Follow the positive battery cable from the battery. It will lead you to the starter.
If you follow the positive battery cable it will lead you right to the starter. Mark
Front lower left of engine. Please disconnect battery before any service on the starter area.
If you lights do not dim when turning key, then probably your starter.
lower rear end of engine - follow + CABLE FROM BATTERY
on the starter
How do you uninstall a starter for a 1997 Buick Park Avenue
you have either a bad connection on your starter or battery .also your starter has failed or solenoid
is the battery dead? you might need a new starter that should be around 200 dollars.
Dead battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Wire disconnected at top of starter?
could be a dead cell in the battery, a loose ground or hot wire on the starter, or the starter could be bad.
1.your ingnition could be bad, 2.your key could be bad
flnd the positive battery cable fallow it down to the starter
Not enough power to starter, jump it and then ensure alternator is good. Also check battery condition.
you have two systems that turn over a motor it could be your battery but it sounds like the starter or something in that system like the silinoid or starter relay or it could be just a loose or damaged wire.
The starter on a 92 Buick LeSabre is replaced by disconnecting the battery, removing the retaining bolts, and lowering the starter. The wiring harness can then be disconnected and a new starter installed.
It really needs to be checked out but it probably is the headlight switch itself that is malfunctioning.
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
remove the 2 bolts located on the top of the starter and remove.Do the same in reverse when replacing the new starter.
Can anyone tell me why my new battery goes dead in my 1997 Buick Ultra Park Ave?
you might need a good battery
undo the neg cord on battery, jack the car up. locate the starter. there are 2 bolts which are 15mm, you will need a extention for socket to reach the back bolt. once you get the starter out, unsrew the wires on the starter. it will go back in the same way it cam out.
Hey, every starter is located at the end of the hot cable from your battery. ( the cable marked red on the battery or with the + sign.