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2017 Buick Enclave Spark Plug ACDelco

P311-0C00585    W0133-1942174  New

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ACDelco Spark Plug
  • Professional Iridium
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2008 Buick Enclave Starter Relay Kit ACDelco

P311-3CE6F47    W0133-1869849  New

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ACDelco Starter Relay Kit
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
Brand: ACDelco
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2017 Buick Enclave Starter Relay ACDelco

P311-3CE6F47    W0133-1869849  New

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  • GM Original Equipment
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ACDelco
2008 Buick Enclave Vapor Canister Purge Solenoid ACDelco

P311-3968F30    W0133-1866479  New

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ACDelco Vapor Canister Purge Solenoid
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • Location-Engine Bay
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Gates
2010 Buick Enclave Radiator Cap Gates

P311-229412C    W0133-1690827  New

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Gates Radiator Cap
  • OE Type
Brand: Gates
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ACDelco
2010 Buick Enclave Radiator Cap ACDelco

P311-33D4733    W0133-1690827  New

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ACDelco Radiator Cap
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  • GM Original Equipment
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ACDelco
2009 Buick Enclave Spark Plug ACDelco

P311-3C82799    W0133-2102458  New

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ACDelco Spark Plug
  • Professional Platinum
  • Platinum
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ACDelco
2011 Buick Enclave Engine Timing Set ACDelco

P311-3C19477    W0133-2957467  New

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ACDelco Engine Timing Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • Includes Chain(s), Gaskets, Seals and Tensioners
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2011 - Buick Enclave
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CURT Trailer Hitch  Rear
  • Class 3 Trailer Hitch with 2in. Receiver
  • 5000lbs. Gross Trailer Weight; 500lbs. Tongue Weight; 6000lbs. Weight Distributing; 600lbs. Weight Distributing Tongue Weight Square Main Body~ No Drilling Required~ Visibility: Exposed~ Install Time 30 Minutes
  • Class III 2 in. Receiver Hitch
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Shape: Square
    • Drilling Required: No
    • Finish: Gloss Black Powder Coat
    • Gross Trailer Weight: 5000 Lbs.
    • Install Time: 30 Minutes
    • Position: Rear
    • Receiver Tube Size: 2.000 In.
    • Visibility: Exposed
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: No
    • WC Tongue Weight: 500
    • WD Tongue Weight: 600
    • Weight Carrying Capacity: 5000
    • Weight Distribution: 6000
  • Whatever your task at hand -- whether its launching that boat before daybreak, setting up your camper before the rush or getting a final load to the dump before close -- CURT class 3 trailer hitches offer the strength needed for serious towing. They make it easy to hitch up and Bring It, offering a vehicle-specific fit and the weight capacity to handle a variety of trailers. Custom class 3 hitches are the most common type of receiver hitch for pickup trucks and SUVs. Because of their weight range, they are also found on full-size cars, crossovers and minivans. Each custom class 3 hitch is made vehicle-specific. This particular model fits certain years of the Buick Enclave, Chevy Traverse, GMC Acadia and Saturn Outlook (see application info to verify vehicle compatibility). It provides a weight carrying capacity of 5,000 lbs. GTW and 500 lbs. TW. It is also compatible with a weight distribution hitch for level towing and a rating of 6,000 lbs. WD and 600 lbs. WDTW. CURT class 3 trailer hitches are typically used to tow utility trailers, boat trailers, campers, snowmobile or ATV haulers and more (NOTE: Never exceed the lowest-rated towing component). Each class 3 hitch has a 2" receiver tube and is tested in accordance with SAE J684 for safety. To ensure that CURT class 3 receiver hitches have what it takes for serious trailering, they are designed using a hands-on approach and are constructed with high-strength steel and precise welding. We also protect our class 3 hitches in a co-cured finish of liquid Bonderite and black powder coat for superior resistance to rust, chipping and UV damage. Plus, to give you the confidence to Bring It no matter what your next task is, all class 3 hitches are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
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Husky Liners
2009 Buick Enclave Floor Mat Set - Rear Husky Liners - Heavy Duty Floor Mat

