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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 door panel
gently pry around the edges of the door panel, you'll hear about 7-8 connectors pop out, then the panel will come off. the new regulator will likely come with replacement connectors in case you break one. hold the window up with screwdrivers and loosen the bolts where the window rests on the lifter. from there i believe there are just 3-4 bolts holding the regulator in, and it comes out pretty easily compared to other cars ive done. just reverse to reinstall. another note, the window rests 2 pieces of flat rubber folded over (like a taco is the best way to describe it) and after time they can get stuck on the glass. GENTLY pry them off because some rubber stuck to the window and it wouldnt fit in the new regulator, so i had to take it all back out and scrape the rubber off the window
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
The brake pressure modulator can be between $900, to $1500 depending on the exact options and braking system. Good Luck
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: how to remove brake drums buick
Frequently they are bonded with rust to to the piece where the lug nuts are mounted. Sometimes they are held because of worn down brake shoes scoring the drum (the rivets of the shoes cut grooves into the drums.) There could be a loose piece that is wedged in. The most common trick mechanics use to break the rust bond is to hit the drum with a hammer between two of the studs (being careful not to damage the threads.) If it is because of scoring the adjuster will have to be backed off till the rivets are not extended into the drum.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
I have a 2002 Buick Century. The ABS light came on intermittantly. At first it was only around some turns, then eventually it was on most of the time. In addition the actual ABS brakes pumped which was annoying.
I jacked up my car, took off the front wheel, and found an exposed wire on the hire harness. The wire was encased in a black piece of plastic which was supposed to protect it. You can peel back the plastic to look at the wires inside. The exposed wire was interferring with the signal being sent from the speed sensor.
Wrapping the wire and the entire wire harness in black electrical tape solved the problem. Not sure if my fix is going to last too long, but it definately solved the problem.
I posted two pictures on Flickr ... the URLs follow (if they don't get edited out)
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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