Like most cars with no "spark" it can be caused by faulty/old cables. Replacing them would be a quick and cheap solution if in fact they are the cause.
The spark plug gap for a 2000 Buick Regal should be set at .060 inches. New spark plugs may be purchased at an auto parts store and will be preset.
The spark plugs are all identical so are interchangeable
there under the car above the exhast manfold cover 2 of them right and left
your car needs a tuneup,plugs,air filter. should do it
.060 is the typical spark plug gap for your engine.
no not if they are tight
check spark plug gap and firing order-also check to make sure plugs are tight and wires connected
not necessarily unless after replacing plugs your engine misfires.
where are the freeze plugs located on a 1996 buick skylard
They are slightly above the exhaust manifold with metal heat shields around them, but if you didn't already know that you shouldn't even have your hood open! So go to a mechanic!
* no gas in the tank * dead battery * bad fuel pump * bad spark plugs * clogged fuel filter * defective starter motor * seized engine
I had this same issue with my 2001 Regal. How long has it been since you have done plug/wire change? I changed mine and now starts/runs like a charm. My plugs/wires were still factory.....250000 miles.....hope this helps
where is a freeze plug on a 1985 buick lesebra
Clogged air filter, defective O2 sensor, clogged catalytic converter, bad plugs and or plug wires, poor driving technique to name a few possible causes.
There is no benefit
I'm not sure what the firing order for that vehicle is but try Autozone.com they are posting tech data on their web site now. If you plan on doing plugs and wires just do one at a time, then you should'nt need the firing order.
I just had this happen with my 93 park ave ultra, they changed my spark plugs and the problem went away.
Check spark plugs and wires
how to replace spark plugs wires 1992 buick century v 6 3300 stationwagon
Remove the spark plugs wire and remove the plugs wit a spaerk plug wrench or socket.
i am pretty sure you will have to tilt the engine ahead or if your arms are smaller you can pull each wire (if your replacing those as well,cause usually they break from age)and use a 2-3 inch extension and a socket wrench and nustle them out,than for install thread them by hand slowly as to not crossthread them.been there done that never moved a 3800 yet.
In the sides and rear of the block.