuff, but this is an exception, It would be tough to explain the order. check it out.

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