Question about 1995 Buick LeSabre
My babied Buick was left for the winter months in the back yard. When I came back I had to have CAA town the car out. They bend the tri rod, etc and were responsible for fixing it, etc. Now the car is riding very rough, had the spark plugs checked, also flue injection. Cost $300 and no results, still righting very rough. Cannot drive at high speeds, just around town. Am picking up from Canadian Tire and they know something is wrong but cannot find it.
Have a '96 with 254,000 miles with a similar problem after it sat about 6 weeks waiting for a transmission. Ended up being the fuel pump. You've gotta drain, then drop the tank, clean all the rusty crud out of it, replace the fuel pump AND screen AND filter. Cost me about $160 for parts in FL
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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