A common problem on many General Motors cars is the Torque Converter Clutch fails to release and causes the car to stall when it comes to a stop or when started and put in gear. Most of the time it is a stuck Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) solenoid, but this is not the only cause of this problem. Generally, if you unplug the TCC solenoid at the transmission and the symptoms go away, you have found the problem. But sometimes this can be misleading because you don't know for sure if it's a bad solenoid, dirt in the valve body or a bad signal from the ECM. I would suspect you will find the solenoid is bad or has been unplugged.
I would go with 10w40.
Could be a vacuum leak. Check the PCV pipe and replace any air hoses.
A 1998 Buick would use R134a refrigerant.
A GM dealer's service center would know.
Probably. An auto store would know for sure.
The transmission is not shifting in and out of gear or your front joint is going bad
Bad head gasket Cracked head Cracked block
there could be flood damage, I would not recommend it.
Go to a GM dealer's parts department or service department. They would know.
Well the fast answer is "whichever one fits", but any hardware store would have them.
In 67 Buick didn't have a 350. It would have been a 340 or a 300 possibly a 400.
I would say that you are losing coolant somewhere hoses,water pump,radiator.
I'm not sure, but it may be time to have the transmission serviced.
My first thought was there might be a fuse that controls it but I would contact a GM Dealer's service department if I were you.
On the 2.3 Quad 4 Skylark engine the power steering pump is at the front of the engine block behind the radiator, Usualy where you would see the oil dipstick. The cap should say power steering fluid. Check the dipstick that is on the cap, and fill until the dipstick reads full.
Try changeing the fuel filter,I had the same problem and it helped.
clogged catalytic converter Agreed.......the smell of rotten eggs is an indication you have a problem with your cataltic converter
A lack of oil in the engine./ the sensor in the oil system./ broken oil pump
Under the hood on the passenger side by the firewall there is a row of four relays. Counting from the passenger fender inward it would be the third.
It's probably about 20 watts or so. Maybe a GM dealer's parts department would be able to tell you.
There could be a ground in the wiring. If this is not the case then more than likely the main fuse is blown.
It is because the horn relay is going bad. Mine finally went, now I have to find out how to replace it.
I have no idea what went wrong. Take it to a trans shop.