1997 Buick Lesabre Repair Question
1997 Buick LeSabre, 150,000, 3800 Series II, V-6
it really does sound like the shop may have caused both problems , although it is impossible for me to know for sure because im not there , etsting is very easy on the gage , the shop should atlest do that for free and if they find a bad sender or improper install they should eat it , as far as the intake gaskets , im wonderuing if a vacuum line was left off , either way i would run it right back there , especially since the problems were not there before the repairs , im a stickler with doing things right , but once in a while we all make mistakes and should do what it takes to make it right , sorry if im rambling
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Oh c'mon Jim, you never ramble. Maybe coincidince, sticky IAC motor? Tank sounds like their baby, got the float resting on a baffle?
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I tried to find the price of an IAC, but could not. Does anyone know what I might expect to pay to have this motor replaced/cleaned or adjusted? Also, is the float of the gas tank in the tank or connected to the fuel sender?
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