Question about 2005 Buick LaCrosse
Renoved all bolts and covering bar.The battery is loose but cannot lift it out due to space confinement. Openied the fuse box to get a little more room but still no luck. Any suggestions? Thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is a support bar that comes in handy in a front end collision, but you will be fine removing it long enough to replace the battery.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
dear friend-your firts step is to check the globes,and beliexe me they can blow at once,check the current at the plug and then check for burnt wiring
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
it sounds like the bamping springs have broken and the drum is wiping about on spin up,,,it need to be fixed fast before it rips its self to bits inside, what will happen is the water inlet pipes will tear away from the velves inside the washer and you will get flooded out,,
have it checked out soon
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
There is a bulletin for this fix.The bulletin number is 05-01-39-001A.This pertains to the blower motor staying on after key is shut off.What you will have to do is replace the blower motor resistor module and install a capacitor in the wiring.Part number is 25073556 for the capacitor.The blower motor is on the right side under the dash.Just remove the insulator panel and you should be able to see it if you look up into the dash.Or turn it on and listen for the blower motor.Disconnect the connector to the blower motor control module.Find cavity a and c.Cavity a is negative and cavity c is positive.C is red and A is black.Splice the positive lead of the capacitor to the red wire and the negative to the black wire.You should use splice sleeves and solder the wire on.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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