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My buick is acting up help!!

Ive been having a problem with my 94 buick. its happened twice. when ive stopped and was about to turn the oil light, the temp light and the batery light have been coming on at the same time and then it wont pick up speed at all. ive been at an intersection both times its happened and im really getting scared that im gonna get hit one of these time. i cant figure out what is causing it but i think that it could be a bad sensor?? help!

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  • m_whitchurch Aug 26, 2008

    I have a 94 Buick LeSabre and every time i put my foot on the brake to slow down my car goes below 1000 RPMs it never did that before and when I come to a complete stop my car just dies. I have to start it at least twice in a row before it will actually stay on more than just a minute.

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I just got a new battery and the fluids are all at the right level its not a simple solution. im thinking its one of the scensors but im not sure

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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Check all fluid levels, replace battery with new one

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Ok. ive posted about my 93 buick park ave dieing when i stop . i was told brake booster which made sence but didnt work.now what uggg!. someone told me harmonic balancer. thoughts?


If that happens after you drove at speeds over 60km/h, there is a good chance that the lock up torque converter of your transmission does not disengage; to test that, drive the car at normal highway speed for a little while and put the gear selector in NEUTRAL before you stop. If the engine keeps on running, there's your problem

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Buick service light 1991-01


LeSabre,
Park Avenue


2000-01

Turn the ignition to ON. Press the GAUGE INFO button on the driver information center (DIC) switch to view OIL LIFE INDEX. Press and hold the RESET button on the DIC until the display reads OIL LIFE INDEX 100% NORMAL. The engine oil life monitor is now reset. Turn the ignition OFF.



Park Avenue


1997-99

When "OIL LIFE INDEX CHANGE OIL" appears in the Driver Information Center, press and hold the "RESET" button while the oil life index is being displayed. After 5 seconds, the oil life will change to 100%



Le Sabre,
Park Avenue


1995-99
1995-96

When "CHANGE OIL SOON" light is illuminated, access the reset button in the glove box. With the engine off and the ignition switch in the run position, press and hold the button for at least 5 seconds. The light will flash four times and then go out.



Century,
Regal,
Roadmaster


1997-01,
1996-01,
1995-96.

To reset the "CHANGE OIL" light, turn the ignition switch to the run position with the engine off. Fully depress and release the accelerator pedal three times within 5 seconds. The light will flash twice and go out.



Roadmaster


1994

To reset the "CHANGE OIL" light, turn the ignition switch to the run position with the engine off. Access the reset button on the end of the instrument panel by the fuse block. Press the switch and hold it for at least 5 seconds.



Le Sabre,
Park Avenue


1992-94,
1991-94

When "CHANGE OIL SOON" light is illuminated, find the hole in the underside of the dash on the passenger side near the door. Insert a blunt instrument into the hole and press the switch. The light will flash four times when the system is reset.











on Dec 07, 2009 | Buick LeSabre Cars & Trucks

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Buick rendevous 2002, 23,000 original miles. sat for about 5 years outside. drove fine first day. 2nd day i drove 10 feet and all oil poured out. it was coming out oil sensor. we replaced oil sensor...


Check the opening around the oil filter outlet and make sure that there is no gasket still on the housing. Fram filters are famous for its gasket coming off and sticking to the surface of the inlet. When you tighten the new filter it crimps the new gasket and leaks all the oil out. I have had this happen to me twice. No more Fram filters for me. Buy PUROLATER. Hope this helps

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We got our oil changed, and shortly after the oil light started coming on, at first it only happened while the car was idling at a stop sign, or parked, but now it happens all the time, other then the oil...


have the oil changed again, some places use bulk oil that doesnot hold up, go somewhere that uses quality oil and have it changed again ive seen this on many occasions, do not run the car any more than you have to till you get it changed

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Check Engine Light??


Check the fuel line pressure it should be 55lbs and i suspect a weak fuel pump.never seen one of these cars in my life so i cannot tell what is where but do check the fuel line pressure

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I have a 1998 Buick LaSabre with 80,000 original miles. Has always been maintenanced. Problem: At a stop light, died. Had it towed home. Engine is locked up! How could this have happened???


oil pump couild've failed,allowing no oil pressure,or bearing could've spun and threw a rod bearing,usually when this happens there is some fair warnings,like oil light/gauge droping pressure or a loud knocking noise.if you didn't experience any of these I would like to know also.











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check for a loose harmonic balancer(big pulley on bottom of engine.

oil soak can damage this part too.

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take long bolts out that run thru motor mounts ,jack in front of motor all bolts in oil pan out, remove oil pan and then remove oil pump, replace new pump ,torque to specs, replace oil place with new pan gasket , bolts back thru mounts and ready to go, hope to help, thanks robert b.

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94 buick stalls and hesitates


check fuel pump pressure.it should be 41 to 47 psi.

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