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ACDelco
2005 Buick Rainier Radiator Cap ACDelco

P311-33D4733    W0133-1690827  New

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ACDelco Radiator Cap
  • 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.
  • Genuine GM
Brand: ACDelco
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2005 - Buick Rainier
ACDelco
2006 Buick Rainier Drive Axle Shaft Seal ACDelco

P311-3B69640    W0133-1779266  New

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ACDelco Drive Axle Shaft Seal
  • 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.
  • Genuine GM
Brand: ACDelco
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2006 - Buick Rainier
K&N
2007 Buick Rainier Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.3L K&N - Performance Gold Oil Filter

P311-0A331D0    HP-1017  New

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K&N Engine Oil Filter
  • Oil Filter
  • H-3.75 in.; OD-3 in.; M22x1.5 Thread; psi Relief Valve 11-17 Premium Oil Filter w/Wrench Off Nut
  • OIL FILTER; AUTOMOTIVE
  • Performance Gold Oil Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
    • Bypass Valve: Yes
    • Filter Material: High Flow Premium Media
    • Gasket Material: Viton Rubber
    • Item Height: 3.750 In. (95mm)
    • Item Weight: 0.800 Lbs. (0.4 Kg)
    • Outside Diameter: 3.000 In. (76mm)
    • Package Material: Paperboard
    • Package Type: Box
    • Product Box Height: 4.060 In. (103mm)
    • Product Box Length: 3.160 In. (80mm)
    • Product Box Width: 3.160 In. (80 Mm)
    • PSI Relief Valve: 11-17
    • Removal Nut: Yes
    • Removal Nut Size: 1.000 In.
    • Style: Canister
    • Thread Size: M22 X 1.500 In.
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: No
  • K&N premium oil filters are meticulously engineered to offer outstanding filtration and engine protection. Designed to operate with all synthetic, conventional, and blended motor oils, K&N's pleated synthetic-blend filtration media helps to shield your engine from contaminants and ensure a consistent flow of oil. The heavy-duty canister is engineered to be exceptionally durable, and a one-inch welded hex nut can be used for quick and easy filter removal. Each filter is specifically designed to withstand the service intervals recommended by vehicle manufacturers, and is protected by the K&N 1-Year Limited Warranty.
Brand: K&N
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Buick Rainier V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
ACDelco
2006 Buick Rainier Spark Plug 6 Cyl 4.2L ACDelco

P311-3DEEC05    W0133-3740729  New

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ACDelco Spark Plug
  • Gold Copper Core
  • Do not gap; Gap is pre-set
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Buick Rainier L 6 Cyl 4.2L 256 -
ACDelco
2004 Buick Rainier Automatic Transmission Shifter Cable ACDelco

P311-3E86819    W0133-2044309  New

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ACDelco Automatic Transmission Shifter Cable
  • 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.
  • Genuine GM
Brand: ACDelco
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2004 - Buick Rainier
ACDelco
2007 Buick Rainier Spark Plug 8 Cyl 5.3L ACDelco - 1

P311-3E618BB    W0133-3532174  New

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ACDelco Spark Plug
  • Gold Iridium
  • 1
Brand: ACDelco
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2007 - Buick Rainier V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
ACDelco
2006 Buick Rainier Spark Plug 8 Cyl 5.3L ACDelco - 1

P311-3E618BB    W0133-3532174  New

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ACDelco Spark Plug
  • Gold Iridium
  • with Iridium Design
  • 1
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Buick Rainier V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
ACDelco
2005 Buick Rainier Transmission Filter Kit ACDelco - with Gasket

P311-0A2E175    W0133-1779322  New

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ACDelco Transmission Filter Kit
  • Gold
  • with Gasket
Brand: ACDelco
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2005 - Buick Rainier
ACDelco
2007 Buick Rainier Transmission Filter 8 Cyl 5.3L ACDelco - with Gasket

P311-0A2E175    W0133-1779322  New

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ACDelco Transmission Filter
  • Gold
  • Deep Pan Transmission, Incl.Gasket & Seal
  • with Gasket
Brand: ACDelco
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2007 - Buick Rainier V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
ACDelco
2007 Buick Rainier Transmission Filter 6 Cyl 4.2L ACDelco - with Gasket

P311-0A2E175    W0133-1779322  New

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ACDelco Transmission Filter
  • Gold
  • Incl.Gasket & Seal
  • with Gasket
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Buick Rainier L 6 Cyl 4.2L 256 -

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06 Buick Rainier - No power to Blower Resistor

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Question From chakan617 on 06 Buick Rainier - No power to Blower Resistor

Trying to restore power to a blower resistor in my 2006 buick rainier (V6). I was replacing the Blower Resistor which had gone bad, the part upgraded from a 3 prong/ 2 prong assemble to a 5 prong assemble, So I had to splice some cables, and stupidly hadn't disconnected the battery. When I went to grab a tool the black and red wires that normally feed into the resistor touched / sparked (note the purple wire did not touch). Now I'm not getting any power to that wire. I checked the fuses in the interior labeled Hvac (3 of them, 1 30 and 2 10) and they all looked good, and I flipped the relays around under the hood to no effect.
Any Ideas?

