Question about 1988 Buick Electra
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Commonly submerged in the fuel tank. Some require the removal of the bottom rear seat, others need entire tank dropped to access.
If memory serves, you will need to drop the tank to access on the P.Ave.
Save yourself some time and pop off the rear seat just to be sure.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
there is no easy way to change out a heater core...you have to take the bottom part of the dash loose and that takes some doing. once you get the bottom of the dash apart you will see the heater core.then you have to go under the hood and unhook both water lines that run to it, you should then be able to pull the heater core out and install the new one
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Check the battery connections and the battery itself the battery must be charged and tested, clean the battery terminals charge the battery and try to start, if no luck take the battery to an auto parts store to have it tested for free replace battery if neccessary, always wear safety glasses when working near a battery. If the battery is good and connections are good replace the starter, but you may want to check the connections at the starter first before purchasing a starter there may be corrosion on the connections.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
SOURCE: 91 buick park ave wont start
You need to first stop guessing and start making some reasonable tests to see if you even have any fire. Put a spark tester on your spark plugs and turn the vehicle over to see if the spark tester lights up...then if it does, spray some ether in the vehicle' air intake to throttle body, and see if it is capable of running. This is a place to start then you can give me more informaiton after these tests and they don't cost you too much to do, then we can go from there...might even be able to get you running.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
1988 Buick Electra Park Avenue 3.8 liter V-6 VIN "3"
Identifying Ignition Types I and II
On Type I coil packs, three twin tower ignition coils are combined into a single coil pack unit
On Type II coil packs, the coils can be replaced separatelyand the ignition wires are all on the same side of the coil pack.
With Type I Ignition
With Type II Ignition
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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