Question about 2005 Buick Rendezvous
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it has an automatic transmission it isnt the best thing to do.The transmission pump wont suply lube to parts that need it and stand a real good chace of causeing damage due to the lack of lubrication.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
hi im wes the o2 sensor is always in the exaust newer buicks have one before the converter (sometimes in the exaust manifold) one after the converter if it has duall exaust it could have four
left bank sensor one is before the converter on drivers side bank two sensor 2 would be passanger side after the converter does this help?
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Sensor A is going to be one on the exhaust pipe close to the engine. Sensor B is behind (or in) the catalytic converter. Now we need to know if it is on bank 1 or bank 2... you can get them off with s 13/16 socket or wrench.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
You can see, but not reach the before cat sensor from underneath. To get it out, I did it from the top. Remove the 3 ignition coils (2 plug wires each) and ignition control module (this is the part that the coils plug into). You'll have to follow the O2 sensor wire to find it (you'll be working blind). Use the special deep well socket to remove it. There's not a lot of room to turn the wrench and it's difficult to get leverage to turn the sensor out. I put a 3' length of conduit over the handle of my 3/8" ratchet, as there wasn't enough room to get a breaker bar in there. Once you get the old one out it should be smooth sailing. Make sure you follow the directions and use anti-seize. After you get it installed you'll have to clear the code to get the check engine light to turn off. I went to my friendly Advance Auto store and used their scan tool, but I've read that you can also clear it by disconnecting the battery for 5 minutes and turning your headlight switch on.
Posted on Oct 30, 2011
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