Loosen the tensioner pulley on your 1992 Buick LeSabre. Take the serpentine belt off. Put the new serpentine belt on and tighten it down with the tensioner pulley.
You can get a cheaper one for under $20.00. A good one would be aroung $38-40.00. Grace
You can access the headlight connector from the back of the headlight, in the engine compartment. Remove the headlight connector. Take hold of the light bulb, push in and turn at the same time. Reverse the process to install the new headlight light bulb.
The 1992 Buick Roadmaster signal flasher relay switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The signal flasher relay switch will be above the gas pedal.
what is the year of this van 2002 or 1992?
i just had a similar problem well after changing fuel filter,plugs,wires,pcv valve map sensor(all was not the problem)i found it to be the crankshaft position sensor,changed it and the car runs like new hope this helps
there is a rattling noise in the area of the serpentine bell
It is important to know the cost of replace the parts of a car while owning it. The average cost to replace brake pads and rotors to a 1992 Buick LeSabre as a kit would be about $300.
If it is the same 3800 engine as the 1993 Lesabre--very simple. Alternator is right on top of the engine. Loosen the serpentine belt ( tensioner) - remove the mounting bolts that hold the alternator on the bracket- remove the wire connections.
The 3.8 litre V6 engine in a 1992 Buick LeSabre has a timing CHAIN
replace the combination switch on the turn signal stalk
Yest, the Buick LeSabre from 1992-1994 is the same exact car, inside, outside, underside. Everything is identical, except say for the trim packages and options you get on them. Therefore, yes the cassette radio from a 1992 LeSabre will work in a 1994 LeSabre.
A 1992 LeSabre wouldn't have a valet switch
Yes, the 1992 Buick LeSabre does have driver side air bags. the air bags were standard in all the Buick cars that year.
Custom is lower end. Limited has more features.
how to replace a serpentine belt on 1992 grand am 2.3l
30LBS in each tire.
No it does not.