Question about Buick Park Avenue
I think you need new spark plug cables. Try this at night. You'll need a partner. Have them, with emergency brake on and both feet firmly on brake pedal, start car, put in drive, and give a little gas. Now while they are doing this, you should pull spark plug cords one at a time off of plugs. You should be able to see sparks jumping from the cable when held close enough to plug or engine block. I would almost bet that you won't see any spark from at least one of the six. Maybe two. You will need to cover up or pull out the little light bulb under the hood to make it dark enough to see sparks. No spark=need new cable(s).
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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