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Uses a distributor , doesn't have a crank sensor . Take it to a qualified repair shop.

1992 Buick... | Answered on Oct 16, 2018


The battery connections on those are prone to corrosion and poor contact. Take the connections apart and clean them thoroughly. Use a wire brush, use di-electric grease on them.

1992 Buick... | Answered on Aug 11, 2017


Oh boy, I just went through this with my '92 Lesabre, took a long time to trace it all down, and wound up splicing in a new wire just to my instrument cluster lights. A short kept blowing fuses somewhere in that circuit.
Down where your feet go, up under the dash at the fuse panel, there is a 15 amp fuse for park/tail lights. When you hit the light switch (for heads or park lights), power is sent to that fuse, and then to the exterior park lights. There is another wire from that fuse (green wire on mine) that also goes up under the dash, and splices to several bulbs-on the radio, on the HVAC controller, on the ashtray light, also one to the under hood lamp, and then one to the dimmer/brighter switch on the dash, the rheostat that controls brightness of interior lights. One of the green splices goes into this switch, and then another wire goes from this switch to the instrument cluster for the gauge and dash illumination. I couldn't find the short, so ran a new wire from the park light fuse to the gray wire to the instrument cluster for the cluster bulbs. I bypassed the dimmer, and left off the HVAC bulbs and ashtray light. Too much trouble to wire them all up, and think my short may have been in the dimmer rheostat.
If you have a voltmeter, pull out the dimmer switch and check for power on those wires, the green from the fuse. The park light must be switched on, or the fuse has no power. There be 8 or 9 wires on that dimmer rheostat-I never did figure out where all of them went. Asked all over a Buick forum, but nobody had an answer.

1992 Buick... | Answered on Dec 02, 2016


There should be a release handle at the lower end of the dashboard immediately above the pedal used to set the brake. Pulling out on this handle will release the brake. Note that it may be 'faired in' to the dash, possibly appearing as a small panel, but should have an opening along the bottom to insert your fingers into.

1992 Buick... | Answered on Nov 19, 2016


Remove window and side vent track.then you can remove vent glass

1992 Buick... | Answered on Aug 25, 2016


try disconnecting the NEG battery cable for 5 Min and reconnect this should reset to defaults.
Mike

1992 Buick... | Answered on Feb 25, 2016


i need help with the same problem

1992 Buick... | Answered on Nov 30, 2015


you use the coded key and that turns the security off .

1992 Buick... | Answered on Oct 10, 2015


Your car has automatic leveling (air shocks) something is broken and there is too much air in the shocks.

1992 Buick... | Answered on Apr 23, 2015


DIY? I recommend a repair manual, you will want one next time
anyway. Your auto parts store should have one. or try filepeep.com or manualslib.com
You can try google images, you might get lucky. Or your "club" on line. They probably have members that have done this kind of thing before.

1992 Buick... | Answered on Apr 10, 2015


13 lbs off pressure its only a throttle body with 2 injector

1992 Buick... | Answered on Mar 15, 2015

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