how do you change the super charge fluid in a 1995 Buick riviera You don't it is a completely sealed unit so you should not have to.
i just changed my supercharger oil .Yes you can check it and no, it's not a sealed system. There is a small black plug looking thing about the size of a peanut that is embedded into the gray/silver supercharger itself. You have to use a hex key/allan wrench type tool to loosen it. refer to your owners manual for how much oil to add or if it gets low. the problem with removing old oil is that you have to use a baster type thing ( like a small turkey baster type suction) to remove the old oil as there is no drain plug that I know of. Hope this helps!get your supercharger oil from your local buick dealership, i think it takes 2 bottles
In the power steering fluid tank
bottom left front of motor
It originally used Type A but the modern equivalent is Dexron III A/T fluid.
you have to open the right front wheel well/fender there a second fluid reservoir located there that has the pump on it i have a 96 rivi, im not sure if there are any changes or not but i today changed the pump
They drop the pan on your transmission and flush the filter and then refill the transmission with fluid
6 qts for the transmission alone and 4 more for a 12" torque converter, 5 if it's a 13".
I believe that any kind of power steering fluid will work. You can actually use any type of hydraulic fluid (i.e. brake, power steering, or transmission). It is usually best to use only power steering fluid if you can get it.
What type transmission fluid for 95 Buick lasabre
A 1995 Buick LeSabre takes 7.4 quarts of transmission fluid. Dextron lll transmission fluid is recommended for use in the Buick LeSabre.
Either a bad sensor, think it is in the radiator. Or you really are low on fluid-potentionally serious problem. If these engines get low enough on fluid-due to a leak-or repair. They must be bled. The bleeder screw is on top of the thermostat housing.
My 1991 Buick Century won't move or hold transmission fluid
You have to take it to the dealer to have the fluid checked.