I have never replaced shocks on this car and a buddy of mine told that I would have to take something loose (off) in the trunk like a panel or something is this true if so is there somewhere I can find a pic somewhere
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Re: replacing rear shocks on 92 buick regal custom
You buddy it telling you is true but if you are replacing the shocks with new what i would do is take off the rear tires put both side on jake stands and put something under the front wheel so it does not roll and take a hack saw or a air cut off tool or a sawzaw but then all you have to to do it remove the panel in the truck and then install the new ones.
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It sounds like a fuel pump resister. I had exact same problem with my regal, resistor has 2 black leads, ceramic and it shapes like horse shoe. mine cost $79.95. Before I know this, I had the dealer replaced fuel pump, fuel filter still didn't fix the problem, and they suggested injector madulator. Very fortunate I ran into a friend has the same 1999 buick regal V6 SC and had same problem told me about this fix. I called 4 buick dealership parts dept.and asked to buy a fuel pump resistor they all told me that there no such thing! So, if want this p[art go to GM parts dealership. And ask them to show you where it locates. Because it hidden inside engine compartment.
Spray some penetrating lubricant around all the edges of the rotor (front and back), give it about 25-30 minutes to soak in, and then go to town on it with a hammer banging on one side and then the other (North south, East west, South east north west etc)