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Have a 1990 buick electra park avenue, instrument cluster not working. replaced, still not working. what should i look for next?

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SOURCE: 1991 buick park avenue will not run fuel pump is good and replaced the fuel filter

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Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to remove the dashboard bezel and instrument

Regal 1988–94 MODELS

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the instrument panel pad:
  3. Carefully pry the speaker grilles and disconnect the Daytime Running Lamp sensor if equipped.
  4. Remove the screw under each speaker grille.
  5. Remove the screws at the lower edge of the instrument panel pad.
  6. Remove the pad by lifting the front and pulling toward you to release it.
  7. Remove the speakers
  8. Remove the instrument cluster.
  9. Remove the glovebox.
  10. Remove the right side sound insulator.
  11. Remove the climate control system switch panel and sound system controls.
  12. Remove the English/Metric switch.
  13. Remove the lights switches.
  14. Remove the cassette deck or compartment that replaces it if not equipped. Remove the ashtray and bracket.
  15. Remove the ALDL connector and allow it to dangle below the instrument panel.
  16. Remove the parking brake release handle and allow it to dangle below.
  17. Remove the remote radio receiver.
  18. Remove the steering column trim plate and lower the steering column.
  19. Remove 7 bolts holding the carrier (5 at the top and 2 at the bottom). Remove the 2 bolts above the steering column.
  20. Remove the 5 screws holding the main air duct.
  21. Remove the 3 nuts holding the conduit. Two are above the glovebox and the other is through the cassette/compartment opening.
  22. Disengage 9 clips holding the wiring harness.
  23. Have a helper assist you, and remove the instrument panel assembly from the vehicle. To install:
  24. Carefully install the instrument panel to the vehicle. Be sure to clear all wiring, etc.
  25. Engage the clips holding the wiring harness.
  26. Install the 3 nuts holding the conduit.
  27. Install the screws holding the main air duct.
  28. Install the bolts holding the carrier.
  29. Secure the steering column and install the trim plate.
  30. Install the remaining components in the reverse of the removal procedure.
  31. Connect the negative battery cable and check all items in the instrument panel for proper operation.

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SOURCE: 1998 buick park avenue turn signal problem

if the right side blinks normal, the flasher MAY be OK?? do the hazard lights flash all lights?it should. make sure you have all the correct bulbs. if so, replace the flasher unit. if the right side works turn it on and follow the ticking to find th eunit.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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Next to a dealer, a salvage yard should have one. If there is not one where you are located you can do a search on the internet and find one that has the cluster and they can ship it to you.

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

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SOURCE: FUSE IDENTIFICATION FOR 97 BUICK PARK AVENUE

Several Fuse Panel locations there; all fuse's description can find it in 1997 Buick Park Avenue Owners Manual (page 331 and next).

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Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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