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1996 Buick Roadmaster PCV Valve Grommet Dorman

P311-2168305    W0133-1684702  New

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$19.62
Dorman PCV Valve Grommet
Brand: Dorman
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1996 - Buick Roadmaster
Vemo
1993 Buick Roadmaster Ignition Coil Vemo

P311-4BF2198    W0133-1682222  New

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$46.75
Vemo Ignition Coil
Brand: Vemo
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1993 - Buick Roadmaster
Delphi
1993 Buick Roadmaster Distributor Cap Delphi - Original Equipment

P311-37A7836    W0133-1929948  New

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$42.39
Delphi Distributor 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.
  • Original Equipment
Brand: Delphi
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1993 - Buick Roadmaster
SKF
1996 Buick Roadmaster Wheel Seal SKF

P311-4272297    W0133-1846211  New

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$13.90
SKF Wheel 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.
Brand: SKF
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1996 - Buick Roadmaster
ACDelco
1996 Buick Roadmaster Wheel Bearing ACDelco

P311-3605594    W0133-1682952  New

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$46.35
ACDelco Wheel Bearing
  • 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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1996 - Buick Roadmaster
ACDelco
1991 Buick Roadmaster Distributor Pole Piece Assembly ACDelco

P311-0532224    W0133-1865000  New

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$37.83
ACDelco Distributor Pole Piece Assembly
  • 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
  • (GM Calls this Part Pole Piece or Distributor Generator Signal)
Brand: ACDelco
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1991 - Buick Roadmaster
ACDelco
1996 Buick Roadmaster Fuel Injector ACDelco

P311-0756F96    W0133-1972531  New

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$200.35
ACDelco Fuel Injector
  • 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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1996 - Buick Roadmaster
Metrix
1996 Buick Roadmaster Radiator Metrix - Plastic Tank

P311-29527B3    W0133-1684686  New

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$179.43
Metrix Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • with Engine Oil Cooler (RPO KC4)
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Metrix
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1996 - Buick Roadmaster
ACDelco
1993 Buick Roadmaster Fuel Injector ACDelco

P311-1040DAF    W0133-1835416  New

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$262.33
ACDelco Fuel Injector
  • Professional
Brand: ACDelco
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1993 - Buick Roadmaster
ACDelco
1993 Buick Roadmaster Radiator Cap ACDelco

P311-317EAAC    W0133-1681872  New

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$22.11
ACDelco Radiator Cap
  • Professional
Brand: ACDelco
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Latest Buick Roadmaster Repair Guides & Installation Advice

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92 buick roadmaster 5.7 a/c problem92 buick roadmaster a/c works great until something kicks the compressor off, then if you disconnect the battery terminal or unplug the fuse it does a countdown and works fine again until it happens again. please help !!

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Question From longryder on 92 buick roadmaster 5.7 a/c problem92 buick roadmaster a/c works great until something kicks the compressor off, then if you disconnect the battery terminal or unplug the fuse it does a countdown and works fine again until it happens again. please help !!

92 buick roadmaster a/c works great until something kicks the compressor off, then if you disconnect the battery terminal or unplug the fuse it does a countdown and works fine again until it happens again. please help !!!

Response From KeystoneAutoElectrical

Hi longryder,
I think the electronic climate control in that car measures how many times the clutch cycles in a given period, if it cycles too much it cuts out and won't restart unless you disconnect the battery. I would like to know the ambient temps in your area when this happens. And also if you get a small accurate thermometer and install it in your center vent that may shed some light on the problem.




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Response From Hammer Time

Your just fighting the automatic system. The system is shutting down for a reason and by continuing to over ride it, you are probably doing damage to the system. The first thing you need to do is have a set of gauges put on it to determine what is going on in the system. It could be very low of refrigerant, which would mean it has a leak to find.

Response From longryder Top Rated Answer

thanks for the reply hammertime it was checked with gauges when the freon and oil was put in the unit and blows real cold and works good. last time it worked for 4 weeks before it kicked off again. the first time it happend i put another compressor on thinking the other 1 had gone bad and had it refilled with freon and oil with the guages. it shows good by guages. this a/c unit works with the computer on the car i was wondereing if there might be a relay or something gone bad.

Response From Hammer Time

Sure it can be, among dozens of other possibilities also.

Response From longryder

i wonder what is the best and cheapest way to run the problem down ???

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What refrigerant is in this system now? Why are you adding oil and how much of what type?

My bet is you've added a sealer, oil, and gas kit all in one which if it doesn't work pretty much destroys the whole system!

