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I have a buick 3800 code is 361 est not togging what that mean

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  • oharadriver Apr 14, 2009

    would that be a coil pack or cam sensor

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EST is electronic spark timing, you need to have the system tested by GM

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    yadayada Apr 14, 2009

    neither, do you have access to a scanner for your engine? the 2 digit code is easier to look up.

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Buick Park Ave code 42 "EST"?


Depends. You would need a volt-ohm meter and the book to get the testing steps. You may need a scanner too.
You would need to be able to test the circuits in the ignition control module where the coils are mounted and the crank - cam sensors.

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I need steps to install a serpentine belt for a 1998 Buick Lesabre 3.8 liter motor. i need this info ASAP please!


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What does infl. rest. means? I have a 1992 buick Lesabre abs brakes 3800 engine.


It means inflatable restraint.This is part of the air bag system on your vehicle.If the light is on in the dash you will need to get the codes read to see what could be causing the problem.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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95 buick riviera supercharger


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1992 buick 3800 series 3.8 liters, code 41 diagnostics what does this mean?


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