open the pasenger door. At the end of the dash there is a comparment which is held on by clips. It has a finger hole in it. Pull the compartment door off. Inside there is a low tire reset button. Fill the tires to the proper psi turn the key to the on position and push and hold the reset button till the low tire lite on the dash blinks. Turn the key off and then back on. The lite should go out. The reset button is red.
I tried the above awnser and it works but is missing a step. Turn ignition in on postiion but do not start vehicle. then push the red reset button in and hold for 10 seconds and release button. The tire light on dashboard will flash a couple times and go off. Then turn ignition back and then start vehicle.
My turn signals are not working on my 92 buick regal.
the manual will tell u
I had the same problem with my 98 buick regal gs and it turned out to be the ignition switch.
on the shifter there is a button on the left. press it
history of colour
i replaced the steering colomn in 95 buick regal and now it wont even turn over.does the different key that i got with the colomn have any thing to do with it not starting.?
how do you turn off security light on 1989 Buick Rhetta
under the hood there is a large silver cylinder with a tire stem type adapter there is a cap just like the ones on the tire remove that and attach your filler tube there start the car and turn on the AC on max to fill.
Bad tire? Move tire to another location on vehicle - see if problem also moves Replace tire possibly bad internal cord
under dash at back of steering column.
The 2002 Buick regal that I have has a reset switch behind the fuse panel on the right side of the dash board. If you open the panel there is a switch that is red and marked reset. turn the key on hold the switch for 10 seconds and the oil life should be reset. It also rests the tire low indicator.
Trun signal lights do not come on at all not on dash or outside
Unscrew nuts in the trunk were the lights are.
The correct Bulb is a #3057
Just did this yesterday on my '00 GSE. Open the fuse panel, (open front passenger door, open (spring-clipped) side panel of dash. Turn ignition to on, (ie, not engine on). In fuse panel theres a red 'reset' button. Press and hold 2-3 seconds until 'low tire' light flashes. Turn off ignition, turn back on. Voila. No light.
IF one of your brake light or turn signal light bulbs are put in incorrectly - IT will backfeed into the computer & KILL the Engine.OR shorted 2 ground.
Its located on the passenger side of the dash right next to the door.
Probably the ignition switch, mine did the same thing.
I had this exact problem in my 98 Regal. Turned out there was some major wiring issue that needed to be taken care of. It wasn't terribly expensive to fix, but it wasn't cheap either.
Correct the tire pressure.
you either have a diying battery or a ground short
Take off positive battery cable.
push the parking brake ,before starting the engine
Check the spare tire sensor.