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1996 Buick Park Avenue Consumer Discussions

Am looking for a source of door trim weather-stripping for the 1991-1996 Buick Park Avenue....

BUICK PARK AVENUE (1991 - 1996)...

What I want is by an owner of 4 MB's (great til break and now outrageously expensive to repair- didn't used to be that way) and now an owner of 6 Buicks, currently a 2000 Park Avenue Ultra with specia...

* 1995-1998/2000-2003 Buick Park Avenue...

I have a 1996 Park Avenue that experiences the same noise from behind the dash on passenger side when the heater blower is on. The noise is variable with engine speed but disappears when the heater bl...

I have a 1996 Park Avenue with DynaRide. It has only 20K miles on it so I can't see how the supspension parts could be worn out. This thing is dangerously soft in the suspension. I understand this ...

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...

Does anyone know the procedure for replacing the belt on a 1996 park avenue?...

I recently purchased a 2007 Lucerne CXL with 3800 series II and am only getting 22 MPG highway. This is very surprising to me as I had two Park Avenues, 1996 and 1999 with that engine and consistentl...

I have a 1996 Buick Park Avenue. The transmission will slip until the car comes to a halt. Only when I shut the engine off and restart, the transmission would re-engage, run for a few miles, and slip...

Can you tell me if the transmission, including the torque converter from a 1996 Park Avenue will fit into a 2000 Lesabre. Both have the 3.8 V-8 Engine?...
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