To repair a seat heater on a 2004 Buick LeSabre, disconnect the connector and check for voltage. If there is no voltage, replace the switch. If there is voltage, check for an open circuit.
may have a bad signal switch,or may be a blown fuse
Door pin switch.
A 1992 LeSabre wouldn't have a valet switch
It controls the headlights, dash lights, tail lights and park lights. You don't repair it you replace it.
bad fuse or relay switch
no, the switch in the steering column is bad and needs replaced.
Bulbs burned out? Headlight switch bad? Relay?
Switch? both headlights?
Bulbs burned out, possible headlight switch
bad switch or relay, possible short in wiring
Its the dimmer switch bad.
This is usually an indication that the dimmer switch is in need of replacement.
multi function switch( turn signal, lites etc)
On the upper left side of the drivers side floor pan.
Turn signal switch. Move the handle toward the dash.
look where the turn signal switch is and pull it back towards the steering wheel, that turns on the brights
It is quite simple to replace the turn signal switch on your 1990 Buick LeSabre. The turn signal switch simply plugs in and out.
Sounds like the brake light switch is defective.Sounds like the brake light switch is defective.
Most likely because the switch is stuck in one position. Find the switch and repair or replace.
probably a faulty headlight switch, or you have a bare wire somewhere. My 92 Lesaber is made so the headlights come on automaticaly or you can turn them on with a headlight switch.
i have a 96 Town car and the high/low beam switch is on turn signal. push signal switch forward for high, back for low.
Make sure parking/tail lights are working - if not, may be a fuse If parking/tail are working - may be bulbs or switch
Could be bad bulbs (double filamented) or bad dimmer switch
u need a new high/low switch