Have you recently had the brakes done? if so there could be a part that is missing call your local dealership to find out if this is the case. i had this happen a few months ago turns out that there was an abs ring on the back of the rotors that needed to be placed on the new one. No recent brake work. Just trying to figure our which speed sensor is the problem.
A 2004 Buick does not have a speedometer cable. The speedometer signal comes from electronic sensors.
There are two sensors one in the engine block and one behind the crankshaft pulley
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depending on the engine it will have two or three
Disconnect the car battery ... without an electrical impulse from any number of sensors, the air bag is rather unlikely to expand on its own.
If both sides (right and left) don't blink on and off, the blinker "can" may be the culprit.
The backup sensors are located in the rear bumper. The four circles on the bumper.
They are threaded into the exhaust system at various points.
2001 Buick need to change the front brakes, I want to make sure there are no sensors or anything before removing them.
O2 sensors are located on the exhaust manifold, the exhaust pipes, or both. Sensor is located on the exaust pipe in front of the fire wall. RV
mabye the O2 sensors
Maybe you have to clean the wheel speed sensors
It means there is a problem with the charging system. Alternator is the likely culprit.
the o2 oxygen sencor is under the passenger side under the turbogharger
My '92 PA did the same thing. I ended up replacing the crank and cam sensors and had no further problem. Without this information, the computer can not control the timing.
Basically no. The TPM info is programmed into a computer of the car if it has it from the factory. The only possible way is to have the dealer reprogram that computer to change it to a car that does not have TPM. TechJK ------------------------------------------
Being a GM product I would suspect the fuel pump is bad.
two, one on the manifold right after the crossover and one back by the catalitic converter.
check the wiring goig to the crank sensors and check and see if you can adjust the gap on the outside sensor maybe its not properly connected
Not without serious modification, but anything is possible if you have enough money for a conversion.
you can't. the timing is controlled electronically by the computer and various sensors.