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Intermittent start problem (96 Roadmaster): latest attempt: - normal dash lights, click, all lights go out -> no interior lights or dash lights, then open door, a 30 sec buzzer and orange light near parking brake turns on... Help appreciated... __________ the click -> no start has happened several times past week, but intermittent and car worked normally 3-4 times today

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it sounds like a lot of seperate problems with the abs light just check to make sure there is plenty of brake fluid in the resovior what causes the metal to metal noise ??

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SOURCE: 96 Buick roadmaster= interior lights stay on while driving

Check to see if the over head light has shorted to ground. EG: touching roof, from weight being put on the roof. EG: Cargo hauler.

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Try looking at your battery. Check the cables to make sure they are tight and clean. Brush the corrosion off with a wire brush. Now, if you have a wiring schematic, find the ground for the interior lights and clean it up too. Oh, put vasoline on it, and the battery cables, to keep them corrosion free. Check the other grounds in the car cabin too.

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You have a short some where,trial by error,check all light power supply to see if grounding out

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Sounds like incomplete connection, check both ends of battery cables for corrosion and tightness.

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

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