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a bad fuel pressure source, clogged lines or bad filter or pump, spark plugs, or Evan dirty injectors

headlineDirty I.A.C. (idle air control valve) is a common cause, as is a vacuum lineleak.
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Irish words for 'wolf' are 'mactíre', 'faol', 'faolchú' and 'madra allta'.A personal name would be Faolán (Ó Faoláin, Whelan, Phelan) oror Mactíre.*******************************************************UNISEX:1. LYALL: Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the Old Norse personal name Liulfr, meaning "shield wolf."FEMALE:1. ADALWOLFA: Feminine form of German Adalwolf, meaning "noble wolf."2. ADOLPHA: Feminine form of Latin Adolphus, meaning "noble wolf."3. AGWANG: African Luo name meaning "wolf."4. DACIANA: Romanian name derived from Roman Dacia, the name for the region that is today Moldova and Romania. According to Strabo, the Dacians were originally known as the daoi, from Phrygian daos, meaning "wolf."5. 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In Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, "Death of Arthur," (1469-1470), there is a single line mentioning this knight; it reads as follows: "Sir Marrok the good knyghte that was betrayed with his wyf for she made hym seven yere a werwolf."OCUMWHOWURST: Native American Cheyenne name meaning "yellow wolf."OCUNNOWHURST: Variant form of Cheyenne Ocumwhowurst, meaning "yellow wolf."OHCUMGACHE: Native American Cheyenne name meaning "little wolf."OTSOA: Basque name meaning "wolf."OTSOKO: Basque name meaning "wolf cub."PHELAN: Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Faolán, meaning "little wolf." 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Scottish form of Old Norse Randulfr, meaning "shield-wolf."Variant spelling of Frankish German Rannulf, meaning "plundering wolf."RANULF:RÁNULFR: Old Norse name composed of the elements rán "plundering, robbery" and úlfr "wolf," hence "plundering wolf."RANULPH: Variant spelling of Scottish Ranulf, meaning "shield-wolf."RAOUL: Old French form of German Radulf, meaning "wise wolf."RAUL: Italian and Portuguese form of German Radulf, meaning "wise wolf."RAÚL: Spanish form of German Radulf, meaning "wise wolf."RAULF: Norman French contracted form of German Radulf, meaning "wise wolf."RODOLF: Dutch form of Latin Rudolphus, meaning "famous wolf."RODOLFO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Rudolphus, meaning "famous wolf."RODOLPH: Variant spelling of French Rodolphe, meaning "famous wolf."RODOLPHE: French form of Latin Rudolphus, meaning "famous wolf."ROFFE: Swedish pet form of Scandinavian Rolf, meaning "famous wolf." Contracted form of Old High German Hrodwulf, meaning "famous wolf." This name came into Middle English use via the Normans.Modern North German contracted form of Old German Rudolf, meaning "famous wolf."Scandinavian form of Old Norse Hrólfr, meaning "famous wolf."ROLF:ROLLO: Latin form of Old French Roul, meaning "famous wolf." Compare with another form of Rollo.ROUL: Old Norman French form of German Radulf, meaning "wise wolf."RUDI: Pet form of German Rudolf, meaning "famous wolf."RUDOLF: Modern form of Old High German Hrodwulf, meaning "famous wolf."RUDOLPH: English name derived from Latin Rudolphus, meaning "famous wolf."RUDOLPHUS: Latin form of Old High German Hrodwulf, meaning "famous wolf."RUDY: Pet form of English Rudolph, meaning "famous wolf."RUUD: Pet form of Dutch Rodolf, meaning "famous wolf."SANDALIO: Spanish form of Latin Sandalius, meaning "true wolf."SANDALIUS: Latin form of Gothic Sandulf, meaning "true wolf."SANDULF: Gothic name composed of the Germanic elements sand "true" and ulf "wolf," hence "true wolf."SEFF (סֶעף): Variant spelling of Yiddish Zeff, meaning "wolf."SHOEMOWETOCHAWCAWEWAHCATOWE: Native American Cheyenne name meaning "high-backed wolf."ULBRECHT: German name composed of the elements wulf "wolf" and beraht "bright," hence "bright wolf."ULF: Scandinavian form of Old Norse Ulfr, meaning "wolf."ÚLFGANGUR: Icelandic form of German Wolfgang, meaning "wolf path."ÚLFHRAFN: Icelandic form of German Wolfram, meaning "wolf-raven."ULFR: Old Norse name derived from the word ulfr, meaning "wolf."ULFRIC: Norman Germanic equivalent of Anglo-Saxon Wulfric, meaning "wolf power."ÚLFUR: Icelandic form of Old Norse Ulfr, meaning "wolf."ULRIC: Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Wulfric, meaning "wolf power."ULRICK: Variant spelling of English Ulric, meaning "wolf power."VARG: Norwegian name meaning "wolf."VELVEL (וֶועלוֶל): Yiddish name meaning "wolf."VUK (Вук): Short form of Serbian Vukasin, meaning "wolf."VUKASIN (Вукашин): Serbian name meaning "wolf." English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning simply "wolf."German and Jewish name, meaning "wolf."WOLF:WOLFE: Variant spelling of English Wolf, meaning "wolf."WOLFGANG: German name, composed of the elements wulf "wolf" and gang "a going (i.e. path)," hence "wolf path."WOLFRAM: German name composed of the elements wulf "wolf" and hramn "raven," hence "wolf-raven."WULFRIC: Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements wulf "wolf" and ric "power," hence "wolf power."ZEEB: (זְאֵב): Hebrew name meaning "wolf," so called from its being tawny and yellow in color. In the bible, this is the name of a Midianite prince.ZE'EV (זְאֵב): Variant spelling of Hebrew Zeeb, meaning "wolf."ZEFF (זֶעף): Yiddish form of Hebrew Zev, meaning "wolf."ZEV: Variant spelling of Hebrew Zeeb, meaning "wolf."


Where is the starter located on a 1993 Buick Lesabre?

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The weight of a 1993 Buick Lesabre is approximately 3,340 lbs. The Lesabre has seating for six passengers to ride comfortably.


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By the flywheel flexplate bottom of engine, follow batt cable (pos) to the end.


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The 3.8 litre V6 engine in a 1992 Buick LeSabre has a timing CHAIN


Where are the freeze plugs on a 1993 Buick Lesabre?

In the sides and rear of the block.


How many quarts of oil for a 1993 buick lesabre?

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How do you replace a vent solenoid in a Buick lesabre 1993?

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What are the torque specs for a 1993 Buick lesabre intake manifold?

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.


What could cause the back floorboard of a 1993 buick lesabre to get wet?

Water.


Does a 1993 Buick Lesabre have a fuse for the horn Or could there be another reason that it does not work?

Yea, the 1993 Buick Lesabre does have a fuse for the horn. However, there could be other reasons why the horn doesn't work, the clockspring or relay could be out.