There is a switch in the door that tells the car's computer system that the door is closed...because most cars leave the interior light on until the door is closed, if the switch is jammed the car will leave the light on all the time. Try spraying the switch with WD-40 or some other lubricant, and then opening and closing the door several times to work the lubricant in. The switch is a small metal button located on the side of the door where the hardware connects to the main body of the car when the door is closed. If that doesn't work you may have a bad switch or other electrical problem.
Did you check the bulbs?
The Buick Park Avenue Started In 1991
check the switch and make sure the lights are out. on the other hand could be a faulty interior light switch, somthing i have never seen
key reader in steering column.
It really needs to be checked out but it probably is the headlight switch itself that is malfunctioning.
Check bulbs Check fuse for parking/tailights Could be a bad switch
yes i think so
yes, it does in my 1991 buick park ave.
The Buick Park Avenue nameplate was first used in 1977 on a model of Buick Electra, but did not exist as a standalone model until 1991, when it replaced the Electra.
check your timing
The 1997-2005 Buick Park Avenue's and Park Avenue Ultra's all use the same bumper cover part number. So I think the bumpers themselves would be interchangeable.
The 1991 Buick IAT sensor can be found in the air intake hose. The IAT sensor will be between the air box and the top of the engine.
what are you takling about? no such thing!
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fuel pessure test
Inside the fuel tank.
You dont. The computer does it.
If it is like my '92 Buick. there are two large thumb screws on top of the assy. Remove those and the entire unit can be lifted out and worked on. This will also let you get access to the smaller lights in that area. Hope this helps.
I DON'T BELIEVE THERE IS A BLOCK HEATER.
get your codes and go from there. It sounds like a crank shaft sensor.