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Remove 2005 park avenue dash

How does one remove this dash to access climate control module

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Check with your dealer parts counter to see if they can give you some information. With the economy being slow, they may be more than helpful. Especially, if they have a chance to sell you the part.

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I have a Buick park ave the climate control stay on after I take the key out of the ignitio .


It's probably the control module , or as they call it heater an A/C programmer , Or the blower control module . You should take it an have it checked out , probably has a code stored in the control module !

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It looks like the entertainment center and climate control bezel should be removable, w/out pulling the dash. You can get a diagram from your dealer's parts dept.

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You have damaged something in the climate control module, there is not a reset.

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1995 buick park avenue a/c digital face stoped working and now blowing cold air all the time


Quite possible a blown fuse. However there is also a blower control module located under the hood near the center of the fire wall. It bolts into the heater box assembly, not to far from the blower motor. You may have to remove the relay/fuse cover assembly to see it. They are known to short out and cause all kinds of problems. Remember though it could also be a simple fuse in that area or under the dash. The worst case here is the whole climate control system in the dash failed.

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1996 Park Ave, blower motor is intermittent... when it does work, the speed changes when I take a turn. It has Climate Control, so I think the control module is the culprit, but I can't find the darn...


Automatic climate control? The HVAC control module is the part with the buttons that control the heater in the dash.

The first thing I would do is access the blower motor. With key on and/or the engine running wiggle the connector at the blower motor. It you get the same symptom than replace the blower motor. I run into quite a few of these with this symptom.

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How do you get the stock radio deck out of a 1991 buick park avenue?


*It's a bit tricky but not difficult, if you know how the dash in the Park Avenue is put together. But before you do anything, safety first. *Disconnect the negative cable from the battery before doing any electrical work on a car. This prevents shorting out your cars electrical system.

*If you own the 90 -91 Park Avenue model, simply pull off the decorative trim away from the radio to expose the torq screws that hold the radio into the dash. You will need a torq screwdriver of the right size to remove the radio.
Available from your local autoparts store.

*If you own the 91-92 model, it's a whole different ball game. This since the dash is much more tightly compacted. It's a combination of a snap together assembly and Torq screws. The dash is held together in columns or sections.

*The torq screws on these models are hidden behind the heater vents in the upper dash. First pry the wooden trim (Which surrounds the climate control module) on the bottom of the dash off, gently but firmly until it comes free, exposing the Torq screws on the lower dash. Remove the heater vents (hiding the upper screws ) by popping them out with a straight blade screw driver. Then remove all Torq screws visible to the eye, only from the column that is holding is holding the radio in place.

*You will then be able to remove the black colored plastic off the dash to expose the radio. (Use care when removing the lower dash column as some climate control and airbag sensors might be embedded).

*Remove all Torq screws holding the radio in place, (and keep track of all screws) pull the radio out of the dash, and disconnect electrical connectors. If you'll be replacing the stock radio with a non factory radio, make sure all electrical connection watch up, since security feature in the radio are integrated into the radio. (some of these effect basic function on your vehicle like the headlights) If you will be reinstalling the stock radio, you will have to have it unlocked by the dealership. The DelcoLoc system will now think the radio is stolen, because of it's internal security features. Installation is the reverse of removal.

Hope this helps.

May 20, 2010 | 1991 Buick Park Avenue

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Need to find heater blower resistor on 1991 Buick Park Avenue


GM: Electra/Park Avenue/Ninety-Eight 1990-1993 REpair Guide
Blower Resistor Module


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Fig. 1 Blower resistor assembly is underneath the fuse block
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the rear sight shield.
  3. Remove the fuse/relay block assembly and bracket.
  4. Disconnect the resistor module connector.
  5. Remove the retaining screws and remove the resistor module.

To install:
  1. Inspect the gasket and replace or repair as required.
  2. Install the resistor module and secure with screws.
  3. Connect the resistor module connector.
  4. Install the bracket and fuse/relay block assembly. Install the sight shield.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable, and check the climate control system for proper operation.
Hope this help (remember rated and comment this).

Mar 29, 2010 | 1991 Buick Park Avenue

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1995 Buick Climate Controls Going Crazy


Same thing happened with my 95 park avenue a few weeks ago. I talked to a guy I know who is a GM mechanic and he says that the module (the thing on the dash with all the buttons and the temperature display) is broken and needed to be replaced. These computer modules just get funny with age and eventually have to be replaced. You can find one pretty easy on ebay motors. It's not hard to replace, you just have to take apart the dash and take out the old module and put the new one in. Hope this helps!

Mar 25, 2010 | 1995 Buick Park Avenue

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92 park ave climate control


There is a climate control module behind dash on passenger side probably going to be the problem

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1996 Buick Park Avenue - HVAC doesn't turn off even with key out


You need a blower control module ... located under the relays and fuses on the firewall.

They run about $150.

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