Engine And Engine Cooling Related Problems of the 1996 Buick Century

Table 1 shows five common engine and engine cooling related problems of the 1996 Buick Century. The number one most common problem is related to the car stall (four problems). The second most common problem is related to the engine failure (one problem).

Table 1. Engine And Engine Cooling related problems of Buick Century

  Recently reported Engine And Engine Cooling problems of the 1996 Buick Century

The Car Stall problem

While driving 30 mph and the vehicle is not warmed up, the vehicle stalls without warning. When proceeding after a stop, vehicle stalls without warning, consumer states that this intermittent, and that the problem is with the fuel jets.   Read details...

The Engine Failure problem

Consumer pullred out of driveway and proceeded down the road, not 100 yards from driveway smoke began coming out of the vents on the passenger side, the driver and passenger exited vehicle then it caught fire, possible engine failure may have caused the accident. Nlm   Read details...

The Emission Control problem

Oxygen sensor failed twice causing the ses light to illuminate. Nlm   Read details...


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