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My 95 is putting out code PO341 have try every thing i know even with to two GM shop with No help even offter to pay still no help

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Camshaft position sensor or the magnet inside motor is bad.

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95 buick lesabre check engine light goes on every time i hit passing gear or climb a hill. when i restart car it is off again.


Sorry to say, that is one of those GM cars that is difficult to retrieve trouble codes without special scanners. It was on some '94 and '95 GM luxury or upscale models (your LeSabre was one), where they put in the new diagnostic connector that became standard on all cars built after 1996- and called OBD-2 (for On Board Diagnostics, second generation). The problem is, your '95 model is typical of all early '90's cars and trucks equipped with the OBD-1 system. It only has 2 digit trouble codes, and there are not a lot of them, only about 2 dozen in total. The whole system is OBD-1, but the diagnostic connector is configured like an OBD-2 connector.
Some shops might have the scanners necessary to work on your car, some with high end scanners. Of course, GM dealerships would have the right testers, but they are outrageous in prices.
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Will distributor shaft out of 96 GMC jimmy fit in a 95 GMC jimmy both have the 4.3 vortec


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I get the code P0361 on a 95 Buick Regal 3.8


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ALL P0xxx codes are universal for ALL OBDII - equipped cars
(every car sold in America since '96 model year; and a few mfr's prior to that).

If your '95 is OBD-II, that's the code.
BUT, yours *might* be the same goofy "OBD-I.5" that GM put into '94 & '95 GA's; those sockets aren't OBD-II compliant, and God may not even know those old codes.

BTW, codes with P1xxx are manufacturer-specific.

The P0xxx codes can be found at:
http://au.geocities.com/ozbrick850/obd2codes.html#obd-2

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I'm trying to change the heater core in a 2001 1/2 ton extended cab and i need to know how to get the dash out to change it


I would like to help you but there are too many things to list to get the heater plenum out. This is one of the engineering marvels that GM invented to ******** everyone who tries this. The best thing you can do is go to a library to see if they have a book you could check out.

The only thing you can do then is pay a professional or attempt this anyway.

I warn you this is NOT AN EASY JOB, not even for someone who works on these truck every day!

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