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1998 Buick Park Ave Gauge cluster and computer display turned off, gas gauge and dash lights still work. Blinked on and off before completely turning of

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SOURCE: 1998 Buick Park - gas gauge gone fully clockwise to rest UNDER the fixed stop pin

We use a magnet wrapped in a soft cloth [so as not to scratch the dash] to turn the needle completely around again. No special tool needed

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 1998 Buick Park Ave Speedometer stopped working.

Found the problem with the speedometer on my Buick. When you use the magnet to fix the gas gauge, will can and may affect your speedo. So use the magnet trick on it as well. Appears that the manufacturer didn't think about the needles being able to swing past the magnet they have set up in the gauges. Should have put a stop pin on the gauges.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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SOURCE: fuse box location on 1998 buick park ave

RIght hand side of the car behind a panel...3 clips hold it pull it off...Under the hood same side of car MASTER fuse box.....GARY KNOWS ALL ANSWERED THIS

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 buick lesbre gas gauge not working

Yuo don't have to drop the tank there is a acsess panel in the trunk

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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SOURCE: gas gauge stuck under tab

I had the same problem. I carefully removed the dash panel around the dash board (it just snaps out), undid the dash board mounting screws, took out the dash board assembly, disconnected it, removed the plastic lens, and gently turned back the needle. To make sure it didn't happen again I drilled a tiny hole opposite the little post already there (next to the full side) and screwed a tiny screw into it. I then put it all back together and it has worked ever since. While I had it a part I also put a tiny screw on the temperature gauge side so it wouldn't have the same problem. Good luck.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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Buick Park Ave Lighting/Electrical Problem


the common system problem look like the headlights switch
and cluster back bulbs .... remove front panel cluster and remove headlight switch look for burn wire or connector terminal. test light
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Always check your fuses first to see if they are blown.

Jan 27, 2013 | 1998 Buick Park Avenue

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Is there a fuse for the gas gauge on a 2000 Buick Park Ave


Its the same fuse that powers the rest of the instrument cluster.
Should be marked "gauges" or "inst".
The fuel filter should be in the fuel line between the gas tank and the engine. The line runs under the floor of the car.

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1 have a 1998 Buick park ave and my gas gauge doesn't work and my temp gauge is not working just the rpm and the mph work whats the deal with that?


behind the dash your gauges have come unhooked or dirty contacts clean them put them back on have to take apart dassh

Sep 13, 2010 | 1998 Buick Park Avenue

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Gas gauge has stopped working on 1998 Buick Park avenue, could it be a fuse?


If it was the sending unit, it is accessible through the trunk floor. A problem I have with my Park Ave gas gauge is when I get a dead battery and try to start the car, the needles will twitch and it sends my gas gauge needle to the far right side. This causes it to rotate/fall under the proper gauge are and come up under the rest pin on the left side. When that happens, I have to pull my whole instrument cluster and rotate it around so the needle goes back up to the top.
Check where you needle is the next time you turn the key to run. If its under the little rest pin at the empty position of the gas gauge, then this should be the fix.

Sep 03, 2009 | 1998 Buick Park Avenue

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Gas gauge stuck under tab


I had the same problem. I carefully removed the dash panel around the dash board (it just snaps out), undid the dash board mounting screws, took out the dash board assembly, disconnected it, removed the plastic lens, and gently turned back the needle. To make sure it didn't happen again I drilled a tiny hole opposite the little post already there (next to the full side) and screwed a tiny screw into it. I then put it all back together and it has worked ever since. While I had it a part I also put a tiny screw on the temperature gauge side so it wouldn't have the same problem. Good luck.

Apr 20, 2009 | 1998 Buick Park Avenue

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The digital module in the dash was replaced


you cannot repair componets in electronic insterment cluster , will need a cluster assy. at the dealership I worked at we would eather send the cust. cluster to delco in la for repair or they would fedex us an exchange cluster ( remanfactured) could try a wrecking yard but you never know what your getting , espically with electronic compnets. hope the info is helpful S.R. Peace

Apr 09, 2009 | 1998 Buick Park Avenue

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1998 Buick Park Ave Speedometer stopped working.


Found the problem with the speedometer on my Buick. When you use the magnet to fix the gas gauge, will can and may affect your speedo. So use the magnet trick on it as well. Appears that the manufacturer didn't think about the needles being able to swing past the magnet they have set up in the gauges. Should have put a stop pin on the gauges.

Jan 27, 2009 | 2000 Buick Park Avenue

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1997 Buick Park Avenue


I followed this advice and fixed mine with a couple of magnets. 

Sep 20, 2008 | 1997 Buick Park Avenue

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