Table 1 shows one common unknown or other related problems of the 2002 Buick Century.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Unknown Or Other problems||
Instrument panel cluster faulty! the digital odometer does not work. The gear shift display (prnd321) does not work either! I have to feel when I switch from park to drive. During vehicle inspections I have to guess my correct milage, because it's blank! I replaced the instrument panel cluster on February 28, 2010. In October 2011 the explained problems reoccurred!.
I have a 2002 Buick Century and have been told that the intake manifold gasket has to be replaced since gm did not issue a recall of which they should have. I am afraid I will break down in the car with no help. I am a widow who is currently unemployed and can not afford to fix the car. I have paid the car in full and just want them to fix what they screwed up. I was not even aware there was a problem until my low coolant light started coming on and I noticed there is a leak. ,.
2002 Buick Century, while driving approximately 60 mph the abs braking system light illumindated and the track off light illuminated. The contact staed once the vehicle was turned off and turned back on the light did not illuminate instantly but came back on after driving a few miles.
The odometer on my recently purchased 2002 Buick Century (from a Buick dealer with 22,000 miles and still under warranty) appears to be off by approximately 4%. On a recent trip of 450 miles (a trip taken and measured many times in the past), my ending trip mileage registered as 467 miles (an overage of 17 miles). On the return trip, I used numerous interstate mileage markers to compare distances. For each 100 miles traveled, the odometer registers it as 104 miles. To me, this is an issue of the speedometer not being correct, plus more miles are registering than are actually being placed on the vehicle. This affects service recommendations and the resale value of the vehicle. The dealer offered absolutely no help. Other than saying the mileage markers must be off - they suggested I use different size tires. (to my knowledge these are the original tires on the vehicle). Is there no way to recalibrate the speedometer?.