you have to adjust the Idle position sensor on the throtle body,it has two small cap screws ,you loosen them and turn the sensor and tighten the screws when you reach the idle speed you want.the motor should be warm so you'll get the idle you want.make shure it's not to slow or the engine will die when you put it in gear.
The computer does it for you through the IAC valve Idle air control its under throttle body intake hose.
Seventh generation Buick LeSabres are electronically limited to a top speed of 108. The engine won't shut off, it just doesn't get any faster.
How can you get to the tcc sensor on a 2000 buick lesabre 3.8 and can a speed sensor trigger a code for the tcc
The resitor is probably burnt out on the high mode
speedometer--vehicle speed sensor is in trans near pass side axle
360 bhp is the power of the Buick riviera coupe 1975 engine and its maximum speed is 125 mph.
May be computer controlled and not adjustable
I have a 1991 Buick LeSabre and I believe its on the passenger side in between the firewall and engine. I believe it becomes more accessible if you take off the right front wheel and then remove the wheel well plastic shroud.
How do you adjust the idle speed on a citroen berlingo 1.9d (basic diesel engine)
Check AGAINST THE FIREWALL ON THE PASSENGERS SIDE BEHIND THE PLASTIC COVER
There is 1 in the transmission for the speedometer. If you have ABS then there is 1 for each wheel. where exactly is the one in the transmission