Buick Lucerne owners have reported 3 problems related to radio/tape cd player (under the equipment category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Buick Lucerne based on all problems reported for the Lucerne.
The xm radio gps panel can not be dimmed at night this is a serious safety problem and can't believe it cant be fixed.
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2006 Buick Lucerne with a list of concerns /problems*
on the day of purchase the consumer's noticed wind noise from both front doors and scratches on the windshield. The dealer attempted to buff out the scratches but was unsuccessful. Gm approved a windshield replacement. While driving the automatic driver's seat started moving up on it's own. The seat would not stop until it was as far forward as it could go. The cd player/radio refused to eject a cd, but after two days it finally released. The radio was also not working during this time. The consumer made a service appointment. Trunk deck exploded. When the trunk release button was pushed there was a loud noise and the trunk flew open. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The doors were readjusted to stop the wind noise. The technician indicated he couldn't find anything wrong with the seat. They also couldn't find anything wrong with the cd/radio. When the technician pressed the trunk release button on the key fob, the trunk deck exploded. The vehicle was left at the dealer to be serviced. The dealer was unable to determine the cause of the trunk problem.
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The contact owns a 2006 Buick Lucerne. While driving between 20-50 mph, the vehicle pulled to the right. The vehicle was repaired by the dealer five times, which included an alignment, the tires and rims were changed, and a power steering part was replaced. Yet, the failure still occurred. The failure mileage was 25 and current mileage was 24,000. Updated 02-15-08. The dealer stated installed xm sat radio. Updated 02/15/08.