Question about 2006 Buick Rendezvous
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, your fuel pump is fine, its the sending unit(module). its located inside the fuel tank. its part of the fuel pump assembly and, you will need to replace this device. Its malfunctioning at this time.
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Posted on May 09, 2009
SOURCE: changing brake pads
There is no "easiest way" to remove the pads. You need to unbolt the calipers, (bolts are on the inboard side surrounded by small rubber boots) retract the caliper pistons and remove/replace pads,(make note if any pads are marked R&L) put it back together. Make sure that slides that caliper bolts pass through move freely. Don't use calipers with torn rubber dust boots and don't pinch boot between pad and piston when you reassemble. Unless you open the hydraulic system you do not need to bleed. Before attempting to drive, depress pedal a few times to restore proper caliper adjustment.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
this is a dealership fix.but FIRST check fuse to AWD.if all is good problem could be in transfer case shift control module or problem could be in speed sensors or shift motor.the dealership has diagnostic equipment to check it out and fix it.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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If its a 3.4 or 3.1 liter the water pump is right in the front. Remove the serp belt, remove the four bolts that hold the pulley to the pump, remove the five/six bolts that hold the pump to the timing cover housing. remove the pump. Pay close attention to the orientation of the pump. It only goes on one way. Any other way and the bolt holes will not line up.
Clean the mating surface of all the gasket meterial, install the new pump, pulley, serpentine belt. Fill with coolant. Open the bleeder valves on the water pump bypass pipe and/or the t-stat housing if equipped. Close them when steady coolant comes out. Periodically check them to remove any air pocket that may occur while running the engine. Failure to bleed properly will cause the engine to overheat!!!
After is has run for 20 - 30 minutes and the fans have come on and there is no more air burping out of the radiator replace the radiator cap.
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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