Question about 2000 Buick Century
Check fuses, bulbs, relays and switch. If it is none of these it's one of the dreaded fusible links that get power from the hot side of the starter solenoid. Someone that is good with a meter will need to check these items and diagnose the problem systematically but the fusible links are something most people dont check and you can spend a lot of money throwing parts at it before you get to them. Pay someone good to diagnose instead of paying for labor and parts to replace good parts. best wishes.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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