Question about Buick LeSabre
Remove the plastic shroud which covers the engine. This can easily be done by unscrewing the oil fill spout (the 3-inch extension onto which the oil filler cap fits) by unscrewing it a half turn and lifting it out. This exposes the fuel injector body and mechanism.
Remove the rubber boot between the air box and the fuel injector body, then locate the "screen" which covers the intake. The screen should be held on by a "C" shaped ring, remove this then work the screen out. It's a little tricky to get out but it's not impossible. Spray some WD-40 (or other lubricant) on the butterfly shaft bushings and this should fix your problem.
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