Question about 1993 Buick Park Avenue
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: turn signal flasher
there are 2 one for the hazards and one for the blinkers
the hazards are under the dash about where your right knee would be you have to remaove the lower portion of the dash (2 screws)
the blinkers are way up under the dash by the parking brake.....way up you have to get on your back and move wires to see it if the flasher still works a little you can hear it.....again its way up there but you dont have to remove anything to get to it.
I just changed mine it took 10 times as long to find it as it did to replace it
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
SOURCE: I need a 93 Buick
the park ave i was working on had a super charger.with 2 serp belts.i just kept at it n got them on right .trial n error.i need to know if i could get a price for some used parts i got .3800 heads,3800 supercharger,oil pan with pick up tube ,valve covers,complete intake with all injectors
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
The steering wheel does have to come off.
Below is the process for replacing your turnsignal switch and the special tools needed.
Many vehicles use a turn signal switch that is separate from the multifunction switch. The steering wheel will have to be removed to gain access to the turn signal switch on these vehicles. The following procedure is a common method of turn signal switch replacement:
The most common complaints attributable to the flasher are too fast or too slow of a flashing rate. If the flasher is of the wrong type and rating, the amount of time required to heat the coil will differ from what the manufacturer designed into the circuit. Also, newer flashers that use electronic circuits will flash at an increased speed if one of the turn signal bulbs is burned out or the circuit is defective. If the flasher is rated higher than required, the flashing rate is reduced because it takes longer for the current to heat the coil.
Check the size and type of light bulbs in the circuit. Use only the lamp size recommended by the manufacturer. If these checks do not correct the problem, test the generator output. Higher or lower voltage output than specified may cause the flasher rate to be incorrect. If the charging system output is within specifications, check for excessive resistance in the turn signal circuit. Check both sides of the circuit.
If none of the turn signals operate, check the fuse. Next, check the flasher. Remove the flasher from the fuse box. Connect a jumper wire across the fuse box terminals. If the turn signal lamp operates with the lever in either indicator position, the flasher is faulty. If the lights still do not illuminate, test the turn signal switch.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
As they pointed out, the motors run fine. What we need is a replacment shaft with the attached gear. The plastic gears tend to sheer off the teeth with any load at all. If anyone finds a replacment gear, please post.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
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