P311-08F4DF7    52021  New

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Husky Liners Floor Mat Set  Rear
  • 2nd Or 3rd Seat Floor Mats
  • Black; 2 pc.; Does Not Cover Hump May Require Trimming For Correct Fit/Trim Guides Molded In Mat
  • Heavy Duty Floor Mat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Material: Rubber
    • Position: Rear
    • Style: Molded
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Cancer And Reproductive
  • Available for virtually all of today's top selling vehicles, Husky Liners(R) Heavy Duty Floor Mats are made ultra tough to take whatever abuse you throw at them. Other mats have met their match.
Brand: Husky Liners
Position: Rear
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2009 Buick Enclave slow to cool

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Question From liveoak77 on 2009 Buick Enclave slow to cool

Went to test drive the Enclave and takes 10 minutes for the AC to cool down the car; it's large inside, 85° outside, bright sun, south Texas. Do I buy the Enclave or move to a Tahoe for a colder AC?

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Obviously it is going to take time for an ac system to cool down a large cabin that is sitting outside in the sun in Texas .

If you interested in a vehicle you should have your mechanic check the vehicle over completely, including the ac system's performance, before buying.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Could be totally normal depending as DS said. What color is this thing? That can matter big time or any if it was a crystal clear day with hours of full sun on it the air temp might be just 85F but the vehicle could be 110F ? Metal and all.

Texas - that's nothing. Try Phoenix with no shade. Lived for a school year in Denver and the mile high sun (no A/C in that car) was so intense if you didn't leave a towel over steering wheel you couldn't drive it without welding gloves!

I did A/C stuff and certified in it. I don't drive everyone else's vehicles but family has owned now 5 Suburbans and one Tahoe. This is MA and get just as hot here as almost anywhere, just doesn't last long, like hours only of a day. Been in some when first out and did take quite a while to cool those monsters.

If this is at a dealer try another one and compare it if you can catch the same conditions.

If dual A/C use front only at first if no rear passengers. Dual is just splitting the BTUs available not twice as strong. May be normal as said. It's big.

If you love the thing tinted glass and a move in some places is a light color dash pad - removable. If you've lived there you should know some tricks to help.

Off your exact topic but 85F isn't even hot yet!

T

2009 Buick Enclave

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Question From Justin-PA on 2009 Buick Enclave

Hi folks, first time joining this board. Looking for help on my 2009 Buick Enclave CXL (AWD). We have had a ton of engine issues on this car, BTW. I don't recommend it to anyone.

Last week had a transmission oil cooler line blow out and left my wife stranded. Towed the car home, I replaced the leaking line, drained the transmission and refilled with Valvoline Full Synthetic Dexron VI. The car will NOT budge. I can put the pedal to the floor and the engine revs but no go....The transmission had been shifting just fine before this happened.

There is a permenant code stored...P0979 "Transmission pressure control solenoid C stuck open". In order to get to this solenoid, I have to take the side cover off the transmission, which is doable but wont be fun. I'm curious if anyone has any recommendations here? I don't want to go thru this and have it still not work. And I can't afford to have a service shop do this. Any advice is appreciated.

Thanks,
Justin

Response From gsferraro

Hello,
Do you have reverse? Gary

Response From Justin-PA

Nope, nothing in any gear including reverse.

Response From gsferraro

Hello,
Ok, thanks. This trans is called a 6T75, 6 speed auto trans, with the tcm located inside of the transmission, The solenoid is only serviced as an assembly, which means you have to buy the tcm and have it programmed, but im not so sure that is your problem. Question, when you filled this trans how many quarts did you put in? How did the old fluid look? and smell?

