Top 20 2006 Buick LaCrosse Questions & Answers


Is this the fuse you pulled or a different fuse? I looked at info for automatic hvac on your vehicle. The fuse in the diagram shows to be a dedicated circuit, no splices on the wire circuit, goes to havc control module.
It might be possible to use inline fuse off positive battery post. That way you could bypass the fuse block and the wiring circuit both, up to a point. You would need to leave pig-tail wire at the hvac control module to splice new wire. At the fuse block, just leave the fuse unplugged. The autostore sells inline fuse socket. You may not want to get into this, in this manner? Just a thought. Of course if the problem is the hvac control module itself or wire connector at the module, it won't work. I'm just thinking out loud.
hvac fuse-mjcomtb2yfd1cmim320u4r0d-2-0.jpg

2006 Buick... | 109 views | 0 helpful votes


try scanning the speeds at low speed 5-10 mph and '
check connector for water or corrosion if ok it is probably
the sensor

2006 Buick... | 133 views | 0 helpful votes


I think you should go for manual first after that it would be easy for you to solve your problem. I had visited this site past 2 months before for my vehicle and find it quite helpful may be you will also get something useful here
Buick Allure LaCrosse Workshop Service Repair Manual 2005 2006 2007 2008...

2006 Buick... | 172 views | 0 helpful votes


Is there a fuse on low beams? Check for that and power reaching the lamp assemblies. Grounds? Connections? New sensor?

2006 Buick... | 837 views | 0 helpful votes


From Info I have looked at I believe under hood micro switch relay 35 is for low beam and 34 is for high beam. It also looks like you have a different fuse for each light. The relay are for both low beam or both high beams. each headlight has its own fuse. I believe #4 fuse under hood is for passenger side low beam. fuses 1-4 under hood are for the four headlights as I understand the info I have seen.

2006 Buick... | 876 views | 0 helpful votes


It sound like two or three separate problems, but it's hard to tell. The seat belt warning could be a faulty switch which senses a passenger in the seat, while the trunk lid opening could be a battery problem in the key fob. However, if the door locks still work with the same key fob, the problem is more likely with the lock on the trunk. Not starting after stopping could be a battery problem.

2006 Buick... | 222 views | 0 helpful votes


bad battery and if i don't drive the car couple of days then it goes dead ??? It's not the battery , you have a parasitic draw on the electrical system , that is what is draining the battery . Could be the instrument cluster .Watch this video . What's giving out 13 volts or when ? With the engine running hooking a volt meter to the battery the voltage should be 13 - 14 volts , depending on the load on the electrical system.
Chevrolet Truck Battery Dies Overnight Part

Does the vehicle have column or floor mounted gear selector ? Both have a safety feature Electronic Park Lock (EPL)/Ignition Lock Cylinder Control Actuator:
Electronic Park Lock (EPL)/Ignition Lock Cylinder Control Actuator: If the vehicle is equipped with automatic transmission and a floor mounted console gear shift, it has an ignition lock cylinder control actuator system in the steering column. The ignition lock cylinder control actuator purpose is to prevent the ignition key from being turned to the OFF position when the transmission is in any position other than PARK and the vehicle may still be moving. The column ignition lock system consists of an ignition lock cylinder control actuator, and a park position switch that is located in the automatic transmission shift lock control switch. The ignition lock cylinder control actuator contains a pin that is spring loaded to mechanically prevent the ignition key cylinder from being turned to the lock position when the vehicle transmission is not in the PARK position. If vehicle power is lost, and/or the transmission is not in the PARK position the operator will not be able to turn the ignition key to the lock position and will not be able to remove the ignition key from the column.
Linear Shift Assembly: If the vehicle is equipped with a column mounted gear shift, it has a linear shift assembly on the steering column. The linear shift assembly has a cable that runs from the linear shift assembly to the ignition lock cylinder case. The purpose of this cable is to prevent the ignition key from being turned to the OFF position when the transmission is in gear and the vehicle may still be moving. The linear shift assembly cable contains a pin that is spring loaded to mechanically prevent the ignition key cylinder from being turned to the lock position when the vehicle transmission is not in the PARK position. If vehicle power is lost, and/or the transmission is not in the PARK position the operator will not be able to turn the ignition key to the lock position and will not be able to remove the ignition key from the column.

2006 Buick... | 983 views | 0 helpful votes


Visit the on-line store, know as reliable-store, they have the repair manuals. I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem.
Best Manuals

2006 Buick... | 130 views | 0 helpful votes


not knowing the make model and year it is hard to say
however as all cars are assembled in the factory with the heater core already installed , it generally becomes easier to remove the dash to exchange the heater core
talk with a radiator shop or a service center for how to do it

2006 Buick... | 40 views | 0 helpful votes


this is for a 3.6L engine, should be the same either way. doesnt seem extremely difficult

  1. Turn the ignition OFF.
  2. Remove the ignition coil.
  3. Use compressed air in order to remove debris from the spark plug cavity.
CAUTION: Refer to Safety Glasses and Compressed Air Caution in Service Precautions .

