Question about 1996 Buick Park Avenue
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What may have happened is that one of the tire pressure sensors was damaged, or the system was not reset.
The tire presure sensors use radio frequency to tell the module the tires presure and location. Replacing tires can sometimes damage them. The sensor is part of the valve stem. Use the driver info buttons to go to the tire pressure / location info. If you see " -- ", then the system cannot read the tires. Tech JK
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Chances are one of the motors has gone out. There are 3 motors for each of your power seats. One controls the forward/backward motion, one controls up/down/tilt, and the third controls the reclining seat back. In my '95 model, there is one fuse for the seats under the driver's side dashboard. There should be a diagram inside the fuse panel cover denoting which one controls the seats. Hope that helps!
Posted on May 08, 2009
Firt - study & write down (draw) the belt path,,
and be sure about it..
Then - put a wrench on the nut in the center of the tension pully.. Move the tension pully to loosen the belt.. Pull belt off..
Repeat to put new one on..
Should be pretty easy..
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
put a mechanical gauge in place temporarily of the sending unit, the one by the passenger side c.v. axle and c if there pressure or not. if the motor is noisy then you dont have pressure either. dont run tow to mechanic, oil pumps are common to fail on first and secong generation 3800s. check oil too make sure its not foamy like a milkshake, this would mean coolant in oil which will cause low-no oil pressure. let me know what you find and i will advise from there
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
one of the pullys should be a tensoner....use a strong bar and take the tenson off the belt remove the belt and do the same thing when u put the new belt on
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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