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yes very possible

1995 Buick... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


sounds as if the heater core is leaking if the windows are not leaking

1995 Buick... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


the 3800 v6 motors have the reservoir on the power steering pump - if looking at motor drive belt - alt on top of motor back toward windshield - p/s is at bottom of motor toward windshield - lean over motor or slide arm down around alt. - when not running and not hot - unscrew cap - funnel will be needed if fluid is low

1995 Buick... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


I had one in my shop last week doing the same thing. When you try to give more gas it slows down. The problem with the one I had was a plugged converter.

1995 Buick... | Answered on Jun 04, 2014


Check your oil level in your engine, may have a valve tappet. check your fan/ timing belts for damage. Add & or replace if needed.

1995 Buick... | Answered on May 27, 2014


When I had my Buick we had problems similar to this and we just went to the auto wreckers and pulled one out of another car and replaced it and then it seemed to be fine. It's relatively easy to replace and a cheap fix, the unit cost us around $10 at the auto wreckers.

1995 Buick... | Answered on May 22, 2014


Fuel injection fluid basically cleans carbon (soot) and soot/oily buildup from the injector tips where they squirt gas. There are hundreds of brands on the market. I do know of a few that are great.

1995 Buick... | Answered on May 09, 2014


also have your fuel pressure checked.

1995 Buick... | Answered on May 09, 2014


have your tech check your transmission as well as your catalytic converters which may be clogged from age.

1995 Buick... | Answered on May 09, 2014


Please let me know does move at all or if you try to switch it is it just blows air up on windshield?

1995 Buick... | Answered on May 05, 2014


Bad wire or switch. Also ck that the latch mount is secure "not loose".

1995 Buick... | Answered on Apr 29, 2014


Got fuel? Sounds crazy but you'd be surprised how many times I have poured a gallon of gasoline into someones car to get it to start.

No start condition is the most frustrating problem. More information on what happens when you turn the key would help......but basicaly you need 4 things to make a car start. Fuel. Air. Spark. Timing. Fuel, Air, Spark and Timing are needed to start/run. Asked about fuel, but is the fuel getting to the cylinder? Do you have fuel pressure at the fuel rail(s)? When you turn the key to the "On" or "Run" position, do you hear a whining sound coming from the rear (fuel tank area)? That is your fuel pump priming the system. No sound? Check fuses and relays associated with the fuel system. Air. You need air to the cylinder to make it start and run. Check your air intake and filter. Really clogged and dirty filter? Pull it out and try to start. No go? Put it back (change ASAP) and look for Spark. Spark includes battery. Are there any loose connections to/from your battery? Really corroded terminals? Clean and tighten the connections. Try to start. No go? Pull the spark plug wire off an easily accessible spark plug (grasp the "boot" as close to the plug as possible and wiggle back and forth easily while pulling - these boots and wire connectors are fairly delicate). Remove the spark plug (be careful and dont break it or cross thread it when putting back in) and pop the wire back on it and set the plug on top of your engine (away from the spark plug hole). Have someone try to start the engine. You should see the spark plug fire its tiny bright blue spark. If not, you have found your problem. The problem is likely a bad coil, bad coil wire, distributor cap, rotor or a combination of these. If you have spark, then it has come down to timing. There are lots of things that affect timing in modern cars. There are a couple of sensors that jump out - Crankshaft and Camshaft position sensors. These will generally quit working while driving and you will likely notice the problem beforehand with it running really rough and getting crappy mileage, and the check engine light will come on and give you all kinds of hints. IF you turn the key and nothing happens, it might be a broken timing belt, but again, those usually fail under working conditions. It is possible (rare) the timing belt slipped/broke when you last shut off the engine, but I would point at the other 3 things first (Fuel, Air & Spark). Hope this helps. Good luck.

1995 Buick... | Answered on Apr 22, 2014


Coil faulty.

1995 Buick... | Answered on Apr 19, 2014


check fluid condition first if good check for linkage and selector switch positions, also possible shift soloniod problem, if fluid is burned or smells burned you will need to remove trans for repair

1995 Buick... | Answered on Apr 13, 2014


You must use a OBD 1.5 scanner. Even though the scanner is the same shape as the OBD II it is not electrically the same. You may have to take it to a shop with an older scan tool.

1995 Buick... | Answered on Apr 12, 2014

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