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Could be the bulb or the pressure switch. You should be able to ground the switch and make the light come on.
Posted on Jul 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replace heater core on 1992
It appears I was incorrect about removing the dash assembly, here are the instructions from a Buick owners club.
Under the passenger dash is an access panel that will allow you to remove the heater core, it really isn't that hard, there are lots of little dash screws and panel screws to remove before you get where you need to be but at least it is roomy. The AC evaporator is located by the heater core. I will give you a tip. I changed mine last year and the heater core that I ordered for my 92 Roadmaster was not correct, when I took my old one out and matched it in a book at the local part store, the heater core for my vehicle was listed as a 96 Caprice???? The car has been in my family since it was purchased new and the heater core had never been changed!!!! Explain that one!Oh yeah, one more tip, if your heater core is leaking, this access panel lowers towards you, if there is nasty sweet smelling water in there it will pour all over you, be careful! Caprice parts are the same as a Roadmaster,so if you ever need anything just look up caprices
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Check Under the hood, there should be a large power distribution box in there that contains relays and large amp fuses
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Do you mean the starter-motor removal?
Disconnect the battery. Disconnect the red/positive battery cable from the starter. Trace the red/positive cable to where it ends (that's the starter), disconnect it from the solenoid. Use applicable socket wrench/flat-wrench to unbolt/remove the starter-motor. Installation is reverse of removal.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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