Response From Justin-PA

Thanks for the info. I put in 6 quarts of fluid. That puts it at the full mark while running. At first I only put in about 5.3 which is what the book says, but I figure the cooler and other parts got emptied and maybe that is why it took a little more to get to full. The fluid that came out was brownish. From other boards I've been on I understand that is pretty normal for this transmission. We just turned 90,000 miles. The fluid in the trans did not smell burnt. There was lots of burnt fluid all under the car from hitting the exhaust.

What else could it be? I was thinking if the pressure control solenoid was stuck open, then maybe it would not allow pressure to build hence it would not move. But I have to say I am not a transmission expert. I'm better with engines.

One other thing...This started as a slow leak and while I was waiting for the trans line to come in...I had to drive the car. It stopped working completely when it ran low on fluid as the leak got a lot worse. I put a couple quarts in it and it ran fine again and we were trying to get home when it shut down again. At this point the leak was severe and we just towed it home. My point here is that when it is low on fluid in will stop working. But now I know I have enough fluid and no leaks and it wont budge.

Response From gsferraro

This trans has about 5 pressure control solenoids, pretty much each clutch pack has its own pressure solenoid. The odd thing about this is, theres nothing on in common(whats on in drive is not on in reverse), the only thing i can think of is its possible something broke causing the no move condition, the reason why i think something broke is it happened all of a sudden. Gary

Response From Discretesignals

Both Drive 1 and Reverse use R1 circuit (2-6 clutch). Only 3rd,4th, 5th, and 6th is when the 2-6 clutch isn't applied. Line pressure test time.

Response From Justin-PA

Both Drive 1 and Reverse use R1 circuit (2-6 clutch). Only 3rd,4th, 5th, and 6th is when the 2-6 clutch isn't applied. Line pressure test time.

I just ran out and and tried all 6 forward gears (it has the manual shift option). Same thing in all gears. Does that help?

Is there anything I can do here, or do I need to just get it to a Buick garage?

Response From gsferraro

hello,
Do you feel any engagement when you put it into drive or reverse? Is the fluid on the full mark or above the full mark. Gary

Response From Justin-PA

When I put it in gear, I don't really feel anything. When I give it gas, I can feel it trying to move...but it wont actually move. Almost like the brakes are on. Tonight I will take a look at the fluid level again. It is supposed to be at the full mark with engine running and fluid warm...but hard to get the fluid warm when its only 20-30 degrees in the garage and the thing won't move.

Response From gsferraro

Ok, let me know, pretty much if the fluid level is at the full mark, that would tell me your pump is turning, it may pay to add alittle more to confirm the level is rising, make sure you read both sides of the stick, if one side reads lower go with that as your reading. gary

Response From Justin-PA

OK so I checked the fluid level again tonight. When shut off the fluid level is at the full mark. However while running it is slightly below the MIN mark. So it does need more fluid...I will have to get another quart tomorrow. Could being just a little below MIN be the reason it wouldn't work at all?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That was a good test. I believe Gary wanted to know if the level was dropping when the engine was started to verify the front pump is working.

Response From gsferraro

This fluid should be checked running and at normal operating temp, just to rule out low fluid, add til its alittle above the full mark. Gary

Response From Justin-PA

Ok I added 3/4 qt additional fluid and running, engine warmed up the level is a little above full. Still was not getting any response...until. I put it in manual shift and was going thru and trying each gear. If I hold the accelerated for a few seconds the transmission slips into gear and car will move. Works in every gear but reverse. Thoughts?

Response From gsferraro

ok, when you said the car will move, do you mean a few feet or you can drive the car around? Gary

Response From Justin-PA

A few feet. Could not get it too far out of the garage since reverse does not work. I can get it outside and see how long it will move forward. Once I let go of the accelerator it goes back to how it was (ie, I have to then press the accelerator for a few seconds again before it moves again).

