Question about Buick LeSabre
With the information you provided - I would say that your alternator is not providing enough voltage to charge your battery at low engine revolutions and keep your vehicle running as well. Since I am guessing that your do not have a volt meter (battery light comes on) you may want to turn on your head lights and see if when you rev up your engine their brightness increases. If they do - this may suport my theory. If so have your alternator checked at a service facility. Let me know. Thanks
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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