it is on the passenger side of the engine compartment, and is part of the big silver accumilator.
Custom is lower end. Limited has more features.
The 1999 Buick LeSabre was a popular car for its time. The trunk release latch is located on the lower left hand side of the drivers seat.
You did not mention if it was the intake to the cylinder head bolts (1993 buick lesabre 96 in-lbs)..... or ..... the intake upper to lower bolts ( 1993 buick 132 in -lbs) but i hope you will know wich you are looking at since there is a large difference in torqe.
The 1997 Buick LeSabre intake manifold bolt torque specifications is 45 pounds per square inch. The manifold bolts should be torqued in 15 pound intervals.
If you can't find drain plug, just disconnect lower radiator hose.
it should be behind the water pump pulley on the lower left side when looking at it from the side of the car.
Look under left side of firewall next to lower end of steering column
air bag sensor located between the lower radiator support and front bumper.
Under to dash over the steering column. There are two and the lower one in mine is the four way flashers.
Lesabres only have air suspension in the rear, they will be a combination of air shocks with a coil spring on the lower control arm.
The Coolant Temperature Sensor on a 1993 & 1994 Buick LeSabre is located on driver's side of the car under the throttle body, It is screwed into the lower intake manifold. You cannot see it without first removing the throttle body since it is hidden under it. An electronic plug is clipped to the the end of the CTS.
Up under the dash over the steering wheel left side. The upper one is the turn signals and lower one is for the flashers.
the antiloc brake modual is located on the lower left side of the engine compartment up by the radiator but on the fender
You need a ball joint press to do that job. Remove old ball joint with sledge hammer and press new on into control arm.
I just did it on 2003 buick rendezvous,i bought a can of fix leak,oil,freon all in one from advance and hooked it up to the lower a/c port and charged it to about 35 psi and the air blows like new.
Most GM products will have a fuel pressure of upwards of sixty psi problems start showing up with driveability when pressure get lower than 40 psi
Well if it's the same as the 97 buick Skylark the blue or low pressureAC line is near the lower pressure hose coming off of the radiator... almost right next to it.
you get a jack and LOWER IT
Look at the lower rear end of the engine
Piece of Cake!! remove serpentine belt (search here for answer how to), remove the lower of 2 bolts from the alternator, loosen the upper, rotate the alternator up, remove the bolt. Install is the reverse.
UNDER HOOD, PASSENGER SIDE, REAR ENGINE AREA, ABOVE OIL FILTER, MOUNTED ON LOWER TIMING COVER
There are two ports on the air conditioner compressor on a Montana. Attach the refrigerant to the lower port and recharge the system.
Should be located at the rear lower section of the engine Remove the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect the wiring at the top of starter Remove mounting bolts Remove starter
if it is computer controlled then only the vacuum modulator can be adjusted. This will raise or lower mainline pressure in the trans. if it is hydraulically controlled, then you can also adjust the throttle pressure cable to increase or decrease throttle pressure
There are two ports on the air conditioning compressor on the Mercury Mountaineer. The refrigerant to recharge the system is to be connected to the lower port.