Push the set button. Then within a few seconds push seek and or scan to change the hours and or minutes.
please try "needle nosed" pliers.. it may also be a label peeling off inside the player
First you obviously have to remove the door panel...Take out the screw in the door hande (inside), pop off the plastic screw covers at the bottom of the door and remove the screws (there are 5 screws) and the 2 screws inside the pocket for the door handle, remove thepower window switches by prying up with a flat end screw driver and diconnect the plugs,then give it a tug and it should pop loose and lift up over the lock and remove the panel. You'll have to remove the speaker for leverage. It's best to use 2 people, one to hold the glass and the other to remove the bolts. It's easiest to remove the bolts on the motor first just leave one to hold the motor up out of the way while removing the 2 bolts in the glass. Drop the window down until you can reach the 2 bolts holding the glass to the regulator then lift the glass all the way up out of the way. Remove the 4 bolts from the regulator then the last bolt from the motor and remove the 2 pieces through the larger hole towards the back of the door where you reached in to remove the bolts from the glass, this may take a few minutes trying to maneuver the regulator and the motor out but it will fit. If you're using the same motor just unbolt it from the old regulator and bolt it onto the new one. When putting in the new regulator it's usually easiest to get thre motor in first and get the first couple of bolts in to hold it in place. The rest is just doing the opposite of what you did to take it out. Just make sure to tighten the bolts of the motor onto the regulator if you changed it or it could put a bind on the cable and ruin this regulator too.
If you are trying to get to the water pump bolts behing the mount, you only have to move it to the front.
Support the engine from below or on top with a bar. I used a 4 x 4 x 8' wood beam and coat hanger wire to the alternator mount, lifting the engine and placing blocks on the metal in front of the radiator to hold the plank high enough.
There are 4 bolts, 15mm holding the frame side, a long bolt thru the mount (remove this), and 3 bolts to the engine (remove all). Can not remove, but can slide it forward enough for water pump access.
Hey krystal==This is a VERY BIG JOB. I suggest you take it to a auto trim shop. GoodluckJoe
Hey I own a 1995 Presidential, to remove the dash I know as far as the front plate that trimes out the radio and controls is mostly clips that u can pop out but first there are Philips head screws in each vent. If u look at the top of the vent(inside the vent) at the top u will find a screw. After you take those out , it's clips on the top of the dash, u get the top to pop out pull firm but with caution. Then u tip the top away lifting it up and the bottom, it lifts right out. when u go to put it back in place use tape such as electrical or masking tape. Tape over the screw hole in the inside of each vent pop the screw in the tape to help u put the screws back in. Good Luck!!!
P.S.Shift on the column in 1st, and tilt your steering wheel all the way down to finish getting it out.
First, you'll need to remove the wood trim from the dash. It is held in by a series of clips, so it's just a matter of carefully popping the trim out. Once the wood trim pieces are removed, next you'll remove the vents from the black trim of the dash. Turn them all the way to one side and pull as best as you can. They will pop out (although you might need a screwdriver to wedge in behind if they don't come right out). Removing the wood trim and vents will reveal approximately 10 (don't recall the exact #) torx head screws. Remove those, and then you can remove the black dash panel (you might need to shift the car into neutral to get the panel out). Then, the radio will be exposed. Remove the two remaining screws and then the radio. The plugs clip in and can be stiff to remove. From there, connect your new radio (if it's factory, just plug it in) and then reassemble the dash.
Although after reading the answer above me, I am thinking they might be Phillips head. Either way, there are screws to remove...
You can't. It is computer controlled. Actually, that's not necessarily true.... All you need is a Chilton's manual to trace the location of the vehicle speed sensor (VSS) wire, which goes to your ECM. Find the wire, clip it and splice in a toggle switch to your dashboard, then run the wire back to the other side of the wire you snipped. Switch off, the VSS is disabled and probably, you will get a computer code or some check engine light that will come on. No big deal, after you do the dirty deed of speeding above and beyond what all of us disapprove of, just switch your toggle back on and POOF! Your VSS works again! (Sorry boys, I'm a gearhead...) Steelman1196 you need to buy a programmer from hypertech. you can get rid of a governor, adjust you're timing, adjust you're speedo for different size tire, regulate the fuel/air .....ect. 20-30 extra horses! depending nick Actually, that's not necessarily true.... All you need is a Chilton's manual to trace the location of the vehicle speed sensor (VSS) wire, which goes to your ECM. Find the wire, clip it and splice in a toggle switch to your dashboard, then run the wire back to the other side of the wire you snipped. Switch off, the VSS is disabled and probably, you will get a computer code or some check engine light that will come on. No big deal, after you do the dirty deed of speeding above and beyond what all of us disapprove of, just switch your toggle back on and POOF! Your VSS works again! (Sorry boys, I'm a gearhead...) Steelman1196
The 1988 Buick Skylark 2.3 liter engine serpentine belt tensioner pulley is held in place with a single retaining bolt. The retaining bolt will be in the center of the pulley. Remove the retaining bolt.
