Buick Park Avenue owners manuals
- Mode/Temperature Door Actuators May Break
- Engine Stalling caused by Mass Air Flow/Crankshaft Position Sensor Malfunction
- The Vehicle Won't Start due to the Anti-Theft System that uses Raised-Chip Key
- Transmission Pressure Control Solenoid Failure May Produce Random Shifting
- Multiple Electrical Problems
- Windshield Blurry in Twilight
- Vibration At Freeway Speeds
The Buick Park Avenue is a full-size sedan produced by Buick. The nameplate was initially adopted in 1975 for an exterior package on the Electra 225 Limited. It converted to an Electra trim level in 1978 and its model beginning in the 1991 model year after the Electra was abandoned.
There were two generations of Park Avenue that were made in the US until 2005. In 2007, the nameplate was resurrected on a big Buick sedan developed by Shanghai GM for the Chinese market based on the Holden Caprice. The nameplate steems from the wealthy New York City street, Park Avenue.
The Park Avenue was available with two options of the 3.8-liter V6 engine. The standard came with the naturally aspirated variant producing 205 horsepower and a boosted model delivering 240 hp. Both varieties send power through their front wheels and are paired to a four-speed automatic.
Buick Park Avenue known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Buick Park Avenue are: