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My 2002 buick park avenue used to ride smooth but now i feel every bump

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Lower rear end of 2002 Park Avenue


Does your Buick have electronic level control (ELC), which utilizes air adjustable shocks. ELC maintains the rear trim height under a wide range of loads. Refer to ELC, as applicable ? Have you changed shocks on the back ?

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How do i remove the overhead console on my 2000 buick park avenue.


from a parts store, obtain a trim removal tool. You'll find a series of clips holding the plastic in place and can use this smooth tool to gently pry it off of the headliner without marring anything. Use the tool to feel around the outside edge of the console and pry down when you feel a clip that's holding it up.

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My back wheel when it hit a pot hole or any other bump in the street it bounce or not enough bounce to it ...the struts are ok an suspension is ok I was told so whats goin on..can u help me


I not sure if I fully understand your question. Are you asking should your car be bouncing more when you hit a bump or pot hole?

Well this is how struts and shocks are suppose to work: Struts and shocks are suppose to assist in providing a smooth ride, when you hit a bump or pot hole the struts and shocks absorb the force so you won't feel the full impact when driving. A good set of struts and shocks will eliminate excessive bouncing when driving or when you come across bumps and other mishaps in the road. So inconclusion if your car is not doing a whole lot of bouncing when you are driving that is a good thing, because that means your struts and shocks are doing their job and that means there is nothing wrong with them.

Oct 16, 2010 | 1992 Buick Park Avenue

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The rear of my 2002 buick park avenue car ride real bad. it use to be smooth riding but now you feel every dip or hole in the road. When i cut the car on in the back i hear something like some kind of a...


Your car is kind of new so I would be shocked if the shocks or struts or springs depending on the model are bad but you may want to check them. In regards to hearing the motor running in the back sounds like it is your fuel pump. hope this helps

Aug 24, 2010 | 2002 Buick Park Avenue

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Steering is not smooth on my 1999 buick park avenue


Check the fluid level in the power steering reservoir.

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1998 Buick Park Avenue, replaced serp belt, but now no tension.


Hello. The tension can be adjusted. Just loosen the tensioning pulley, use a crow bar to put tension on the serpentine belt and tighten that tensioning pulley back down. Joe

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When stopped, there is a motion in the back much as if the car has been bumped. Any ideas?


Check ur "U" bolts, connect axle to springs, check spring bushings and sway and stabalizer bar bushings

Jul 15, 2009 | 2002 Buick Park Avenue

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I have a 96 buick park avenue. On the passanger


it is a small compressor for the ride control it pumps air to shocks individually to maintain a stable smooth ride unnecessary but good to have

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