Structure Problems of Buick Century

Buick Century owners have reported 43 structure related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 7 most common structure problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's structure (14 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's body (14 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.

Table 1. Structure related problems of Buick Century

  Recently reported Structure problems of Buick Century

The Structure problem

The cross member holding the engine came loose and dropped the engine to about 6 inches from the ground. Only 1 bolt was found. This was discovered while backing out of the driveway. It will require a floor jack to lift the engine so the bolt can be replaced and then towed to a shop for inspection   Read details...

The Body problem

I had driven my 2003 Buick Century at least halfway into a parking space in a parking lot when it suddenly lurched forward like a bat out of hell, leaping up over a curb on an upward slope, swiping a cement lightpost on the left, crashing into another car across its left front, bumping down over a   Read details...

The Door problem

The consumer noticed water running from the door frame after opening and closing the door. The tire was found cut at the dealer.   Read details...

The Frame And Members problem

The front seat bolts rusted.   Read details...

The Underbody Shield problem

I purchased a new 2002 Buick Century from auto mall, putney, vt on 0/06/01- only have 57,000 miles on the vehicle now. Air conditioner fixed 3 times; still not working; brakes fixed; still squeak before my car could be inspected the line for the back brake lights which were rusted needed to be   Read details...




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