Question about 2003 Buick LeSabre
So i replaced the left low beam bulb in my moms 2003 buick lesabre, and now it wont start. I replaced the bulb with the same part number except the wattage was 55 instead of 51, i didnt think this would be much of a problem other than it might draw more electrical power to run the bulb which could in worse case seniro blow something earlier in the circuit. the battery reads around 4-6volts connected in the car, but when i pull it out and test it reads 12? Something is drianing the power before the starter... I do not know this car at all. Could it be a relay somewhere? Is there something on the buick lesabre that is notorious for breaking? Any help would be great. Thanks and sorry about the spelling and gramar.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Parking light burnt out
You should be able to get to it by removing the headlight
Posted on May 04, 2009
Okay well here is your most likely problem,the nuetral safety switch it's located on the transaxle(transmission where the shift linkage comes in)you can test this to make sure its working but it will require conituity tester,a parts store might also test it for free,this is a $100+ dollar switch,so if needs to be replaced check with the local salvage yards to see if you can get one used.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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