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1999 Buick Park Avenue Consumer Discussions

1999 Buick Park Avenue
I have a 1999 buick park ave. It runs fine and isn't using an enormous amt of gas, but it keeps dying. At first is was when I would come to a stop, but now it's doing it even when driving. The code s…...

recently re-organized park avenue 2000, Buick Park...

I bought a new 1999 park avenue in oct. of 1998, I Have had ENGINE AND CUSTOMER RELATIONS PROBLEMS:...

BUICK PARK AVENUE (1991 - 1996)...

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

A dynamic stability control system (based on Stabilitrak from the Park Avenue or better yet oldsmobiles Percision Control System which can use any or all 4 breaks instead of the front two)...

never had this kind of run-around. I own A 1997 Park Avenue and it has been a great car (wife drives all the time, has 43,000 miles). The way things are now, I may find something else to drive. PARKS...

I have a 1999 Buick Park Avenue and the front ashtray will not stay closed (up). Any ideas on how to fix this? Since I don't use the ashtray, I would prefer not looking at it all the time. Thanks f...

"But as far as I'm concerned, the LeSabre/Park Avenue and Alero/Intrigue interiors are nothing special-just dull and outdated. The Rendezvous is just plain bad."...

warranty replacing all those seals. A 1999 Park Avenue with the same engine and blower didn't have the problem. So I'm a little skeptical about the reliability of the engine....

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...

The only practical solution is to unsolder the bulbs and replace them with the new ones. This applies to all recent LeSabre, Regal, Century and Park Avenue. By recent I mean 1999 and later, and maybe ...
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