There should be an illustration in your ownners manual.
Just had mine done.. mechanic had to remove psgr side motor mount to release belt. Not a fun job.
trust me this ne job you want to pay someone to do, you need to lower the engine cradle to remover the PS motor mount,
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it is the same for a 97. full illustrations and step by step directions.
you will need an 18mm for the mounts and a 15 mm for the tensioner. it is an involved job but doable for the amateur. just make sure you have the engine supported and that the wood use is very important.
This isn't a job if you aren't mechanically inclined. I didn't want to have to take the motor mount off, so I found an alternative solution, which involved me taking a reciprocating saw to the lower spacer on the motor mount so that I could slip the belt in underneath. I then used a thick washer to make the difference, and it'll allow me to easily change it in the future.
You will need some specialized tools, mainly (if I remember correctly) a reverse torx bit (just like the impression left by a torx bit). The job took me two days because I was trying to figure things out. Like the OP said, not impossible, but if you aren't sure you can do the job then you will be asking for trouble.
Try looking in either a factory service manual, a Chilton manual or a Haynes manual. If you don't have a manual your local library may have one.
I have a '92 PA Ultra. The Ultra has the supercharger. There are two sets of serpentine belts for this configuration.
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The Buick Park Avenue Started In 1991
Passenger side bolted right to the center of the engine block behind the serpentine belt.
you will find a diagram on the packet when you buy a new belt. there is also a diagram in the owners handbook
Yes. They will also be lost if the battery drops below 12v.
try checking your gas cap it may need replacing
Depends on the engine the Park Avenue had in it.
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Yes, with another 1997 Buick Park Avenue.
yes. I've had my 97 riv over 4yrs and have thrown 3 serpentine belts and have went without one for 4 months before replacing it again.
remove the 2 bolts located on the top of the starter and remove.Do the same in reverse when replacing the new starter.
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Yes i have 22x8.5 on a 97 Buick park avenue
Loosen the tensioner pulley on your 1992 Buick LeSabre. Take the serpentine belt off. Put the new serpentine belt on and tighten it down with the tensioner pulley.
I am locked out of my Buick park avenue and have a slim Jim but don't know how to use it
I need to know if I need a special to to change my serpentine belt on a 2001 Buick Regal
Just did mine today. Too about an hour. Pretty straight forwar and no special tools require. Will provide photos later.
You need to turn the automatic(spring loaded) tensioner to release pressure on the belt... the library may have a manual for the details free dave
Put the proper size wrench or socket on the pulley of the tensioner.Pull the wrench counter clockwise to release the tension on the belt.
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