Disconnect the battery. Drain the cooling system. Working in the passenger compartment remove the panels from under the dash and the steering column trim cover. Remove center console if you have one. Remove the heater outlet duct and glove box. Remove the heater core cover. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core. The hoses and clamps are in the engine compartment on the firewall. You may have to rotate the engine forward and remove fuel lines transmition dipstick tube and the plenum to gain access to these. Remove the heater core.
Could be a bad thermostat or heater core
Isn't a heater supposed to blow warm air?
Disconnect the 1990 Regal battery. Remove the alternator belt. Unhook the wiring from the alternator then unbolt it. Remove and replace the alternator then reconnect the wiring, belt, and reconnect the battery to finish the installation.
It isn't easy. If you want, get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM for about $9 and it will show you how.
in the fuse box
Look at the bottom or rear of the radiator
On my 1990 Buick Regal, I need an 18mm wrench , a 10mm wrench, screwdriver, jack, and a can of brake cleaner
The 1990 Buick Century has a timing chain and not a belt. No replacement is necessary.
It's computer controlled. No timing adjustments are possible.
It is quite simple to replace the turn signal switch on your 1990 Buick LeSabre. The turn signal switch simply plugs in and out.
I believe that one is under the car near the gas tank.
Hey Arlene==Look under the dash on the drivers side of the steering column. GoodluckJoe
safe lite repair safe lite replace
no the lug patern is diffrent
could need a tune up or the catillac converter could b stopped up
It is never easy to replace the heater core on any vehicle. The problem is getting to the core. That is why this is a very expensive repair. It is a labor intensive job.It is never easy to replace the heater core on any vehicle. The problem is getting to the core. That is why this is a very expensive repair. It is a labor intensive job.
inside the radiator hose
Just drive it until it falls off, since it's its 1990 Buick. jk, i really dont know.
it should be on the side of the transmission with a black rubber tube from the engine leading to it
replace the sensor which is usually in the rear diffrential or the transmission case
comes out inside . remove glovebox and go in that way . about one hour .
Remove the firewall. Where the 5/8 inch hoses go into the firewall is where your heater core is located. Lots of bolts and screws.