Question about 1999 Buick Park Avenue
If that has a 3.8 engine you should look at the fuel pressure regulator that is easy to see in the front part of engine on fuel rail. You will need to pull up the engine cover. Loosen the total oil filler, that is the cap and the piece the cap locks onto.Then the cover snaps off. Some of those regulators were plastic and leaked. Start the car after you have the cover off the engine and look for gas leaks. BE VERY CAREFUL GAS FUMES IGNITE EASILY.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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