It's best to remove the radiator and take it to a shop to have them do it professionally. It usually doesn't cost too much and they can make any minor leak repairs while they're at it. When they're done your radiator will be as good as new. Chemicals and power flushing of radiators will only remove loose material. If you have any compacted sludge in the radiator tubes you will not be able to flush them out without having the professional take care of it for you.
On a 1993 buick regal it is on the side of the radiator.
On a 1993 buick regal it is on the passager side of the radiator. Hope this helps
which fuze controls the air in a buick regal
The ignition fuses for the 1993 1993 Buick Regal 3800 is located on the car's dashboard.
In a 1993 Buick Regal : Both the 3.1 and 3.8 litre V6 engines have a timing CHAIN
On a 1993 Buick Regal 3.1L, the PCV valve is located on the intake manifold. It is situated underneath the MAP sensor.
The firing order for a 1993 Buick Regal is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. The number one cylinder is at the back left.
The fuel pump on a 1993 Buick Regal is located inside the fuel tank. It pulls fuel from inside the tank and pumps it toward the vehicle's engine.
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Only Ford products have a fuel shut-off switch. GM never used them. 1992 Buick Regal Owner
coolant temp sensor water pump
under dash at back of steering column.
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could be the crank sensor, the go out. the have a reputation for that.
The fuse box layout can be found under the cover of a 1993 Buick Regal. There will be a stick underneath the fuse box labeling each fuse and their primary function.
The Fuses 5 23, and 30 are under the hood fuse box in a 1993 Buick regal limited with a 3800 while the ignition fuse is at left side of the fuse box
If there is no petcock on the bottom of the radiator then you must remove the lower radiator hose to drain it.
Probably under the glove box or on the inside right firewall.
Dexron III. Any auto store could tell you for sure.
Start with the area of the Regal's problem. For example, if a light does not work, check the fuses, then the switch, the wires, etc.. The same procedure applies to any section of the Regal.
Well, I own a 1993 buick regal custom with the 3.1 v6. I havent had any major problems. It has 203,000 miles. I've replaced the struts, exhaust, and the driverside power window needs a new "clip" but it works as long as I guide it. Great reliable caR!