If you ever plan on putting this car in a concourse. My first was a '99, which I traded with over 145,000 miles. Car had to be towed to dealership for repair. Removal Procedure The accessory drive belt drives all engine mounted accessories. Don't really use the rear windows anyway. All driven accessories are rigidly mounted to the engine.
Really good fuel economy for the size. The body is starting to show some rust, but again, with these many miles and being 15 years old, as well as being a Wisconsin car, I'm not the least bit surprised. Model year 1998 Year of manufacture 1998 First year of ownership 2010 Most recent year of ownership 2010 Engine and transmission 3. I luckily got it back in the driveway. My Acura only gets 21. Went out to go to work. I'll be forced to buy the motor and regulator as one.
Anti freeze entered the engine and mixed with the oil. I will probably trade mine in a few years for an Enclave or Town Car, since none of the new Buick sedans appeal to me at all. It is my belief that the arms that hold the window in place, and guide the window up and down, begin to get worn, and loose, and allows the window to tilt forward, which is why the window seems to bite the rubber trim near the rear of the window. I found a new motor for cheap at rockauto. On domestic cars yours: I think.
Right size, right looks, right comfort, and efficient to boot. Park Avenues tell you when the oil needs changing, whether you are a quart low or not, and whether the coolant level has dropped. The plastic upper intake plenum was replaced because it had warped from the heat and started to leak. Once I get the door panel off, and see what's wrong, I'll post back here with results, but, I have to get the darn panel off first. Driver's seat control board broken. The best mileage I've ever gotten was on a 125 miles trip with the wind at my back, I got 35.
Drive 8 to 12 hours no problem. This seems to be a congenital flaw, because most others I tested had the same issue. It drives nice and smooth and picks up when passing. It's pretty high-tech for the late 90s. For those who have a window that operates slowly, or pops out of the rubber trim, I'm going to suggest something is worn, or loose, and allowing the window to cock on an angle.
The result is a strength and solidity that keeps the car free from vibration, chassis quiver, and rattles. A slow up and down driver's window. I opened my door panel, and got into the door a bit, and it appears the X looking arms that drive the window up and down, are flexing. After Moving the window up I can hear the motor continue to try to crank the window up until I slightly click down on the window switch. Had I done that in the beginning, I wouldn't have my window tilting almost far enough to fall out. The assembly quality is impeccable. After Moving the window up I can hear the motor continue to try to crank the window up until I slightly click down on the window switch.
It was repaired by a certified Buick dealer. Could I be getting o. Even the stereo system is on par with today's stereos. I was going to get a key made and the guy was astounded when i told him what car it was. Otherwise, these cars are essentially bulletproof, and quite simple and inexpensive to maintain and operate.
They feel it is not their problem. The trunk is huge, and the interior is very comfortable. Sam , western new york Mad9C1. So many options like heated seats, automatic intermittent wipers. Super comfprtable for a lagre person like myself.
In this video the magnet I used was not really strong enough that is why you see the edit and the tap tap tap sound at the end. Problem: Driver side window goes up slow after about half way. Everyone should get a chance to own a G Body. This can be as bad as having a hydro lock on the engine. Throughout my career, I've always touted cars that were long on agility and short on curb weight. There was a strong odor of raw fuel. Fit the new neoprene hose.