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How do i reconnect a starter to a 1997 buick century

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Large wires on the big posts one small wire on the small post closest to the radiator

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I have a 1995 buick century trying to take out my valet remote starter but need help disconnecting all the wires my lights dont work and my brakes lights dont work! Can someone please help thank you!


ummm you have a dandy there. sounds to me like who ever installed it cut the wires to connect the remote unit. You will have to find all the wires and reconnect them.

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Replace starter


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Starter location


The starter is mounted to the engine at the junction of the transmission under the exhaust manifold. You can follow the battery cable down to it.
The auto parts store can show you one for viewing.

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Reconnect a horn for a 1995 Buick Century


The easy way is to locate the horn under the hood of your car and reconnect the wires to the horn

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I have 1997 buick century and i was stopped at a light and the car inside lights started flashing and the car cut off and would not start back. radio was working and would not take a jump. does nothing...


Check for power at starter solenoid on switch side (purple wire) should have 12-12.6 volts if you have power to the solenoid and it won't do anything then the starter is bad.

Apr 21, 2011 | 1997 Buick Century

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How to remove and replace a starter on a 1995 Buick Century Custom, with a 3.1 Liter, V6 engine.


remove the negative battery cable, if you lie down in front of the car, you will see the starter on the front of the engine, has a couple of 15mm bolts holding it in. unplug it if its got a plug, and take the wire off... probably a 10mm. when you install the new one dont let the stud turn when you put the wire back on with the 10mm, if it turns you may as well go get another starter, just a little move wont hurt nothing, but if you move it far, save yourself some time and get another...bolt back in, plug wire in, reconnect battery cable, and your on your way.

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1997 Buick Century only clicks (twice) when I try to start it


bad battery, replace the battery, if the problem persists have the starter checked

Oct 18, 2010 | 1997 Buick Century

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I want a second key to my 1997 buick century. It


You can get one made by a locksmith, after the vehicle is about 10 years old the Dealer stop making the keys, you will have to pay about $80-$100 for the key.

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1991 Century Buick V6 starter replacement.


remove the positive battery cable from the post
remove the 3 wires from the starter and the two bolts holding the starter to the block.
reverse the procedure for installation.

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