The most likely culprit is the pressure control solenoid in the transmission. The other concern would be that you have a trouble code set that hasn't caused the service engine soon lamp to come on, but is set due to something inside the trans. I would get the vehicles computer scanned to see if it has any codes set. Worst case is the trans has caused a code p1811 to set which could mean that the trans is failing which is causing the adaptive pressures to be at there max limit. Russtech67
possible leak in heater core.
It is most likely just the fuel filter that needs to be replaced.
The temp sensor is behind the front bumper. It is a small black probe with two wires going to it.
It could be one of a few things. 1) You could have a belt slipping or going bad. 2) The transaxle could be low on fluid. 3) The transaxle is going bad. While most service centers will tell you that the transaxle is not servicable, you can take it apart, clean it out and replace the filter in hopes of making it work again. Sometimes you can bring it back to life and sometimes it's just worn out.
See if unhooking the battery terminals for a few minutes doesn't reset the system and allow access to the radio.
Its going to be on the left side of the transaxle
May have a switch going out in doorjambs-check their operation.
The coolant level sensor is about three inches below the coolant cap on the back side of the radiator. It is a 1.5 X 1.5 inch box with an electrical plug going into the bottom of it.
I am pretty sure that it is non existent, i have a 99 mountaineer and it is AWD and i am going to assume that yours has either FWD or AWD which means it has a transmission and a transfer case not a transaxle
Not anytime soon
when there isn't enough spark going to the sparkplugs, and your car is not starting. sometimes it occurs most in winter because of the temp.
If no light illuminated first step check fuel pressure
Well if you really are putting 24's you are going to have good air shocks in the back, and put some good shocks or knuckles in the front for the car can be even, and in the back aswell your going to have to put adapters, or spacers to space the rims from the frame,
my 1995 buick regal is starting to do it too but mainly when going uphill or accelerating hope someone answeers soonAnswerI am not sure if this is the same problem, but my 95 regal had what I would call a "surging" or stuttering problem...This was supposedly caused by a spark plug wire shorting out at the boot thus causing a missfire... AnswerMy 1995 Buick Regal was doing this. Mine was a transmission problem. I didn't need a whole new transmission, but I did need to replace the lines because they were leaking fluid. You should definitely get it checked out. AnswerJust had my 2002 into a Transmission shop. The brake switch needed adjusting. I had no check engine light. You might want to get the brake switch checked. Check the map sensor. Mine was doing that, and after having trans check and several parts replaced on it, it ended up being the map sensor
this is a tricky subject, i would look at my ignition control module,fuel pressure regulator and or a vacuum leak.
I don't know what make and model Buick you have but on some GM model that have cut out switchs to the AC to turn the AC turn off under full acceleration to give the car more power so you may not have a problem...It maybe working like it is should.....
it is on the back of the transaxle of the transmission its an oval piece with a two part wire going into it.
The switch is located on the nosecone of the transaxle, look on the front (the side furthest from the engine) of the transaxle near where the shifter linkage is. You will see electrical wires going to the backup light switch.
Underneath the car, in front of the drivers rear tire you should see a small cylinder thing that hose to metal pipes going into it. This should be your fuel filter. Buy a new fuel filter and compare the 2, and if they match, you know you have found it.
If you are going alone, you must be 17, but if you are going with an adult, they allow any age.
what would cause a 1994 Buick LeSabre v6 to turn off going down the road.
If this is a rubber hose it's your water pump bypass hose. it is called a bypass tube and to replace it you have to pull the belt tensioner. this is awnsered near the end of buick regal questions.
Look under vehicle along frame rail - follow the fuel line from the tank The Fuel filter is located near the rear of the car. It should be near the rear passenger side tire. Look for a cylindrical object slight longer than it is wide. Fits nicely in the plam. There will be two hoses one going in and one going out.
possibly a fuel pump going bad
The automatic transaxle fluid dipstick is near the brake fluid reservoir ( going towards the passenger side )