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About Buick Roadmaster

Buick Roadmaster is a full-size vehicle manufactured by General Motors' brand Buick from 1936 to 1958, and again from 1991 to 1996. The first Buick Roadmaster was introduced in 1936 as the Series 80 Roadmaster in vehicle types as 4-door sedan and 4-door convertible. In such long life, Buick Roadmaster served as Buick's flagship between 1946 and 1957 and Buick's largest vehicle from 1991 to 1996 model year. Roughly calculating, Buick Roadmaster had been produced through eight generations.
The last generation Buick Roadmaster (1991-1996) was resurrected to the Buick line for the 1991 model year as a 4-door sedan and a 5-door station wagon, which is the replacement of the third generation Buick Estate wagon. Even after 33-year absence, when it reappeared in the market, Buick Roadmaster still received a big sales success. It had three engine options: 5.0 L L03, 5.7 L L05 and 5.7 L LT1 V8 engines, which were attached to a 4-speed 4L60 automatic transmission and a 4-speed 4L60-E automatic transmission. After 1996 model year, both Buick Roadmaster sedan and Roadmaster Estate wagon discontinued production.

Buick Roadmaster Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

No matter how solid Buick Roadmaster is, auto parts in it are still subject to wear and tear and can wear out or break entirely. Once they brake, problems would appear, and some may cause fatal accidents. To avoid anything bad from happening, you can know how to diagnose and solve some common problems on it in advance:
First, suspension went wrong. This problem in Buick Roadmaster shows as a looser and looser steering wheel, which would also cause that you lose ability to steer. Sometimes, when driving, the vehicle may wander on the road, which is extremely dangerous. Under this condition, you need to inspect if your Roadmaster pitman arm is functioning well.
Second, Check Engine Light on dash dim and engine cuts off. According to Buick Roadmaster drivers, the engine would be in rough or misfiring idle, detonation, stall and hard start. Sometimes, engine would also vibrate and cause misaligned timing marker or give out a loud knocking noise. If your Roadmaster's Check Engine Light comes on, you had better to check the EGR filter, EGR valve, EGR valve gasket, fuel rail and crankshaft pulley just in case.
What's more, fan shroud in cooling system also needs your attention. Some electrical auto parts in Roadmaster such as antenna for delivering news, headlight switch and hood cable all requires routine maintenance.
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