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Does my Buick LeSabre 1992 have chassis lubrication points?


lubrication points will be ball joints and "U" joints
I suggest that to enable you to successfully find all the points, that you have the local mechanic do the job and while he is at it to point out the locations to you so that next time you can do it your self

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Power door lock mechanisms required periodic lubrication to work correctly. Without periodic lubrication, the mechanisms stick and, eventually, the lock solenoid will fail and require replacement. As a rule, the power lock mechanisms and power window regulators should be lubricated every two to three years.
Begin by removing the door panel and lubricating all points of the lock mechanism, including the solenoid plunger. If that does not correct the condition, look for broken parts and mechanical obstructions. Manually move the solenoid plunger to make sure that the mechanism is not seized. If the mechanism will not move, detach the mechanism from the actuator solenoid and see if the solenoid itself has seized.
Check that the lock solenoid is receiving 12V when the LOCK/UNLOCK button is actuated. If not, trace down the electrical fault. If the mechanism moves freely, and there is voltage at the connector when the switch is actuated, the solenoid has burned out and should be replaced.

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Rear suspension is not lifting up and 'check ride control' lights up. While driving, the rear drags and I bounce around. How much will cost to fix this problem?


you may find that the little air pump for the suspension has siezed, I had the same problem with my car and found that the pumps are only lightly lubricated with with a grease type lubricant but the lubricant eventually dries and the piston wont slide up and down the bore as the piston has rubber "O" rings on it and wont slide in a dry bore.
The pump for mine was located under the right side front guard.
I ended up removing the rear air shocks and replaced them with normal air shocks with the tyre type valve that you pump up at the garage, never had any more trouble after that.
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Have taken apart but cant get new or old pads back on now. not enough space and part that should move back to make space wont seems to be jammed or siezed. have tried letting out brake fluid but didnt...


  • To install: Front
  1. Compress the piston of the disc brake caliper.
  2. Install the brake pads and caliper assembly.
  3. Lubricate the guide pin. Tighten the guide pin to 16-23 ft. lbs. (22-31 Nm).
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REAR :
  1. Pull out the pad springs and then remove the pads and shims.

To install:

  1. Clean the piston end of the caliper body and the area around the pin holes. Be careful not to get oil on the rotor.
  2. Carefully turn the piston clockwise back into the caliper body (this can be done with a pair of needle nose pliers). Take care not to damage the piston boot.
  3. Coat the pad contact area on the mounting support with a silicone based grease.
A special tool is available to rotate the caliper piston

WARNING

Do not press the piston into the bore as performed on the front disc brakes. Due to the parking brake mechanism, the caliper piston must be turned into the bore.

WARNING

Do not press the piston into the bore as performed on the front disc brakes. Due to the parking brake mechanism, the caliper piston must be turned into the bore.
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