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Schematic for 1996 Buick Park Avenue hood release

Needs to be shortened so it will release

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SOURCE: 1991 Buick Park Avenue - hood will not open

latch should be inside the car the towards the floor towards the left and if it still wont open when you pull the latch give the hood a couple taps and use lube on the hinge

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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SOURCE: fusebox diagram for 1989 buick park avenue

hi try Buick car owners club or an auto electrician that specializes in Buick is guaranteed to have a copy hope this helps glenn.......

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: 1997 Buick Park Avenue

This is the diagram but you should have factory belt diagram sticker is still somewhere under the hood
If not:
http://www.mvreader.com/multiview/dayco/zoom.php?zoom_item=C0001D&l=n&catalog=auto&category=
To replace the serpentine belt on a V6 3800 you must jack up the motor and remove a motor mount. You must then use a breaker bar with a socket (13/64") and pull it toward the front of the car to release the belt tensioner. Put the new belt on, tighten it, put the mount back on, and lower the jack.
Driving without a belt can cause the motor to overheat, will cut power steering, and will not recharge the battery, so you should probably get a tow
Good Luck

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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You will have to get under the car , and reach up behind the front grille as far up as the hood latch, and MANUALLY release it. It's tricky but doable. I've done it many times. Hope this helps

Posted on May 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 Buick Park Avenue hood latch seized cannot

Most likely the CABLE is seized. Unless the latch is damaged , should be movable, Either on a lift, or by laying on your back, reach your arm up behind the front grille, and manually move the latch. Not hard to do. Hope this helps

Posted on May 15, 2009

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