Response From Discretesignals

Under hood fuse block. Fuse #35 BLWR 40 amp.

Response From chakan617

That was it! You rock, thanks.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Your welcome. Thanks for the follow up. Closed as solved. Can be reopened by request from OP.

transmission rattle

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Question From saint056 on transmission rattle

I have a 2004 Buick Rainier that has a rattle from the torque converter area and the vehicle loses foward momentum after a few minutes. If I turn off the engine and let it sit for a minute then start it up and it will drive fine for a few minutes then rattle and lose power. Is this a torque converter issue or something much worse?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

saint; Probably should try to get this up on a lift to determine where the rattle is coming from. Could be a catalytic converter that has broken up and plugging off the exhaust. Torque converters very seldom make noise. Flex-plates can crack and make noise and vibration, but won't affect 'power'.

Response From saint056

Already done that. the rattle is comming from the torque converter area. When I called the dealer about pricing one, he said they never have problems with the converters. Not to mention the car would not loose power from the tranny is something was loose on ther car.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

saint; When you say "loose forward momentum", please be more specific. Does the engine speed up, but the vehicle doesn't? Can you 'floor' it and not accelerate? Any vibration noticed with the engine idling?

Response From saint056

Sorry I wasn't describing it well enough. It acts like a car with a manual transmission does when the clutch goes out. It revs to high RPMs when the throttle is depressed, but goes nowhere. I looked up the M30 transmission and it says that it has a torque clutch converter. I have never heard the term before. Anyway, the sound is definately comming from the very front where the torque converter is and is sounds like there is something lose in there. But it only happens after the car has been running for a few minutes. Any suggestions? And by the way, I think getting it out is going to be crazy hard, as there is almost no room to get to the top bolts of the tranny. And there is no vibration. Thanks for any help.

Thomas

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Thomas; This doesn't sound good. Sounds like you have nailed it right on the head. Really rare for this to happen, as far as I know. Maybe, one of the guys in forum more familiar with automatics can help? Good luck to you.

Response From Hammer Time

We have a new tech that's pretty good with transmissions. He may see it quicker if you move it to the trans category Loren.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Duh! Why didn't I think of that! Done.

Response From saint056

OK. This is what I found out. The tranny has gunk and build-up sediment in the pan. About 1/8 inch silver shaving build-up on the magnet. So I'm now inclined to thing the converter was starving for fluid due to a clogged filter or something in the tranny itself. Could this be causing the rattle? Now, with this happening, should I just clean it all out and replace with new fluid, or just get it rebuilt. I think it is too complicated for me to do myself. I only know how to rebuild engines, and the basics at that. Not too much to an engine, but a tranny.... whoa! And if a rebuild is in order, what is a fair cost for a rebuild if I brought it into a shop? What do you guys say? Thanks for all the help thus far!

Response From superbob

I worked at buick gmc last 8 years and have repaired many of these transmissions! 4.2 engine then the trans is easy to take out. 5.3 v-8 AWD model and you will hate the front exhaust pipe. The job goes from easy to crazy with the v-8 motor. The filter gets clogged and then won't move. Probably gear failure, but bottom line is the tans must come out. Factory reman is best if you can afford it. Anyone can install it and Obama will warranty it at any gm dealer that is honest or still in business. Good luck
Bob

Response From saint056

Thanks Bob. I actually found one in a junk yard for 350.00 with about 32,000 miles on it and it took 2 days do do it on my back. If I would have just removed the transfer case FIRST, I could have easily done it in a day, but removing all the cross members, exhaust, and getting to the top 2 bolts (with the transfer case on - I'm such a dumb-ass!) on the tranny, it was a pain! But your correct, the filter was clogged, starving the torque converter, thus creating the issue. But, there was about 3/16 build-up of silver powder shavings on the magnet in the pan and nasty fluid to boot. The new tranny was the way to go here for such a cheap cost! Thanks for the input. Now if you could just tell me how to fix the speedometer... Thats an expensive one to buy!

I also have a rear end question in the car engines and noises section regarding my rear end differential whining I am currently looking at fixing if you have any input.

Thanks again - Thomas

Response From superbob

good deal! Speedometer work before you did the trans? Rear diff making a constant noise or just on and off the gas? If constant you may just need a bearing. Pull the rear cover and you will see the metal. Not to hard to replace a bearing or two
Bob

Response From saint056

Speedometer did not work before. The rear end is well explained in the Car and engine noises section. It whines up as it accelerates and down as it decelerates.

Response From saint056

thanks though

transmission rattle

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Question From saint056 on transmission rattle

I have a 2004 Buick rainier that has a rattle from the torque converter area and the vehicle looses foward momentum after a few minutes. If I turn off the engine and let it sit for a minute restart it and it will drive fine for a few minutes then rattle and loose power. Is this a torque converter issue or something much worse?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

saint; Probably should try to get this up on a lift to determine where the rattle is coming from. Torque converters seldom will make a noise. Catalytic converters can break up, causing a rattle, and a severe loss of power.