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changing spark plugs?

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Question From heinz57 on changing spark plugs?

Have 2000 buick lasabre 3.8 need advice on how to reach rear bank of plugs - other sites say loosen top motor mounts and rotate engine - can't find these mounts on this engine any suggestions - maybe these mounts are somewhere but cannot see them

Response From Hammer Time

The mounts they refer to would be a "dog bone" looking mount right on top in the front. Yours may not be set up that way. There really isn't any trick to it. You just have to reach back there. It may seem hard but believe me, it's not the hardest to do by far. A swivel plug socket may be helpful with a 6" extension. Make sure the engine is cool.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

>>It may seem hard but believe me, it's the the hardest to do by far<< What, to believe you?
How about the Chrysler minivans? They ain't no piece of cake to do, either. LOL.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That was a typo
I meant it was NOT the hardest by any means..........duh

I gotta proofread this stuff better

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Welcome to MY world. LOL

Response From Tom Greenleaf


I like what's called "wobble head" extentions. Get just 1 inch ones and use your other extentions. They allow just 15 degrees of motion as marginally shown above.

Two 1'' ones give you double. I prefer using these (Sears) as to the total U-Jointed sockets - you decide.

Back plugs are a pill. If you tilt engine - leave trans in N and block wheels!

T

No Spark 1990 buick regal

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Question From wwagen01 on No Spark 1990 buick regal

I have a 1990 buick regal limited 3.1L V6. 194,000 miles
i just replaced my starter and head gaskets, i had to dissassemble the engine to do so and when i put it back together it no longer gets a spark from my plugs. i pulled the spark plug out and tested it to verify there is no spark.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Does it have injector pulse?

Response From wwagen01

i hear the injectors engaging when i turn the key on, but im not sure if they are pulsing correctly because i dont know how to test them, this is my first car and i dont have any prior experience.

Response From Hammer Time

You need to use a noid light to test for pulse and a 12v test light to test for power supply.


1998 Buick regal 3800,170,000miles cannot remove head

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Question From barney40 on 1998 Buick regal 3800,170,000miles cannot remove head

I have a 1998 Buick,was getting water in the spark plugs.Thought cracked head,or bad gasket.Removed all visible bolts,head is loose but cannot remove.Somthing on the top righthand side is holding it.

Response From Todd Norton

if you are talking about the lower intake manifold (some old school mechanics call it a "centre head")you need to look down the intake runner and there is a hidden bolt , usually has an arrow pointing to it , if not , posting a picture would certainly help also sometimes there is a flush mounted torx bolt holding an accessory bracket in place hope this helps you Todd

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Barney; Can you take a couple of pics and post them?

2002 buick rendezvous motor shuddering problem.

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Question From tayzen on 2002 buick rendezvous motor shuddering problem.

2002 buick rendezvous
v6
5000 kms on rebuilt motor.

just today buick had a shudder in the motor when rpm went over 2500. feels like motor starving for fuel. If u slowwly accelerate doesnt seem to happen. if in park and iddle motor up to 2500 starts to shudder.
let sit for 5 minutes and tried again now it doesn't do it. anyone have an idea. the other thing i'm thinking is could it be a spark plug wire touching the rear exaust maniffold and melted through.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

tayzen; This vehicle has misfire detection. You should have a check engine or service engine soon lamp illuminated? If so, have the code(s) retrieved and post them, here. Most larger parts stores will do this for free.

Response From tayzen

there was no engine light on.doesnt seem to be doing it anymore. I'll have to wait till it does it again and take it to the garage and have it computer diagnosed. In mean time going to change fuel filter. pull and inspect throttle positioning center to start. thanks for the advice. If there is something else i could check without a computer id be greatfull for the help. tks.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Well, are any wires touching the manifold?

Response From tayzen

sorry havent looked yet going to look tonight just wandering if it could have been a cause.

Response From Hammer Time

That or 100 other possibilities........

1990 Buick Lesabre "coughing"

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Question From Tridox76 on 1990 Buick Lesabre "coughing"

So I have a 1990 Buick Lesabre with 298,000 miles on the car with 180,000 ish on the engine and tranny. I've had this issue for awhile now, but on occasion as I drive down the road my car will jerk and have a coughing fit. Kinda like I just started running over a bunch of pot holes all at once. Sometimes it happens, sometimes it doesn't. The fuel pump and filter were replaced 7,000 miles ago, I replaced spark plugs (but not wires) two weeks ago, and I checked the coil by attaching a spark plug to the wire and grounding it out and each coil pack sparked just fine.

I have no idea what it is. It only happens every once in awhile, and I don't want to take it to a mechanic and pay $75 for them to say nothing happened. I mean I drive a car the same age as me with 300,000 miles on it. Money bags I am not :) any help?

Response From Hammer Time

It does no good at all to test the coil for spark when the problem isn't present at that moment.

I would replace the wires. They deteriorate fast than the plugs in these cars.

Response From Tridox76

Is it possible to test the wires with a multimeter before replacing them? If so how would I do it?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Not really, just replace the wires.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Gotta agree totally on that. The wires take a lot of abuse just doing the plugs without some real fancy boot pullers so if older at all might still test ok but just too inaccurate IMO.


I/we hear you about costs and money - try skipping something that causes you an accident and see what costly is. You've got plenty of time and miles to spend a few bucks to check the whole thing out for what else is lurking and is it worth it much more at all,


T

Response From Tridox76

So I'll pick up some wires today and replace those. Is there anything else it could be? If that doesn't fix it what else might be going on?

Response From Hammer Time

We don't answer "What if's". We believe the wires are the major issue so resolve that before looking for anything else.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sport - reading both you threads - Said I (we) understand money issues. IDK the price but wires are a weak link for the symptoms.


Think of high voltage wiring items like even a garden hose under very high water pressure. Drive over them, kink them a few times you've really rolled the dice on causing a leak. The sprinkler at the end is your spark plug and wont put out water if it's easier to leak out before it gets there - follow me?


This car owes you nothing but also know when to quit as well,


T

Response From Tridox76

Thanks Tom, that's helpful. I'll replace those wires and see if it fixes the problem, I really hope it does.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Treat even the new ones carefully. They are not friendly to being yanked on, bent, rubbing even pulling boots back on new ones be careful. Feel them click at each end and route them where they belong out of harm's way.


OK - while beating on it you could OHM test them and show correct but still leak out unseen and cause misfire. So could a lot of things they are just higher on the list,


T