Question about 2004 Buick LeSabre
Car runs rough when I put it in gear, however it smooths out when I accelerate. It just started this afternoon when I got off work stopped at a stop light and I could feel it I have never had this problem before. If it makes a difference gas tank is less than a quarter tank and needs an oil change.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: flashig oil light
You either have a loose/worn engine bearing or a worn out oil pump, do not drive the car this way, you will cause serious damage to the whole engine. A oil switch is for a light, it turns on the light when oil pressure falls below about 10 PSI, a sending unit is for a guage that shows oil pressure with a scale, it may have numbers on the guage or just green and red, or high and low.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
Sometimes a rough idle like that is a fuel filter. As you've already done the plugs and wires the fuel filter would be my next bet.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
The problem is with a set of resistors on the back of the instrument cluster. If you remove the trim panel in front of the cluster, there are four screws holding the cluster in. Remove the four screws and remove the cluster. Unplug it from the wire harness and flip it over. Unclip the back black plastic cover. Pull the printed circuit board straight out. Now, flip the board over and look on the top right quadrant just to the left of the trip odometer button. You will see up to four small cylindrical resistors. There should be four, but the solder on these seems to give out and they fall off the board. How I fixed mine was to go to Radio Shack and get 4 1/2Watt 150Ohm resistors and solder them in place of the four lousy ones. Reading the old ones, they ran from 127Ohm, to 154Ohm. Checking on other posts, I have seen that they are supposed to be 125Ohm, but either way, the 150Ohm was the closest I could get and they worked perfectly.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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