Question about Buick Cars & Trucks
If you have to ask, you may not be competent to do it! Just kidding. Boost gauge is reading intake manifold pressure, so sender can go anywhere between turbo and intake ports into cylinder head. Often you can find a port into the intake which is plugged and not being used.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Sounds like the accumulator ball on the side of the master cylinder. I don't know how to check it,but what ever you do just don't unscrew it with out knowing what you are doing they have to have the pressure taken out of them by pressing the brakes at least 10 times with the engine off. That thing will take off like a rocket if you don't. Or the simple thing is air in the lines start bleeding from the furthest tire to closest.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Symptoms Like this usually point to the Fuel pump.
Also these cars suffer from inferior wiring to the fuel pumps and a substantial Voltage drop is noted between the Fuel pump relay and the Pump harness.
The fix for this is a "Hotwire" Kit
Fuel pump kits with a Hotwire kit are available at numerous Buick performance Vendors but the best stuff in my opinion come from Racetronix,com
You should also change the Prom Chip in the ECM to a modern
Chip from Turbotweak.
This will improve driveability greatly.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
you don`t say where they keep breaking.if its around the bolts then you can use a thicker washer this might help.if the tracking system that the seat slides on then if there is room you might be able to weld a re-enforcing plate to the system where it cracks to stop it.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
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