Question about 1983 Buick LeSabre
Loss of power
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the fuse is in panel with other fuses,however it will say a\c instead of heater. You may want to use a test light to check for voltage at the blower motor plug. To see if current is going to the fuse. Check the other fuses too. since they are linked in parallel to the the acc auto climate .
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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Posted on Jun 16, 2009
The fuel filter is located inside the frame rail, just ahead of the passenger-side wheelwell opening. It has a threaded fitting on the forward end, and a quick-release clip on the back hose attachment.
Caution! The fuel is under pressure. Wrap a rag around the quick-release fitting as you release it, to catch any spray. or first relieve the pressure at the test port on the injector fuel rail (under the plastic engine cover), again using a rag to catch the fuel spray. Wear safety glasses, and only do this when the car is completely cooled off. You WILL spill some fuel while doing this, so have a catch container, and/or spread oil-dry/cat litter on the ground under the filter area. After changing the filter, turn the ignition "on", which powers up the fuel pump, but do not start the car. Now check for leaks at the filter, and at the test port, if you used it to bleed off fuel pressure. If everything is dry, you are OK.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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