How to Clean Buick ABS Sensors?

Answer ABS sensors on a Buick are little electronic heads that tell the braking system when to pulse during hard lock-up braking. When they work, they are a great safety device, but when they are not work... Read More »

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How to Remove Speed Sensors on a 1994 Buick?

The 1994 Buick has an ABS system used to help stop the brakes from locking up in case of an emergency stop. This system works by using speed sensors on each wheel to help determine how fast the whe... Read More »

Where are the oxygen sensors in a 1993 Buick Century?

The oxygen sensors for a 1993 Buick Century are located just in front of and just behind the catalytic converter. The catalytic converter is part of the exhaust system, just behind the engine and i... Read More »

How to Clean ABS Sensors?

If your anti-lock brake (ABS) light is on and you have already ruled out serious mechanical problems, it could be that your ABS sensors are dirty. If enough dirt builds up on the sensors it will tr... Read More »

How to Clean Camshaft Sensors?

The camshaft sensor plays an important role in an engine because it tells the spark plugs when to fire. If it is not working correctly, the car will misfire or not fire at all. If your car is sputt... Read More »