NOTE: Clean the spark plug recess area before removing the spark plug. Failure to do so could result in engine damage because of dirt or foreign material entering the cylinder head, or by the contamination of the cylinder head threads. The contaminated threads may prevent the proper seating of the new plug. Use a thread chaser to clean the threads of any contamination.
  1. Remove the spark plug.
NOTE: Allow the engine to cool before removing the spark plugs. Attempting to remove the spark plugs from a hot engine may cause the plug threads to seize, causing damage to cylinder head threads.

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
  1. Ensure that the spark plug gap is equivalent to the spark plug gap specification. Refer to Ignition System Specifications.
NOTE:
  • Use only the spark plugs specified for use in the vehicle. Do not install spark plugs that are either hotter or colder than those specified for the vehicle. Installing spark plugs of another type can severely damage the engine.
  • Check the gap of all new and reconditioned spark plugs before installation. The pre-set gaps may have changed during handling. Use a round feeler gage to ensure an accurate check. Installing the spark plugs with the wrong gap can cause poor engine performance and may even damage the engine.
  1. Install the spark plug.
NOTE: Be sure that the spark plug threads smoothly into the cylinder head and the spark plug is fully seated. Use a thread chaser, if necessary, to clean threads in the cylinder head. Cross-threading or failing to fully seat the spark plug can cause overheating of the plug, exhaust blow-by, or thread damage.

Tighten the spark plug to 20 N.m (15 lb ft) .
  1. Install the ignition coil.


26252193-gjaozkvamcccpvfgr5edjxnv-1-0.gif

2006 Buick... | 500 views | 1 helpful votes


Check selector switch or contact relay worn out
If its damage then need to replace it

Thank you

2006 Buick... | 45 views | 0 helpful votes


The diagram shows only a blower motor control module.

2006 Buick... | 92 views | 0 helpful votes


I hear an abrasive toothpaste works.

2006 Buick... | 111 views | 0 helpful votes


Nir, Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
"I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info."
2006 Buick code links explanation.

P0318 OBD II Check Engine Code Rough Road GMC General Motors

U1300 OBD II Engine Code GMC General Motors

P1629 OBD II Check Engine Code GMC General Motors

2006 Buick... | 1,621 views | 3 helpful votes


Rudy, From the factory, the Buick LaCrosse probably had no grease fittings on it. Over time parts may have been changed, the new parts may or may not of had grease fittings. Grease fittings for steering could be found on lower ball joints and outer tie rod ends if they had been replaced. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
"I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info."

How to Stop Your Car From Squeaking

Steering May Develop Clunk Noise From Upper Intermediate Steering Shaft...

The Intermediate Shaft and Steering Issues

Chassis greasing tie rods ball joints properly JOETHEAUTOGUY

2006 Buick... | 398 views | 0 helpful votes


Inflatable Restraint Side Impact Sensor Replacement
Inside drivers door ! Have to take inside door panel off . You mite find a video on youtube on how to do it .

Removal Procedure
Caution: Refer to SIR Caution in the Preface section.

showgif.do?image=863414

tif.gif
Caution: Do not strike or jolt the inflatable restraint side impact sensor (SIS). Before applying power to the SIS make sure that it is securely fastened. Failure to observe the correct installation procedures could cause SIR deployment, personal injury, or unnecessary SIR system repairs.
  1. Disable the SIR system. Refer to SIR Disabling and Enabling or to SIR Disabling and Enabling .
  2. Place the window in the raised position to access the sensor.
  3. Remove the door trim panel. Refer to Front Side Door Trim Panel Replacement in Doors.
  4. Remove enough of the water deflector to access the side impact sensor (1).
  5. Loosen the bolts (2) on the inflatable restraint side impact sensor (1).
  6. Remove the inflatable restraint side impact sensor (1) out from the door (4).
    showgif.do?image=834331
  7. tif.gif
  8. Remove the connector position assurance (CPA) (3) from the side impact sensor connector (4).
  9. Disconnect the side impact sensor connector (4).
  10. Remove the sensor from the vehicle.

2006 Buick... | 131 views | 0 helpful votes

Not finding what you are looking for?

663 questions posted

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Popular Products

Top Buick Experts

Marvin
Marvin

Level 3 Expert

85222 Answers

Jonah Oneal

Level 3 Expert

14092 Answers

Colin Stickland
Colin Stickland

Level 3 Expert

22485 Answers

Are you a Buick Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

View Most Popular

LaCrosse Buick

  • LaCrosse Buick

Most Popular Question

hesitating 2006 buick lacrosse

  • Cars & Trucks
Loading...