Raise wiper arm up off the windshield. Pull the little metal tab and rotate the catch out that holds the arm up off the windshield. Then pull on the base of the wiper arm and wiggle it up off the splines.
The 2001 Buick LeSabre rear shocks are held in place with a retaining bolt on each end of the shock. Remove the retaining bolts and the old shocks will come off. Reverse the process to install your new rear shocks.
Because its a 1988 Buick LeSabre
The catalytic converter on a 1994 Buick LeSabre can be removed to be replaced. It cannot be removed permanently from the vehicle. Removing the catalytic converter will cause the vehicle to not run properly because there are oxygen sensors attached to it that the car needs. Also, removing the catalytic converter permanently may violate state laws against pollution in some states.
My 92 Lesabre broke the little security wire where it attaches to the ignition switch. Every time you turn the key, it flexes the wire. There was enough slack coming up the column for me to splice/solder back together. I had to take the steering wheel off and remove the steering wheel lock. Be careful with the airbag! You can probably find how to remove everything on this forum.
There are two thing that will cause this. One being the chip in the key is no good, or the security/anti-theft computer is no good. Try your spare key firts. If not, tow it to the dealership for the computer as it will need to be flashed and will be costly.
you have to remove the wood grain trim peice by just pulling then remove the air vents there are about 7 screws under the wood trim and then another 1 under each vent then open the glove box to get to 2 more screws then remove it once you remove all the screws the dash should lift right out
Does it die when you let off gas (@ redlights ect.)? Is chk eng light on? If chk eng light on take to Auto Zone & they may have OLDER comp (some only have `96 or newer) and check for FREE. Had same prob w/ `90 computer found it was cam sensor. If no light chk local Buick dealer PARTS department some are helpful (FREE) some are not ($) but any should be helpful. My son had that problem with his '91 & it turned out to be crankshaft sensor.
I know but for a small fee I will charge you. I am about to go take the 3.00 test light I bought at walmart to find out. I think info should be shared not sold. If I could pay for help I would pay for installation. I will be back with the answer for free just because that's what kind of guy I am.
http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductDetail.aspx?mfrcode=BAR&mfrpartnumber=1876029&parttype=123&ptset=A Copy this ^ into your address bar it, will open up a page that as a good picture of a starter for a '93
The reason the key is stuck is because the shifter linkage is out of alignment. To remove the key just remove the black plastic piece the surrounds the ignition key , use a finger nail file or something similar , it pops out pretty easy , then you will see a little "Red" colored button , push the button in , you now will be able to push the black button in and the key can now be removed. I know I'm a genius !
try a new coilpack assembly ,,it worked for me I had a similar problem on my 87 Century 3.8l. My Cam Position Sensor was overheating which changed the voltage and kept the car from running. I diagnosed it by pouring some cold water on the sensor when the vehicle wouldn't start and when it did I knew it was that sensor. It could also have been the Crankshaft Position Sensor. I would have chilled it next to determine this. I would also test that the the Fuel Pressure is accurate. My fuel pump worked intermittently causing the car to be hard starting when hot. ( I replaced the fuel pump and then found out about the sensors.) Good Luck!
The turn signal flasher on a 2005 Buick Century is under the dash on the driver's side of the vehicle. Look for a small box just above, and to the right, of the brace that holds the brake pedal in place.
Hello: You must first remove the battery. There is a clip on the front side of the battery that holds the bottom rim of the battery down. Unscrew the nut, remove the clip and slide the battery up and out. (First disconnect the cables) Then, there are four clips that hold the lid of the air cleaner compartment to the base. Unsnap these and the top comes off. Careful, the clips can fall off and are hard to reistall. Remove the old filter, and clean out the compartment, remove dust and dirt, and install new filter. Reverse the above steps and you are done.
You need to siphon it out. You'll also need several gas cans if the tank is full.
I tried to change the harmonic balancer of my biuck lesabre 1994, but i can't remove the old one, the bold in the center is very , very tight and i don't know the type of screw, right or left turn.
Google "how to improve (or boost) your Internet connection to ___" or something like that. That should help :)
Ps. this answer needs improvement, please improve cuz i don't really know.
Can't say for sure, but I would encourage you to remove the kick panel and look under the dashboard at the far right side of the passenger's legspace.