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There should be a fuse panel behind the glove box. You'll have to access it by pulling the rubber tabs inward to allow the glove box to pop out. Also, check the fuses on the driver's side fuse panel.

1997 Buick... | Answered on Jun 25, 2020


The fuse box locations and there diagrams are in the owners manual. If you don't have one you can download one at the GM site for free. Here is the LINK

1997 Buick... | Answered on Jun 25, 2020


Dana when trying to find help on here Please always remember to list the engine your vehicle has. While they are all pretty much similar they are different. On Most GM vehicles they are located on the passengers side towards the Firewall (back of the engine) to the left of the throttle body. The older ones just have a vacuum line going to it while newer ones have a vacuum line and an electrical plug. Two bolts or nuts hold them on and be sure you get & install the new heat resistant gasket.

1997 Buick... | Answered on Mar 14, 2020


Support front wheels off ground. Chock rear tires, get an assistant for safty. Start engine (do not put in gear) step outside of car and manually turn wheels left and right by hand. Cut off engine. Turn key back to release steering lock. Manually turn wheels by hand again. If it requires the same ammount of strength to turn wheels, then Rack and Pinion is bypassing internally. Solution... replace rack & pinion.

1997 Buick... | Answered on Feb 13, 2020


How to change the air conditioning bolt that is broke in the. Bracket

1997 Buick... | Answered on Jan 11, 2020


You must take it to a dealership and they will unlock it for you. There is a specific dealer code that will unlock any radio and once they do it, you pick one that you will remember. This is part of the anti theft. Hope this helps.

1997 Buick... | Answered on Dec 30, 2019


Stay by checking your fuses. Also see if the hazards work.

1997 Buick... | Answered on Jun 29, 2019


Sounds like what is called shutter changing to synthetic fluid fixed my 98 Lesabre

1997 Buick... | Answered on Apr 22, 2019


Checale los fusibles abajo del lado del copiloto trae algunos incluyendo el del la bomba de la gasolina o hay un rele ahi tambi?n de encendido puede ser el sensor del cig?e?al tambi?n Checa que este bien el arn?s trae m?s fusibles del lado del conductor y otros m?s abajo del capo abajo de los limpiaparabrisas

1997 Buick... | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


Will it only crank with the starter shorted, and not with the key?

1997 Buick... | Answered on Feb 16, 2019


On this website you find fuse box diagram for Buick LaSabre (1997)

http://www.carknowledge.info/buick-lesabre-1996-1998-fuse-box-diagram

1997 Buick... | Answered on Oct 25, 2018


I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM IN ANOTHER BUICK . IT WAS THE COMAND MODUEL BEHIND THE GLOVE COMPARTMENT, THE SPRINGS THAT OPEN AND CLOSE AIR FLOW WINDOWS
THAT RUN FROM THE UNIT WON'T CHANGE FROM HEAT TO AIR TO YOUR VENTS.YOU NEED A NEW COMAND MODUEL OR HAVE IT REBUILT . IT OPENS AND CLOSES THE VENT DOORS . I GOT MINE REBUILT FOR $50.00 FROM A GUY THAT WORKED AIRCON LINE @GM
GARAGE QUOTED ME $650.00 HOPE THIS HELPS.
GOOD LUCK

1997 Buick... | Answered on Sep 30, 2018


I really don't think you would have a fuse problem . You should hope not anyway , fuse's don't go bad or blow for no reason . A blown fuse would be caused by a direct short to ground on a battery power supply circuit , high current draw . I would look at the flasher or switch as probable cause . Viewing a wiring diagram an testing the electrical circuits is the best way to find the problem . Turn Lamps
With the ignition switch in the RUN position, battery positive voltage (B+) is supplied from the IP fuse block T/SIG/BU LP/BTSI fuse 1B via CKT 539 (PNK) through the turn signal flasher to the normally closed switch in the turn/hazard switch via CKT 16 (PPL). With the turn switch in the left turn position, battery positive voltage (B+) is applied through the turn switch and two paths to the turn lamps. One path is to the left front park/turn lamps and the side marker lamps via CKT 14 (LT BLU). The second path is supplied to the left tail/stop/turn lamps via CKT 18 (YEL). The lamps go on immediately. The lights begin to flash when the current heats up the timing element in the flasher, and the flasher repeatedly opens and closes the circuit. A similar procedure is followed when the turn switch is in the right turn position. Battery positive voltage (B+) is supplied to the right front park/turn lamps and the side marker lamps via CKT 15 (DK BLU). Battery positive voltage (B+) is supplied to the right tail/stop/turn lamps via CKT 19 (DK GRN).

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1997 Buick... | Answered on Sep 08, 2018


if you are not a professional with the necessary equipment and training, your best bet is to not mess with it, because it could kill you. The term "airbag" Is a misnomer; because it is not an airbag, it is an explosive device and if you do the wrong thing, it could blow up in your face. Sodium azide is the chemical found in automobile airbags. An electrical charge triggered by automobile impact causes sodium azide to explode and convert to nitrogen gas inside the airbag. Actually, there has been an occurrence where an airbag exploded while being installed before the wires were connected. It was set off by the static charge from friction between the mechanics pants on the seat upholstery

1997 Buick... | Answered on Aug 31, 2018


You may have issues inside the transmission but the first thing I would do in a situation like that is buy a filter and gasket kit and 5 -6 quarts transmission fluid and try changing the filter and 5 quarts fluid. Trans. actually hold 12-13 quarts but you'll only be draining out 5-6. If that doesn't cure it you may have a worn out clutch pack and/or accumulator. I hope that helps you going again. Jesus loves you, John 3:16-17 (KJV)

1997 Buick... | Answered on Aug 16, 2018


There are 2 relays for the blower. The low blower relay and the high blower relay. They are both located
under the hood in the center of the firewall.
The low will have 4 wires from it, one lt. blue and 3 brown. The high will have 5 wires 1 purple(to blower mtr.) 1 black 1 dk blue 1 red and 1 orange.
Also, the blower resistor is in the same area if needed. Hope this helps.

1997 Buick... | Answered on May 30, 2018


ECM fuze is near battery, it is a 5 amp fuze check for u tube video on this to show you where it is

1997 Buick... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018


Could be a bad cable. If it is broken into, you'll get swings like this. If you are handy, you can replace it yourself. If not, most garages can do it for you.

1997 Buick... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018


Obviously can be one of a very large number of problems. If there are no trouble codes (DTCs), still could be a possible fuel delivery system (fuel pump, filter, regulator, throttle body) or ignition problem. I would start by checking the fuel pressure carefully - too high or low will cause this. Also the coil pack can fail without a trouble code - check for spark at a plug.

1997 Buick... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

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