Question about 1999 Buick LeSabre
Not getting enough air in my car. What kind of shocks do I need on the front and back of my Buick LeSabre. And I need to find a side window on the driver side of my car.
You have a leak in your A/C system. You need to take it to someone that has the tools to find it and repair it.
If you are going to replace your shocks, which is actually struts, you need to take it to someone that knows how to replace them. They are a little dangerous if you don't watch it. Don't buy the cheepest you won't be happy with them. But you don't have to buy the most expensive ones either.
The side window you can find at your local salvage yard. Way less expensive than a new one from the dealer.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'd have them checked first to determine if it is actually the shocks, or possibly just a loose or cracked line, which should be a pretty inexpensive fix. If it turns out to be shocks, weigh it out then.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
I've had a similar problem with my 2003 Buick Century. In my case, the driver's side front window one day went up and would not come down. I knew that the switch was malfunctioning by sticking in the up position since the window continued up despite the fact that Iet off the switch when the window was half way up and it continued going up. I had to pull over and pull the master switch assembly from the door panel and unplug it to prevent the window motor from being damaged by the constant power feeding it after the window was up. Basically, it would have burned the motor out. I cleaned the switch and it now works fine most of the time. I still need to replace the assembly. Not sure this is the reason in your case. I would check the back window and see if it goes down with the switch on the back door panel. If it does, then you are having problem with the master switch assembly on your front door panel. Moisture from rain from the window being down during rain or dirt may have corroded the switches' contacts.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 buick lesabre-ac problems
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 buick lesabre AC problem
You have to find the motor that controls the blend door and open it manually to find out which one is bad there are 3 blend doors on the HV/AC system one will be where the heater core is. The other will be between the vented air and AC? heating system then the third door will operate vents in dash and defrost condition. If you have someone operate them AC system heating system and watch the blend door motors, the one you find not moving will be the one that has the problem. They have vacuum and electrical motors, if it is a acuum motor you can move the door manually with your hand, if it's electric you will have to disconnect the rod by removing the pinch clip off of the rod.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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