Response From gsferraro

what im wondering is, is the transmission in failsafe mode, that means if the computer sees a problem depending what gear your in it will either default to 3rd or 5th gear, so if your in failsafe 5th gear this will take off very slow from a stop, but the car should move and gradually pick up speed. Reverse is another story,but im curious to know if this does move foward. Gary

Response From Justin-PA

FYI...I had the car towed to the Buick garage tonight. I will let you know what they found out...I appreciate the help.

Response From gsferraro

Let me know what they find. Gary Thanks

Response From Justin-PA

It has been a long and frustrating week. I took the car back to the dealer where I bought it. For $157 they told me that the fluid was burnt and the transmission was toast. The only option they presented to me was a new GM transmission, installed for $4600. I have since towed it to a better Buick dealership that will install a GM re manufactured transmission, with GM Goodwill assistance my cost is $1300. I priced getting it rebuilt at other tranny shops and the price range was $1800-$2600. I priced some used ones at $1700-$2200 (not installed). I will get the car back in 3-4 days. Thanks everyone for the help!

Response From gsferraro

Hello,
That goodwill assistance sounds like a great deal, i would go with that, also in my opinion i would stay away from the shops that quoted 18-26, not sure what you would be getting for that, i doubt a rebuild, i get in the 4000 range for a rebuilt installed. Gary

Response From Justin-PA

Yep I am going with the GM deal for sure. The car has a 5 yr/100,000 mile powertrain warranty and while I am past 5 years I am still under the 100,000, so that is why the GM goodwill kicks in. The total cost installed was $3660, and GM paid 60%.

Response From gsferraro

Thats a great deal, How did you find out about this program? Gary

Response From Justin-PA

Thats a great deal, How did you find out about this program? Gary

I've had multiple issues with the car in the past 2 1/2 years:

A/C Failure (fixed warranty)
Water Pump (fixed warranty)
Radiator (fixed warranty)
Fuel Injection System (fixed warranty)
Power steering pump (GM covered all but $100, but since then they have extended the power steering pump warranty)
Fuel Level Sending Unit (fixed warranty, after I found out it should have been covered under powertrain)
Ignition Coils/ Spark Plugs (Replaced myself)
Timing Chains (Fixed under GM's extended timing chain warranty, up to 120,000 miles)
Transmission

So...I have been into the service shop a lot. When the timing chains failed, I made a big stink about it and went to GM directly. Their District Service rep said GM would cover 60% under the goodwill policy. Then...I found out about the extended 120,000 mile warranty, which the GM service manager nor the District rep even knew about until I told them. They looked it up and sure enough, I was covered.

Buick Enclave = worst car I've ever owned.


Response From gsferraro

Thanks for the info. Gary

Response From Justin-PA

They say transmission is burnt and has internal damage. My options are:

1) New transmission ($4500 installed)
2) Used Transmission ($TBD, they are checking into it)
3) Rebuild existing transmission (depends what is wrong with it)

The have not opened it up...wanted to know how I want to proceed. I hate this car.

Response From gsferraro

If they rebuild yours can they give you a range? Let me how much they say for a used one and is there a warranty with that? Gary

Response From Tom Greenleaf

"When shut off the fluid level is at the full mark. However while running it is slightly below the MIN mark."


Gary will be back to verify this. Why are you checking it with it shut off? Can't think of how that reading means anything unless no change between OFF and engine ON.


"Slightly Low" IDK, to me that like having a flat tire and saying it's only flat on the bottom so what's the problem


T

Response From Justin-PA

Just being thorough. Wanted to see if there is any difference. I do know that on Saturday I had it to the full mark while running. There are no leaks and now it's about 2mm below the Min mark while running.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Still want Gary's comments but I'd fill it up to stay in normal range, warm engine at least on level surface checking both side of a dipstick as mentioned already.


By rights a tad low or high shouldn't matter but you have a problem so it has to be ruled out,


T

Response From Discretesignals

P0979 is not listed. You sure that is the correct code you received?

Response From Justin-PA

P0979 is not listed. You sure that is the correct code you received?

Oops P0797! It is also throwing a P0700 "Transmission requests MIL Illumination"