what will cause a transmission in a 1992 buick lasebre to shrudderas and stall engine
Usually it is the O2 sensor
old fuel filter
* cause it needs to be put in drive to go forward
it would be in the relay box under the hood
That would be a timing chain for this car.
If it's a 6 cylinder , 6 , if 8 cylinder , which I think Buick does not make in that model , it would be 8 .
i have a 1996 buick century just came back from mechanic head gasket is gone and there is anti freeze in my oil i guess if you had water in your rad then you would have water in your oil.
Bad fan clutch!!
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mabye the O2 sensors
You may want to check the thermal flasher.
Do you have a picture on how to change the hearter core for this car?? If so would you send it to me.
four and a half to five, but I would put in four and a half and check it.
always look in your owners manual. but I've driven and maintained a 90 91 93 buick century. if 6 cylinder i would suggest 4.4 litres or oil and change the oil filter at every oil change.
I have a 1994 that would stall. The battery cables were corroded. Any number of possibilities: Fuel pump, partially blocked fuel filter, electronic ignition problems, or any electronic component that fails after it's been running. A dead battery.
i have a 1976 buick regal century body has minor rust on bottom clearcoating is kinda flaking, the engine runs beautiful only 82,500 miles what would be the value
It could be the heater core leaking.
The most obvious answer would be a broken hose which need to be checked.
I would start with the Pickup Coil and the Crank Sensor.
The light is on because there is a fault in the system. It would be best to have the professionals take a look at it.
Depending on the year, a Buick Century may have been available with a small block Chevy, so yes, probably. If it had a Buick engine, you would need a transmission with the Chevy bolt pattern. There are different tail shaft lengths, so you would need to get the same length or modify the driveshaft.
Your question is too broad. Expand on it a bit. When does it make the grinding nose, right after startup, after it's been running a hile, etc. where does the noise seem to originate from?
because if you stop immediately then the car will stall.