Question about 2004 Buick Rainier
Lamin, if your clutch sounds like an airplane, it's fully engaged, you need to replace it. If you already replaced it an you hear the common "tic tic tic", try replacing your fan clutch with a newer version OR have your software updated at the dealer, there is a TSB for it. Both problems are very very very common. While you're in there, replace your water pump. To make this job easy, cut a notch on the top of the shroud where the radiator inlet is.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check engine light comes on when the computer detects a malfunction in the emision control system, could be a loose or broken vacumm line, loose gas cap or a sensor.
Drive your vehicle to an AutoZone store, ask them to retreive the trouble codes from your computer memory, they will do that and a print out of the codes and their meaning. This a free service they provide for their customers.
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Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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SOURCE: how many hours will it
Something like an alternator,you should be doing yourself
All motor vehicle questions pertaining to time & price, need
to be asked at different repair shops
The degree of difficulty & different shop hourly rates vary,
have to ask the shops or mechants
The main thing is, why do you need an alternator ?
You need that answer
You also need to know how the system was tested in detail
You need the education & you need to know a repair shop
isn't just guessing at your expense
Posted on Aug 01, 2011
Depending on engine model traditional Buick design V-6 3800 switch is located in oil filter adapter housing can be seen on passenger side through wheel well. takes a deep 1 1/16 oil pressure socket to replace. Other model Chevy base V-6 3400 located next to oil filter on the front side of engine just above engine cradle frame this one uses a shorter sensor can be replace with a standard socket. 1 1/16 also
Posted on Nov 08, 2013
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