Question about 1990 Buick Century
If car is not over heating i would not wory about it, but if you are woryed about it this is what you can do. open hood and take off the neg. battery cable and leve off for about a minute or two. this will erase any codes that are stored in the computer. after you waited the minute or two reconect the cable and start the car it may stall a couple of times but should run allright after that, the computer has to reset all the sensors. just drive car if light comes on take it and have it scaned then you know if you got a proplem or not. good luck.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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