How to repair brake lines on a 91 buick
Should have an access panel inside trunk
When engine is running there should be 13-14 volts.
yes that bolt is keep the balencer mounted to the crank shaft
Check Autozone.com or another such sight They might have a picture. They did for the same part for my 91 lesabre. (Which may very well be the exact same part)
I believe there isn't one, i have a '91 LeSabre and it doesnt have one. 87- 91 Lesabres are exactly the same cars, so it seems like you have a problem with your headlight staying on all the time. If that's the problem then i cant help you.
Was built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
have air-shocks installed
I need to know where I can find one for a 91 Buick LeSabre, or if they're all compatible/
It was built with R12 will need changed to R134a.
The Crank sensor in my 91 LeSarre Limited is behind the Harmonic balancer pulley....there are fins on the back of the pulley that line up with the sensor.
I just went looking for parts for my '91 LeSabre. Go to www.buickpartstore.com. Look up year, model and part. When it gets to the price page, far right on item line is icon for picture.
Where is the MAF in 91 Buick century
Remove the freon from the 91 Buick Regal with a reclaim machine. Remove the compressor belts and disconnect the lines. Unbolt and remove the compressor. Bolt in the new compressor, and connect the lines. Put the belt back on. Pull a system wide vacuum, then fill with new freon.
Possibly the crank case oil sensor. Had the same symptoms on a Buick LeSabre '91
It probably had R12 from the factory, this is now banned.There are "Drop in" replacements available.
Originally came with R-12. This is no longer sold. But can be converted to R-134A.
If they are the exact same engine (3800 tuned port injection) then yes.
would have been built for r12, could be converted to r134a
r12 unless it has been converted to r134a
If it's the one from the '86-'91 generation-like mine-there are two star screws holding the assembly in. If you don't have a star screwdriver most auto parts places will loan you one while you are there.
For Calif and New York I would think it is about righht but is high for other parts of the country. Call some local garages for estimates.
Is this an automatic transmission?