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  1. bobbycos
    10-16-2011 03:03 PM
    bobbycos
    hi, my name is bob and i work for kmb automotive in the bronx. i saw that you are in upstate ny and are part of the lumina forums. my employer has a bunch of new aftermarket fenders and other body parts for these cars, they are about to scrap them , if interested please email richie at kmbbx@aol.com. i hate to see good parts go to the trash thanks in advance bob
  2. maxwedge
    09-27-2011 07:46 PM
    maxwedge
    Get a special plastic edge tool for removing body trim so you don't scratch things up and pry off the panel, carefully.
  3. auto trainy
    09-27-2011 06:21 AM
    auto trainy
    Max, I have to replace the lamps on my AC/Heater control module 2001 Buick Le Sabre,what is the best way to remove the plastic wood trim to get at the module,
    Thank's, Frank
  4. emilyfallen
    08-16-2011 07:30 PM
    emilyfallen
    hi...
  5. Chris Stewart
    08-15-2011 08:06 PM
    Chris Stewart
    Yup and there's rumors of those things going 8.30's in testing.
    Check out their SS/B qualifying and Class Eliminations, at INDY last year.

    http://www.dragracecentral.com/Serie...ilter=&Month=9
  6. JPal
    03-10-2011 06:06 PM
    JPal
    I also have a 95 Cutless Supreme. It's a 2 door. Anyway mine reveded up real high and it turned out to be a computer problem. It costs about $100 at the time which was about 6 years ago. I also have a problem with my check engine light. The mechanic said he even took off the EGR valve and the car kept running. Which it should not do. These Olds tend to have a intake maniford gasket problem when they get older. Mine is leaking oil. All and all the car is starting to show old age but I still love it. Anyone know where I can get a new beige glove compartment or at least a new handle for it? I have serched everywhere.
  7. bmorebuick88
    10-05-2010 08:11 PM
    bmorebuick88
    hey, i updated my thread with the info you requested if you want to take a look at it.
  8. pamkrose
    10-02-2010 03:06 PM
    pamkrose
    1996 Buick LaSabre, starter goes click, click, dash lights & radio are strong. Starter, starter relay...?
  9. maxwedge
    09-09-2010 09:16 AM
    maxwedge
    You need to have a scan done and look at what the fuel pressure should be I believe this is low, do a search for the right fuel pressure.
  10. dornier34
    09-08-2010 09:41 PM
    dornier34
    Hi there I have this truck trail blazer 2002, 4.3 V6 ,the maximum RPM that I can get is 3500 rpm pedal to the floor , , no enough power when I take for a ride ,, I replaced fuel filter , check the fuel pressure about 54 psi ok I am not sure is ok the pressure of this pump , I check the fuel pressure regulator hold the pressure about 52 psi , no vacuum leaks , no codes , I remove the oxygen sensor to see if the catalytic converter is clogged but looks same power no difference, new air filter , cleaned the throttle body and same thing no difference ,when is cold has no power , but when is hot runs ok, any ideas what is the real pressure fuel for this truck ? the dealer is saying something about the transmission no sure because is in parking ? I think they are looking for money this suckers dealers .any ideas will be helpful. thanks dornier 34

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  • About maxwedge
    City
    Chestertown
    State
    New York
    Zip Code
    12817
    Country
    United States
    Occupation
    Retired Cadillac Troubleshooter
    Interests
    Weightlifting, Nhra drag racing, fishing
    Biography
    ASE Master,not renewed
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