Question about 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
BCM --The Body Control Module is located on the right side of the vehicle and positioned under the instrument panel. In order to gain access to the module, it will be necessary to first remove the trim panel.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Oh you'll love this I just fixed that problem. Yes there is a flasher fuse there are actually three. One in the fuse box and two under the dash panel. Drop your plastic panel at the bottom and look for two half a dollar sized round fuses those are your flasher fuses. They run around two bucks at your nearest auto part I would replace both so you want have that problem again but yes there is a flasher fuse for it. Good luck
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Check to make sure that you have enought freon to engage the compressor, then you will need a flow chart to take you through the rest of the steps necessary to diagnos this problem. The Electrical system manual for Buick is the only one that will have the proper information for you to walk through the steps to dead head it. There is a HVAC programer that is behind the floor heater duck work. It has a numbering system that goes from (2) rows of pins that go 1-16 for terminals.On terminal 5-7 with ignition in run position, you need bat. votage. Terminal 10 & 11 you need 4-5 volts. Neither 10 or 11 should be unplugged just yet since 10 feeds 11 pin. If there isn't any voltage at these pins, check for corrosion on the pins theirself, or for the pin that it may have slipped back out of the connector. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
thinking that if it's not cranking at all it's not the module. The ignition module controls electrical timing... it controls the spark. It has nothing to do with the engine cranking... Have they checked the solenoid?
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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