There is no ideal pressure. Of course the oil pressure will be higher when the engine is cold. After it is running and at full operating temp, the pressure should read at least 10 lbs while idling. The pressure will be directly related to how many miles are on the engine and the amount of wear. A new engine will have around 40 lbs when hot and running at 2,000 rpms, and around 30 lbs at idle.
wher is the engine temperature coolant sensor BUICK 2001
Engine not reaching operating temperature.
It looks like an engine, or it may just say Check Engine.
On a 1994 Buick LaSabre why does the engine continue to rev up while driving even when the brake is applied ? or when driving why doesn't the engine return to idle when the brake is applied? I would check for a vacuum leak
location of the heating thermostat for the 99 Buick lasabre
where is the fuel pump switch located for a 1992 buick lasabre
You can get to it from under car on passenger side.
Follow the fuel lines from the tank to the engine compartment.
Your "operators manuel" should explain which type of oil to use. I have a 96 Buick, LaSabre, that uses 10/30 wt.
in the oil
Buick vehicles do not have inertia/reset switches.
Where The Upper Radiator Hose Is Clamped On The Engine. Cover Is Held On By 2 Bolts. Best To You
Inside the oil pan bolted to the engine block.
under the hood
code 26 buick 1990 lasabre limited
with a Philips screwdriver
18 +or- a quart...
The battery is under the back seat
under the rear seat.
Replace the gasket.