88' Buick Park Avenue the Climnate control is not working.
On my 88' Buick Park Avenue, the climnate control panel is not working, the power locks and windows are not working on most of the doors and the turn signals are not working and the side panel lights are not working, the horn is not working. Any suggestion would be helpful.
Re: 88' Buick Park Avenue the Climnate control is not...
Well just guessing here that you think it's a fuse, or fuse's because you're looking for the fuse panel. I can almost certainly say it's not the fuses, as each of the problems you've described are run off separate fuses. Unless this car was just bought, The fuses may of been removed. If this is the case, I BELIEVE the fuse panel in this car is located on the left hand side, between the door and the dash.
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see the diagram attached. test the cables, connector, for open, dirty, bad contacts. Switch, test for bad contacts, clean with contact cleaner, and finally test the motor for open or faulty.Test the fuse or . c.breaker for open or faulty, and clean contacts. God bless you
These are a pain to do so you will need to remove the small trim peice behind the inside door handle to get to a small screw holding the door trim on. Next retaining clips hold on the sides and bottom door trim. Some screws may be on the bottom too on some models. using an old tablr fork helps out by removing the center fork prongs which will be used as a pry bar to pry up on these clips. Once removed you can gain access to the switch. Some models will let you pry out the switch panel instead of removing the whole door trim. If the switch is mounted in a panel that is separate from the door trim it will come out that way separately
Will the windows go up and or lock from the respective doors? Is this the master control on the driver that does not respond? If so remove the driver door panel ( see 97 Park Ave door lock for instructions ) and check the wireing harness located under the switch control panel, make sure all are pluged in well and are not damaged. If the wireing harness is in good repair You might want to check salvage yards for the appropiate control switch replacement. ( watch them remove it from the junker and you'll know how to install it )
You may have gotten water and/or ice down into the controls in the door. Replacing expensive (several hundred dollars) modules might solve the problem. When the weather wams up it might go away on its own. I avoid opening my windows in the winter now that I know my Park Avenue is susceptible to the problem.