Question about 1998 Buick Park Avenue
I had a similar prblem after I jumped start . I read somewhere on a forum (Iwish I could find it and thank the guy) that you could use a strong magnet to rotate the needle counterclockwise to it's normal reading. Then if it doesn't stay ther you could drill a small hole and cement a post just to the right of the FULL mark. I used the magnet (has to be a strong one) and did as the gentleman said. Mine works GREAT w/o having to drill any holes. SAVED ME A BUNDLE!!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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