Buick Rainier was created in 2004.
Buick didn't make a Rainier in 1994
The Buick Rainier was first introduced by General Motors in 2004. The Buick Rainier was made as a replacement to the Oldsmobile Bravada and was the first truck sold under the Buick brand.
The Buick Rainier model was actually discontinued after 2007. The Buick Enclave has replaced this model as a crossover SUV.
The base MSRP for the 2007 Buick Rainier is $31,550. The top MSRP for that model and year is about $33,570.
The Buick Rainier is a mid-sized SUV. It was made by General Motors but has since been discontinued. It was replaced by the Buick Enclave.
Up above the radio controls along with your traction control button and others. Not by itself.
The Buick Rainier was introduced in 2004. Production was discontinued after 2007. The Enclave took its place. It replaced the Olds. Bravada model.
2004 Buick Rainier - Radio Fuse is #41 in the Fuse Block, under the drivers side rear passenger seat . . .
The Buick Rainier's production ceased in 2008. The Rainier was replaced by a new crossover SUV. There was also a recall for the model years 2006 and 2007 due to short-circuits in the power windows and door lock switches.