Question about 1995 Buick Skylark
Posted by Anonymous on
Id say there's a problem with the system ground..undo the lug that connects to the chassis ground and wirebrush that lug...and the space where it bolts to, think that insufficient ground to the relay box has the relays dropping out....combined with a battery that may be older than five years old has led to a relay dropping out....the fuel pump or ignition relay is not seeing sufficient voltage to stay engaged....test at the relay box for GROUND...and varying voltages from the corrosion that is holding up the show
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
neutral safety switch...the linkage isnt allowing it to fully be placced in park so the signal is acting like it is in reverse, it is in the collumn
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
Here is the firing order for that vehicle and engine, that is if it does have a Buick engine with the distributor mounted on the front of the engine, but if the distributor is mounted on the back of the engine then it is an Oldsmobile engine and I have that firing order diagram also if you require it.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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