Question about 2007 Buick LaCrosse CXL Sedan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi from uk most rear brake calipers have auto adjust mechanism and yours may be the same as on uk models whereas to compress the piston back into caliper to facilitate fitting new pads ? you have to both press and rotate piston and this sends piston back on the screw auto adjuster you will notice that piston has a couple of slots on its head ? this is there for enabling screw back having said this there is a rear caliper piston compress tool that does this job and the cheapest tool and good quality is made by draper tools and costs approx £10 in uk but can be obtained at any good auto stores and has instructions on use well worth the investment ? just one tip pistons normally screw back clockwise however! on fiats? the nearside screws anticlockwise so just observe that piston is going back when rotating c/wise if not you can fit a 3/8" drive extension and t bar to the rotator boss and using pressure ?turn piston a/clockwise hope this helps one word of advice !make sure you bleed brakes afterwards to clear out dirty fluid untill clean fluid shows this will improve brake pedal best wishes from uk
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
The only way I know of to add transmission fluid to a transmission is through the same tube that the dip-stick is in. Add about 1/4 quart at a time. Usually, it is added while the engine is warm, idling in park or in neutral. It should tell you on the dipstick itself. Be sure it is on level ground. Do not overfill, or it will leak forever.
If the transmission level is low, then it must have leaked out in the first place. Try to find a leak by parking over night on fresh newspaper, and observe the paper the next day. If it is towards the front, then it might be the tubes going to the radiator, which cools the tranny oil right along with the engine coolant. If it is in the middle of the engine compartment, then it is the front seal, a major repair, so just maintain the level until the end of the car's lifetime. If it is towards the end of the engine compartment, then it is just an output seal, an easy fix by a competent mechanic.
Most transmission shops, as well as brake shops, will give you a free inspection. Sometimes, Wall Mart will too.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
SOURCE: how to reset oil light
1. Turn on ignition 2. Press the option button on your DIC until ENGINE OIL MONITOR appears. 3. Press the set reset button. A brief message will be displayed. 4. Turn the ignition off, then start engine to verify the reset. Hope this helps... Please vote.
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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