Question about 2000 Buick Park Avenue
Sunday last, I changed the Serpentine belt on my 98 Park Ave and had removed the battery (for more elbow room). Got everything back together and the gas gauge didn't work, which I corrected with the magnet. Two days later, the wife called me and said that now the speedometer does not work. Suppose the magnet made that stop working? It worked before I did the work and it worked the day after that.
Found the problem with the speedometer on my Buick. When you use the magnet to fix the gas gauge, will can and may affect your speedo. So use the magnet trick on it as well. Appears that the manufacturer didn't think about the needles being able to swing past the magnet they have set up in the gauges. Should have put a stop pin on the gauges.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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