Question about 1989 Buick Century
One thing that may be causing problems for you, and it would probably be the first thing I would check is your catalytic converter for being plugged. Engine bogs, and manifold red hot, temperature light, would be reason enough for me to get that checked. Years ago, you could buy what they referred to as a test pipe, for that, which was basically a piece of exhaust pipe put in place of converter, which I suspect any custom exhaust place with bender, can fabricate for you, if necessary. Check oil & coolant levels too, as oil may be experiencing premature thinning due to excessive heat, as well as coolant level going down. Hopefully if it is confirmed converter is problem, we caught it soon enough .
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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