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How do i add transmission fluid to a 1997 buick lesabre?

Where do I add the fluid?

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not unless you take it to autozone and have them put the scanner on it and clear the code which caused the light to come on. also they can tell you what the original issue was.

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the ingnition switch has a wire broken that wont allow the computer to turn the security system off to let the car start

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I have a 96 buick century 6 cylender every thing comes on but like nothing will turn the motor over

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SOURCE: Where do I add power steering fluid?

The power steering pump is in the front of the engine. You will see the serpentine belt on the pulley and it will look something like htis picture. The pump has a resevoir with a cap on top which is removable and has a dipstick built in to tell you how low you are on fluid.


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their is a little motor on your duct work that moves a door open and closed to switch from heat to cool,it is called actuator motor.watch it and have someone to switch it from cool to heat to Se if the motor is turning.

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It is where the oil gauge by filler tube itself

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If you mean your transmission starts slipping. First thing you should always do. Check your transmission fluid levels, if your transmission fluid is low, use the proper amount of fluid right away. If this takes care of the problem, then I would highly recommend keeping a close eye on your transmission fluid levels from now on. Always keep plenty of Dextron 3 automatic transmission fluid on hand so you can top of the transmission if the dip stick is showing the slightest indication that your getting low. Fluid levels should touch the top line on the dip sticks level indicator. For best result check the transmission fluid levels when you first start the engine up for the day.

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Check the transmission fluid and see if it's low on fluid. If it is more than one pint low it could cause slippage, With that many miles if you have not done a transmission oil and filter change then you will need to do this first when they pull the pan they can tell if you need to overhaul the transmission. Hope this helps you. The cost for a transmission oil and filter change ranges from $150.00 to $200.00.

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Have you checked the transmission fluid? If it is full, does it have a burnt smell to it? If it does, change the transmission fluid and filter. If not, check all vacuum lines going to the transmission back to their source. If none of these is the case, I would check with a good transmission shop.

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Hello, I'm not sure if you are still dealing with this problem, but here are a few tips.
1.When the car is running and at normal operating temperature, check the transmission fluid level. If the transmission fluid level is low, this will cause the Transmission to slip when in drive.
2.If you transmission fluid level is low, this usually indicates you have a leak. Transmission fluid does not need to be changed like other fluids such as oil.
3.You may also want to add a "stop slip" agent to you car, this may help or possibly correct the problem.
4.If all else fails, I would recommend you take you car into a certified Transmission shop. Please vote or rate this reply if you found this reply helpful.

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