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1992 Buick Park Avenue Consumer Discussions

1992 Buick Park Avenue
Has anyone had an experience with anti lock brake system problems on a 1992 Buick Park Avenue? My warning light came on last week, the brake system did some "grabbing" & it has not come...

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Well then, let's compare a 2002 Park Avenue to a ES330..You could get a fully loaded ES on the street for for the "starting" price of a Park Ave. Fit and Finish aren't even close. I...

Also by 1992, the Park Avenue was beginning to establish itself as the C-body to have. When it bowed for 1991, it received rave reviews...even Car & Driver liked it! It was lauded for having nic...

i own a 1992 park avenue and i want to change the oil by myself. How can i reset the "change oil soon" light after this?...

(which was horrendous in quality) and a '89 Park Avenue which was pretty decent. I started buying Lexus LS400/430's after. (Not a fair comparison, I know)...

I had the same problem with my 1992 Buick Park Avenue. It happened immediately after I changed my fuel filter. The car ran rough, and would hesitate when the accelerator cable was pressed, to the poin...

ago. I've also had a tranny go out on a 1995 Park Avenue with 96,000 miles and a 1992 Riveria under 100,000 miles. These Buicks have a weak transmission. It's the only cars that I've had tranny probl...
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