Question about 1993 Buick Park Avenue
Replaced battery in park avenue and it stills keeps going dead
I had the problem with a 1994 Buick park Ave . put a volt meter on the battery and just pull 1 fuse at a time ,and watch which fuse makes the difference.that will tell you where the problem is
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, a car battery can run down for any of several reasons:
Causes of current drain from a car battery include things like lights that remain on (trunk and hood lights, interior lights, brake lights, etc.) and also relays that may be stuck on, or modules that are not going to sleep or powering down.
An accessory such as a cassette player, DVD player, game console or cell phone charger left plugged into a rear seat power receptacle may be pulling power from the battery. So before you spend a lot of time trying to figure out where the amps are disappearing, check all of the vehicle's power receptacles to see if something is plugged in that may be using power.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
latch should be inside the car the towards the floor towards the left and if it still wont open when you pull the latch give the hood a couple taps and use lube on the hinge
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
SOURCE: battery drain
Check the (red) + battery cable where it crosses over the metal power steering lines at bottom of radiator....very hard to detect .....over a peroid of time the insulation will wear thru....making contact with steel lines causing a battery drain just as you have indicated...clean cable in this area....use a inspection mirror and a flashlight.....the insulation will be worn off on underside of cable...you will be able to feel worn area with fingers....wrap area well with electrical tape ....Good Luck...
C. E. Cecil
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
did you make sure that you changed the proper flasher, your vehicle has two of them, one is for hazards and other is for signals. to tell just turn on hazards if the flasher that you change clicks then you changed the wrong one.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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