Question about 2000 Buick LeSabre
Driver side front jack point seems to have buckled. got it back from the shop and the fender between the wheel and front door hinge is popped out about a half inch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
REDBEAR IS RIGHT, IT COULD BE ANYTHING. IF THE REAR WHEELS DON'T LINE UP WITH THE FRONT ONES, THEN IN AUTOMOTIVE TERMINOLOGY WE SAY THE "TRACKING IS OFF". THIS WILL MAKE THE REAR END UNSTABLE. THE COLLISION SHOP SHOULD BE ASHAMED TO CALL IT FIXED. IF THE SUB-FRAME IS BENT, THEN THE INSURANCE COMPANY SHOULD TOTAL THE CAR. LET THEM KNOW THAT YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE REPAIRS AND ARE SEEKING LEGAL ADVICE. THEY WILL DO THE RIGHT THING I AM SURE. HOPE THIS HELPS. GIVE EM HELL. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA.
Posted on May 11, 2009
Hello, NO you don't have to disarm airbags for glass.
You can pry off the door panel with big flathead screw driver. The panel is held on by plastic tabs that pry off and you can press them back on with fingers.
Before prying off panel, you should pry off electric window button panel. Also remove any screws that are visible. Sometimes the arm rest has little plastic covers with screws underneath it.
This is actually easier than it sounds.
Just remove any visible screws, and pry it off and lift up and she'll come off.
Posted on May 15, 2009
Your vehicle's fuel pump relay is located on the relay center, behind the glove box, 2nd column of relays, 2nd one from the top.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Follow the wiring from between the door and the body to the insides under the dashboard. It's usually inside a soft plastic or rubber tube for protection. Follow the wire bundle if you can to the fuse panel. I don't know exactly where it is on this car, but it's usually very close to the left and underneath of the dashboard. You may find that a plug that has all these wires together has come loose somewhere.
Please update here on your progress. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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