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How do i test 1998 buick lesabre blower motor with a hot wire
Unplug the blower motor connector then jumper 12vdc to the spade sticking out of the motor it should run if not replace it. If the motor you get comes without a fan don't loose the spacer under the fan they are special. I hope this helps, Take care. If you have further questions or just want to say Hi! Use testimonial. Thanks
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1998 Buick LeSabre, the remote receiver appear to
1. Insert key in ignition and leave in the OFF position
2. Locate the Data Link Port. It is located under dash drivers side. Be sure you know which pins are 8 and 4. (Note port is wider at top) Your OBDII port will not
3. Make sure there are metal contact pins in terminals 8 and 4. Connect 8 to 4 with a
suitable jumper wire (leave the jumper wire connected throughout the programming
procedure). Make sure you know which terminals are 8 and 4. The vehicle will respond
by locking and unlocking the doors to signify entering of programming mode.
4. Close doors.
5. Turn ignition to the ON position (as far as you can go without cranking the engine).
Doors will lock.
6. Press and hold both the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons together on the first transmitter to
beprogrammed. After about 15 seconds, the vehicle will respond by locking and
unlocking the doors. Release the buttons on the transmitter.7. Within one minute, repeat the previous step on the remaining transmitters to be
8. Remove jumper wire applied to the OBDII Port.
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1998 buick lesabre 3.8. Replaced starter. jumped
voltage is a bit low. have you tried rotating the engine by hand with a socket on the crank., just to see if the engine is free to move. if the starter engages but not turn, it could be the voltage as they can be regulated this would stop it from flattening the battery via the solenoid, its usually around the 11 volts mark on some types. as low volts will damage the battery. or the battery amperage is not good.
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