Make sure there is vacuum going from the intake into the inside of the car. If it is, the problem is in the programmer and needs to be checked out by a mechanic. There is a small metal black box 1"x2"x1" with about 6 hoses running into it on the top of your intake manifold, and most likely a disconnected hose coming from a big black plastic box on your firewall, your vents don't open from the magic buttons on the dash, it uses the vaccum from the intake.....that same problem boggled my mind for about 3 months till I was changing the spark plugs one day and found a hose that went nowhere =P
there is no heat inside the car what is wrong ?
my 1993 buick park avenue wont start after i changed the front motor support you can jump it from the sodinoid and it will crank whats wrong could it be the security system
It needs to be checked out . There are many things that can go wrong.
It could be the spark plug wires that's what was wrong with mine.
You should have the codes read to see whats wrong.
Either your tires are out of balance or the brake rotors may be warped (usually from excessively tightened lug nuts)
Because it is stuck. Take it to a garage and have it looked at, how on earth do you expect anyone on the Internet, who can not see you car, to tell you what is wrong!!
Your heater core has failed.
you probably need a heater core.
There is no reset button for the fuel gauge. Something is either wrong with the gauge or the sending unit in the tank.
I have a 2000 Buick Century costom and I replaced it but it leaks what could be wrong
you may just be low on freon
Happens to every one of these cars...question answered here http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_easiest_way_to_reset_the_needles_on_the_fuel_and_temperature_gauges_on_a_1997_Buick_Park_Avenue
proper manner is you should know what is right and wrong
I had the same problem with a 1992 Park Avenue with the 3800 engine. I first replaced the electronic ignition but that did not fix the problem. I then replaced the crankshaft heat sensor. That fixed my problem.
What's wrong with it?
throttle positioning sensor
In my Buick? Not a thing. Need more info on what your Buick is doing or not doing --- cooling system problem? In dash heater problem? Engine overheating?
First of all, if your light is on, something is wrong, even if it's just a sensor that tells your light to come on. I would recommend getting a General Motors computer reading thing that you plug into your dashboard that flashes the light to a code. Then you can diagnose what's wrong.
If it blows only out the defroster vents : then check for Vaccume leak Rick ASE L-1 Master TransMichigan.com
You may need to have your AC charged
could be low on coolant
your blower motor is stuck on low
Possibly could be the cabin air filters. I don't think that would restrict air flow 100% however. Previous Answer->This problem would be best handled by a repair shop. This could be very costly to replace parts, just because a friend had the same problem, does not mean it will be the same solution. My 2002 CX does the same - little to no air flow out the vents on heat or cool. Mechanic can't find anything wrong, not a cabin air filter problem either. Check all the complaints on CarFax - Buick doesn't admit any wrong or manufacturing problem.
You probably have a vacuum leak and aren't getting vacuum to the actuators. With the engine running, listen for vacuum leaks under the dash. If you don't have any leaks there, check under the hood to make sure the vacuum line THERE isn't disconnected.