T

Response From longryder

thanks for your reply tom, i only added freon and oil when i thought the compressor had quit and put another 1 on it. after i recharged the system after the compressor change it would blow cold and everything would work fine until about 4 weeks later the compressor quit again until i pulled the fuse and put it back in then the climate control did a countdown and it all worked again.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Here's a great link to read:

http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/Heating_or_AC_Issues_F8/REFRIGERANT_CHARGING_PROCEDURE_IN_AUTOMOTIVE_A/C_SYSTEMS_P45460/

Here's the scoop as I see it.

1. Freon hasn't been made new since 1993. Freon is Dupont's brand name for R-12 which this car was made with new.

2. Original charge for the car (charts can be wrong) was 50 ounces of R-12 and 8 ounces of mineral A/C oil.

3. Most cars of that age have already had issues and most would have been converted to R-134a. You have to tell me/us what refrigerant is being used now and what type of oil as they are not compatible. You may still have R-12 leftover or may have the cert to buy it now all just recovered product but available with the cert only now.

* If there are unknowns along the way you really need to start from scratch with entire system empty and to get oil out would need flushing, then add proper oil throughout system for the refrigerant used. Now if the system was retrofitted to 134a you need to know what else might have been changed. If a new condenser is in the history many reduced system capacity and came with a decal to put under the hood saying just what. When a car gets converted to 134a you start with known weight of ~70% of what it would have been for R-12. Some will peak out performance at 80%.

Either way you need to know for perfecting it. You can get real close by observing pressures - both high and low sides.

What's is in there now? You really can't just add refrigerant without knowing several observations or if overcharged it will quit or lock up on you. The refrigerant carries the oil to lube the compressor. Mineral only won't move with 134a! Compressor would burn out in no time. You may have gotten lucky with one time of over the counter 134a and said it lasted 4 weeks so. Fine, now it either leaked out or is messed up in other ways depending on what's in there now.

Systems are designed to shut down on purpose when pressures aren't within spec vs the temps as this car probably uses a thermistor for cycling clutch or shutting it down either because it's too cold or when pressure noted low enough stays in shutdown mode till reset after fixing the problems,

T

PS: Did you put a new compressor in this? If system was even opened up you must start from a well held full vacuum or it won't last or work for beans....

Response From Hammer Time

The best and cheapest way will be to give it to a professional to troubleshoot. You have an Auto temp control system that could have an electrical overload at any point, a restriction in the system or a faulty electronic component. Unless you have the proper equipment and diagnostic info, your not going to get very far.

No heat - 94 Buick Roadmaster

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Question From mhalliar on No heat - 94 Buick Roadmaster

Alright fellas, I'm stumped. I have a 1994 Buick Roadmaster Wagon (5.7L V8 w/180K) This has been a long and very cold journey.... last year I replaced the heater core and blend door. This year, the car sat for a couple weeks while I replaced the brake lines, exhaust and a couple other odds & ends. In that time, I had someone take up residence in the blower motor and didn't find out 'til I turned the heat on this fall and it made an awful noise. I dropped the blower out of the dash and found out that someone had built a nest






little jerk...

I've since cleaned out the blower motor, replaced the resistor because I broke one of the prongs off. Double checked the coolant level, I've got two hot hoses going to and from the core, the blend door is working freely and the blower motor works better than now. I hear the AC compressor kick on and the accumulator is frosty cold..... So I'm truly stumped.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

If you have 2 hot heater hoses and cold air flowing, then you still have a blend door problem.

Response From mhalliar

The blend door actuator was missing a screw and wasn't completely attached. I moved the blend door with my hand but seemed a bit sticky but now moves freely. Reattached and tightened it down and I now have heat! Thanks for all your help!

Response From Hammer Time

You're welcome.

Closing this now as solved to keep the spammers out.

1992 Buick Roadmaster Fuse Panel

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Question From jawsscrubdog on 1992 Buick Roadmaster Fuse Panel

1992 Buick Roadmaster

I have been told there is a fuse panel in the back seat, if this is true how do I take out the back seat to get to the fuse panel ?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I don't think so! What is wrong that you even want to look?

T

BUICK ROADMASTER

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Question From SHERRYBERRY on BUICK ROADMASTER

IM HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY 92 BUICK ROADMASTER. WHEN YOU GO UP A HILL AND IT SHIFTS DOWN IT MAKES A SOUND LIKE YOUR RUNNING OVER RUMBLE STRUIPS ON HIGHWAY. IT ONLY DOES IT GOING UP HILL.WHAT MAYBE CAUSING THIS.

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

what speed and is this the wgn, ? what gear is in check engine mounts fan hiting and belt alaign. wre is tach reading went dow 2 speeds not 1 ? check radiator bolts not held in buy mutch.