The direct object of the verb drives in the sentence 'she drives a buick' is Buick.
No, he drives a -66 Buick Riviera
Everyone drives regals because they are awesome
1960 Buick Invicta
I Think it gives the impression of a bad ignition module. Actually, I have this problem in Buick Regal, turned out to be the Crank Posistioning Sensor, which in my former vehicle, was very hard to change, located between oil pan and transmission. I had to take it out in pieces. Good luck!
weston drives a 1971 Dodge Charger R/T sam drives a vintage candy apple red buick
My 92 PA had the same problem. It turned out to be the harmonic balancer. This pulley drives all the belts in the system. It can be quite easily checked to see if the rubber has deteriorated.
The traction control feature is turned off.
I had the same problem with my 98 buick regal gs and it turned out to be the ignition switch.
At the 2009 Buick Open one of his drives had a ball speed of 174 mph.
well first inside the vehicle in the back, ours is in the back inside the black plastic storage area. There is a bolt that when turned lets the tire down this has to be turned. It lowers the tire outside under the buick.
What causes the dashboard light to stay on after your car has been turned off? 1994 Buick Century.
The belt drives the power steering, water pump, and other things.
I put a new crank sensor in it, and now it runs great!
buick grand national and dodge charger rt
With the key turned on, and the radio turned off, you press the SET button, then use your seek and scan buttons to set the time.
Starter is located on the side closest to the radiator, and closest to the transmittion. Transmittion is on the drives side of the car, and radiator is on the front
1's the 1970 Charger from the 1st movie and the 2nd is a 1987 Buick Grand National GNX
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My 92 PA had a similar problem. At low engine speeds it would shake pretty bad. It turned out to be the harmonic balancer. You can easily check this by looking at the front end of the engine. It is the pulley that drives all the belts. If the rubber has deteriorated, it could be the cause of your problem.
I have a 1986 Buick Riviera that the same thing happened to and it turned out to be a fuse blown on the GCC CRT unit. I went ahead and bought a used CRT from a junkyard for about .00.
You can prime the oil pump on an 85 Buick Regal by removing the distributor and inserting a priming rod onto the oil pump shaft. It can then be turned by hand or with a drill to distribute oil throughout the engine.
The brand of fuel you are using may cause it. I had started using UNOCAL super for awhile in my Buick Regal/86 and it went away. It had started when the blend in my preferred fuel was modified for the season change. Go up a grade of fuel or change station brands for awhile. /Alex