Question about 2000 Buick Park Avenue
How to stop outside air leak, near brake pedal. Carpet covers what looks like a hydraulic line, which penetrates the carpet through a slit. Air leak seems to be from the area where the line goes up to the engine compartment or in front of it. Can't see anything obvious. What should I lok for? Is there a vent that needs to be closed?
Some cars, and maybe yours, have positive air flow built in to the heating and air conditioning system. That means as long as the engine is running, the blower fan is running at low speed to circulate air into the car. Perhaps that is what is happening in your case.
That line of which you speak probably had a rubber sealing-gasket around it at one time.
I might think something knocked the plug out.
First thing that pops into my mind is, was the car ever in an accident?
If you definitely find a hole in the floorboard or firewall, you might take something and try to plug it up yourself, like a piece of a sponge, some plastic, some putty, or something else.
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
resealing the windshield should solve the problem i like to recommend safe lite auto. if there is no sweet smell in the car then it is the windshield. if it is sweet smell this would be a heater core.thanks for your question!
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
you need to replace whatever section if line thats bad you need wrenches bake fluid and a brake bleeder tool and someone to help bleed the lines
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Your AC overflow is clogged up, it needs to be cleaned out. It is a little rubber hose sticking through the fire wall on the passenger side up front, bugs and dirt get in there and clog it up, then the ac will flood the floor. The seat can be unbolted from the floor and lifted out, these bolts are fine thread and high torque, meaning it takes a while to get them out, if you have an air ratchet , use it. The chair is probably wired down, so don't forget that when you have an arm full of chair and can't move. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
Testimonial: "Many Thanks-I am going to attempt to remove the seat w/o an impact tool. If successful I will also remove the airbag module, any thoughts on a less expensive source for one? Buick garage wants $355.00 for one. "
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