Yes, you can siphon gas out of a 1991 Buick LeSabre, which is handy if you happen to put diesel into the tank rather than gasoline. Just use a hose with a pump or some type of suction device to remove the bad gasoline from the tank.
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.
The flasher justs unplugs from a connector. Most flashers are located under the dash near the steering column. If one side of the flasher still works, turn it on and follow the clicking noise. I hope this helps you. Mark
I have a 1991 Buick Lesabre. It stalls a lot. And doesn't want to turn over often. I changed the fuel filter and that seemed to work for about a week. Also, put in new plugs. It runs fine when giving it gas, but engine shacks when at a stop. I can't seem to find the problem. Any suggestions?
There is a small black thing under the steering wheel more to the right side of it and what you do is you pull the outside of the thing out and while doing that press the inner part IN. its hard but you get used to it :) email@example.com
I had the same problem. I took my Buick to a dealer. I told them it was possibly a bad battery cable. They did not listen. They did unnecessary work which total about $600.00 dollars. It was the battery cable - about $30.00 total.
Modern American made engines can run several hundred thousand miles if properly maintained. Follow the manufacturers specifications and use high quality lubricants, coolants and replacement components and your Buick and other American cars will last a long time.
when you open the drivers door, you will see 2 black knobs at the end of the dashboard. turn them counterclockwise and the panel around the headlight switch will come out to access fuses. unfortunately the horn fuse is not located there
no the module for the lock up overdrive will not fit the 94 if you have the whole car you can remove the connector and wire it into your harness and have two wires to spare but it will bolt to the 3800 series motor