Does it matter which one I pull? You look near the driver's rear wheel, but actually a little bit in front of that. Due to their poor design, the wheel speed sensors develop really wimpy signals to start with. I have a '91 Regal and agree with Mayer. Your mechanic can also drive the car with a scanner connected to view the wheel speed data. At first I thought it would go away but i started hearing a hummng sound. But if the traction light is on after you lost the traction control as well.
Whallah, the light turned off instantly and has stayed off. Take a look at all the connections. I've tried Giulio's above mentioned method to clear it and, alas, it's still there. Before i could do that i had a slow leak on my tire and when fixed iwas told i had a bend rim. Hello All: I have the same problem. First time for me was passenger side.
The steering wheel is worn out and the struts bang and bounce. I mean without a doubt i can say there r many out there with the same problem but either they r 2 impatient or 2 rich or 2 poor to have a computer and visit sites like these or may be dunno how to use a computer or dunno bout web sites like these. . It also sat in a field for a while and had some mice chewing on the wires. The anti lock braking system failed with a grinding sound occurring. I also saw that someone went through a puddle and this happened, we had a big thunderstorm last night and i'm wondering if that is what caused our problem today.
Hopefully, the article of How to Reset the Change Oil Soon Reminder on a Buick Century useful for you. When I turn the car off the lights go off and there are none of the symptoms until I hit an uneven spot in the road or go over a bump etc. You can pry up the arm off of the shaft and then check the teeth. They do… disconnect the battery and leave it off for about 5 minutes. Car started right up later, then same cycle accompanied by temp gauge going through he roof. How to Reset the Change Oil Soon Reminder on a Buick Century — The Buick Century is an automobile produced by Buick from 1936 to 2005.
Your nearest Autozone will do that for free. Fully press and release the accelerator pedal three time in five seconds. Had to get the car out so I got it to my home. Please resopnd I would just pull the fuse labeled abs it will not take out the brake lights etc. It works just fine on most Hyundai, Honda, acura, Lexus, infinity, gm, and other cars. The more I think about it, the more I believe the water probably killed the sesnor. Thank you but you didn't address my questions.
And they only changed the one that threw the code though both were noisy. In 1978, this model became smaller. I was waiting to pull out of Target at a slight decline when I noticed the lights on, my steering wheel was turned I think. The light can also come on when its over filled with gas and the fuel system sensor can tell the gas cap is loose, defective, or something has set off the evap system. I replace the sensor about 2wice a year. Steady Check Engine Light: If your check engine light is on every time you operate your Century, you need to have it checked as soon as possible, especially if you notice performance problems or unusual noises.
He also told me they check they checked the resistance in the wheel speed sensor and everything checked out okay. I took it to a dealer to diagnose it and they said left side wheel speed sensor. The brakes are holding good, but sometimes when applied I hear a noise from the brakes. Sometimes the simplest fixes are the ones we tend to overlook. Today I took both front wheels off to check the wiring harnesses and connections. But in some areas, laws wont allow them too.
Put everything back together, and I still have the lights on. Performance on car has increased and it runs very smooth. After replacing those and an intake gasket i get the suv back, its not over heating anymore. The consumer was told the brake squeak and water intrusion were un-related. Flashing Check Engine Light: If your check engine light is flashing, stop driving your Century and have it towed to your nearest mechanic - you probably have a very serious problem with your car and you risk ruining your engine by driving it. Well the car ran excellent for the first 6 months or so. The motor will run rough for the first 5 minutes of drive time, but after all the sensors restet and re aqui … re the new data, it will smooth out.
Two things: I've read talk of it being a fault within the lighting circuit, but no light issues exist that I know of. The light is on for a reason, and that will at least point the way in diagnosis once a technician knows the codes. After about 20-30 seconds the check engine light should turn off. Another time it was caused by new tires that bounced too much when going over a curb. I still hate dealers and only go in for warranty work I have a real mech for the rest.