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Best talk with a tyre shop on this one as they will have tyres there that will fit the 20" rims and give the clearance that you want for your car. Rim off set is important and they should have this information in catalogues. Listen to tyre shops specialists and not your "mates" as your life depends on the selection of the tyres and rims
Posted on Mar 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dont go any bigger than 18s. With rims that big, it will ride like ****, and wear out your wheel bearings, tie rod ends, and more suspension stuff.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
It is your Instrument cluster, see my answers to this question and write me if you have any more questions, it cost me a total of no more than $15 dollars to fix it myself, took be about one hour.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
check sensor on reservoir. Unplug connector to sensor to see if light goes out. If yes, replace sensor. If no, wire may be shorted.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
SOURCE: what size tires are on
20021 Buick Century Sedan - Tire Size
If you have the standard factory 15 inch (diameter) x 6.0 inch (wide) wheels then the tires fitted were size: 205/70R15 (205 is the tyre width in mm and the 15 denotes the tyre bead diameter in inches for fitting to 15 inch wheels. The R denotes the speed rating of the tire).
The tires currently fitted to the car have the size moulded into the sidewall of the tire.
However I do not know if aftermarket wheels have been put on the car and if so a different size tire from the standard factory fitment may have been fitted to the wheels.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
The power sterring fluid goes directly into the top of the pump located on the pully side of the engine.
Once you've located the power steering filler cap - which is on the passenger side just behind and under the alternator (I had to use a flashlight to find mine but it's visible if you lean over the front fender - passenger side) - the rest was easy. There is a cross brace by the firewall that I had to remove so I could get to the filler cap. The cross brace is held on by 4 nuts - 1/2" or 13mm - and removing them and the brace allows fairly easy access to the filler cap. Remove the cap and fill. I'd recommend using a small funnel since it's virtually impossible to get the power steering fluid bottle behind the alternator and around several hoses. A funnel made it a cinch. Check to be sure you don't over fill, replace the cross brace and you're finished.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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